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We interrupt this blog to bring you the following important news bulletin: Tidus (whom we have featured here, here, here, and here) is currently recovering from surgery following a ruptured disc. From what I understand, the prognosis is cautiously positive, … Continue reading
Autumn and I were walking by the Groom Room, a local dog grooming place, not long ago. We happened to glance in, and were rather surprised to see one of the residents.
Beagle! I would never have guessed. But I gather she acts a lot like a beagle. Which I observed to be true, as long as ‘acts like a beagle’ includes ‘distributes smiles and smooches liberally’.
I believe I have related the saga of Laundrydog, the store dog of a local laundromat, on this blog before. What I have not mentioned before is that Laundrydog, aka Zachary, passed away earlier this year, at age 12. We heard … Continue reading
When I took these pictures, Lucci was 8 months old… but that was a couple years ago, so she’s all growed up now.
We met Molly while she was out for a walk… or, actually, while she’d sat down and was refusing to walk. Her dad said that she was (relatively recently) pregnant, and wasn’t sure quite what was going on. Well, congratulations, … Continue reading
Autumn and I saw this kitten in the window of the Groom Room on our way by.
We interrupt this Corgi Week to bring you the following adorability: The Groom Room (who I have featured a few times before here) has recently gotten a new regular: a cat who just hangs out with all the doggies in … Continue reading
So, I just recently posted my second Eurasier. It was less than a week later that I happened to be wandering by The Groom Room (grooming place right near my apartment) and squealed like an 11-year-old girl. And then I … Continue reading
I am devastated. I took a bunch of pictures of the most adorable little toy Australian shepherd, Sadie. And every single one of them turned out blurry. Every single one! But I promised that I would link to her glorious … Continue reading