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Tag Archives: Australian Cattle Dog
I really wish more of my pictures of Baxter had come out, but when you’re taking them in the BART tunnel under the bay, you don’t have a lot of light to work with. One of the pictures I really wish … Continue reading
May be a full ACD, may be a mix. Definitely a rescue, and definitely very happy, and personable. And naughty: Sencha likes to herd things. And the thing Sencha likes to herd the most is ‘people riding bicycles’.
Reggie is a Peruvian hairless dog mix (my guess is Australian cattle dog), and Rue is a Chinese crested. They’re best friends, and were out to take the Sonoma-Marin Fair by storm. They may not have won the contest, but … Continue reading
Ruby’s six months. And she’s a lucky pup: her mom works at Zynga. Why does that make her a lucky pup? Well… without taking any position on the company itself, it’s a ‘dog-friendly workplace’. So Ruby gets to go to … Continue reading
Double Dog Day: Moose the Miniature Australian Shepherd and Yuki the Corgi/Australian Cattle Dog Mix
I’m not sure if I should believe my notes or my eyes. My notes say that Yuki is an Australian shepherd/corgi mix, but those eyes! (Not to mention the ears and the coloration.) He totally looks like an ACD to … Continue reading
If you remember anything about ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’, you can probably guess why Boo was named the way he was. (I couldn’t, I read it when I was twelve.) He may well be the second dog I’ve posted who … Continue reading
I’ve been running into Foxy since the middle of 2010, over in Huntington Park, on Nob Hill. I’ve only taken pictures once, when she was playing with a golden retriever (this was back in my iPhone days, and they didn’t come … Continue reading
Poor Fergi. Someone was pretty mean to her at some time in the past, and she’s still scared of everybody. Dogs like that make me want to hug them and tell them that everything’s going to be all right, but … Continue reading
The latter is just a (very) humble guess by moi; the former is, well, less humble and less of a guess.
Compare and contrast, children.