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Tag Archives: Jack Russell Terrier
Ran into these two outside the Bell Tower, a common spot for dog sightings. Their owner had an interesting story about Finn (11 months), who is a recent rescue and rather skittish still: it seems he was rescued ‘by ultimatum’. … Continue reading
First, I want to give a quick apology to Kaci, a husky/samoyed mix I ran into in September. I really wanted to post her, because she’s gorgeously floofy, and I ran into her in a lovely courtyard on the grounds … Continue reading
Madison! Madison was four months old in these pictures, and she was an amazing bundle of energy and inquisitiveness. Alas, almost all my pictures ended up completely blown out (her white fur just looks like a blank hole in the … Continue reading
Oberon (Obee to his friends, which I’m not one of… quite yet) was totally adorable in his cone of shame the first time I saw him, and his mom didn’t want me taking pictures of him in such an embarrassing … Continue reading
I took pictures of Max on July 4th of 2013, so I thought I’d put them up today. He is very definitely an independent soul. Happy big-boom day. Hope your dogs had a good place to hide from all the … Continue reading
What a cutie! Those ears are so utterly perfect.
I was on a sailboat today (part of a ‘Engineering Week’ trip). I was only on there for three and a half hours or so, from 1 to 4:30, and it’s now been four hours since I was on it… … Continue reading
Duchess is one of Autumn’s Pup Scouts dog walking customers, and since Autumn was out of commission today (possible flu, definitely something nasty) she asked me to walk her. So I took her up to Huntingdon Park, where she happily gamboled … Continue reading
I ran into this pup on the way home from work. His dad had just gotten to San Francisco after traveling for quite a while with his pup, and was starting a new job soon. A few days later, he … Continue reading
The Wags and Wine party a week ago was to benefit The Paw Fund: ‘Nurturing the bond between people and their animal companions.’ They do free and low-cost spay and neuter clinics, free pet vaccinations, reduced cost medical care, and … Continue reading