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Tyrael is five months old! (Well, almost.) And he tried SO HARD to hold still for me, but he just couldn’t keep all that energy in.
I recently visited the SPCA to donate some things to them. (I already donated the money from last year’s t-shirt sales… these were some donations of towels and chew toys and stuff). While I was there I saw these two, … Continue reading
Autumn is leaving the city for a while tomorrow, bound on her annual pilgrimage to the cradle of Irish music in the United States, the Irish Catskills, in upstate New York. The dogs in San Francisco are going to be … Continue reading
This is Liberty, aka Libby, the 5-month-old pug puppy. She was running up to bigger dogs and trying to get them to chase her. It was totally adorable. (Alas, all my other pictures of her are too blurry to post.)
It’s been a while since I posted a Macy’s window puppy. This one was adorable because a fire truck went by and he started howling along with the siren.
Last Sunday, I ran into two dogs named Jackson, roughly five blocks from one another. I don’t think this has happened to me before. They were quite different, as you’ll see (I’m posting the second one tomorrow) but I like … Continue reading
Let’s check in on Rocket and see how she’s doing. (Or, at least, how she was doing in mid-April, when I ran into her for the second time… the first time being here.)
Since I shamefully neglected you on Friday, you get another puppy before puppy week is officially over. Meet Cisco, the 13-week-old Pit Bull/Border Collie mix. If you’re feeling down, Cisco will be your friend.
I heard a little yapping coming from a local jewelry store when Autumn and I and Autumn’s mom (who was visiting the city) were walking by. So Autumn ducked her head in, and squealed a little bit, and it turned … Continue reading
No pictures can do justice to Einstein. He is an assistance dog in training at PAWS Training Center in West Chester, PA, for PTSD, and I just know that he is going to be excellent at his job. My stress levels … Continue reading