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Tag Archives: Italian Greyhound
Bella (8) is a lady, dainty and delicate of mannerism, and of course always fashionably dressed!
Not really sure what this guy is, but he sure was fast! Edit: As pointed out below, in a comment, by one of my extremely knowledgable readers, this guy is highly unlikely to be half Italian greyhound or whippet. You … Continue reading
Well, the computer is still on vacation but the show must go on. So today I grabbed a few pictures of this little guy on my camera. No caption or hover-text support, though, so I’ll just give you a quick … Continue reading
Look, we’ve got a new logo! And it’s only taken maybe three to four hours for me to learn enough CSS to figure out how to add the damn thing. Grr. Anyway, many thanks to the lovely and multi-talented Ms. Patricia … Continue reading
This poor little pup got hit by a car. Her dad was conflicted: he didn’t want to let her run around too much and maybe cause her legs to heal crooked or poorly, but if you don’t let an Italian … Continue reading
Wow. This gal is just about as mongrel as they come. (We didn’t guess at her ancestry: his guardian told me they had had her genetically tested, and ‘German shepherd/Italian greyhound/shar-pei/Yorkshire terrier’ was the result. Half German Shepherd, and various … Continue reading
These two are the stars of their very own web site: http://www.imnotawhippet.com/ And, as you might have guessed from the title, they aren’t whippets. It was the first thing I came out with, too, and in punishment for my mistake … Continue reading
Okay, first off, it looks like Dogs of San Francisco will be offline for a few days, probably starting Friday afternoon/evening. Please don’t panic. (If losing DoSF for a few days would make you panic, you may want to see … Continue reading
I ran into this guy in a park the other day: Sparticus Minimus, aka ‘Spartie’. He struck me as a great dog: a mix of two typically nervous and barky breeds (Chihuahua and Italian greyhound), he was gregarious and playful, … Continue reading