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So first off, a plea! A friend of mine has run across a Situation, involving some neglected (rather large) dogs, and he’s hoping to be able to find one or more rescue organizations who could take at least the gentle … Continue reading
Sorry I missed a day: Autumn’s birthday was busy busy busy. We went out to breakfast, and then went hiking (it was coooold!) all day, and then hit up a fondue place for a nearly-lovely dinner. (It would have been … Continue reading
It has been a heck of a week for boxer puppies. Here’s another one!
A 12-week-old puppy for your Sunday delectation. Autumn and I ran into Henry and his mom when we were out on Polk Street for dinner, and our heads exploded with cuteness. Henry is the product of attempts to breed a … Continue reading
I ran into these two earlier this year out in front of my favorite cheese shop, Cheese Plus (on Polk Street). There is often a dog or two out in front, waiting patiently for their cheese samples.
Meet Buster. Boxers normally look confused. Blue-eyed boxers look totally bewildered. I just wanted to kneel down give him a hug and tell him not to worry about it, because he was in good hands.
Autumn and I call them ‘airplane ears’ because they stick out to the side like wings! Not sure what this gal is mixed with… could be lab. Edit: GRR. WordPress did not post on time. Again.
Brooklyn is a perfect name for this pup. He’s got a little attitude, and perhaps a bit of a crusty exterior, but is a total softy at heart. (Although he has no concept of personal space whatsoever.)
I heard these birds squawking long before I managed to see where they were perched. There were LOTS of them, and man, were they loud. (I just realized that the title could be mistaken for some kind of political statement … Continue reading