I dogsat for the two of these and I’m not 100% sure of their names, which makes me a bad person. But I do think the little scruffer is Horacio (or possibly Horatio?) and the big goofball is Dara.
Horacio the Yorkie is an older pup, Dara is a young goofball. And Horacio steals all of Dara’s food because of course he does.
Is she really only 3 months old? She’s so huge!
Matcha likes very gentle pets. (And also very firm pets. And everything else in between.)
She also likes belly rubs.
Just some Christmas kitties from a couple years ago. Was just going through my back catalog (pun intended) and thought ‘how did I never use that one?’
Kittens often do the Christmas Dinner thing: eat way too much and then do the ‘food coma’ thing for twelve hours.
These two were having SO MUCH FUN.
I don’t get to watch pups play very often. It’s so adorable the way they dance.
These two would play fetch until they were so exhausted they couldn’t stand up if you let them. We stopped somewhat before that, when my arm got tired.
Hobbes is on the left, Calvin is on the right.
We ran into Donatello (aka Donny) once before, when he was but a wee 11-week-old sprog. Well, in these pictures he’s only four months old but if you don’t know his size you might almost mistake him for a full-grown labradoodle!
Oh, and that size? Bigger than you’d expect for a four-month-old standard schnauzer. I have the feeling he’s gonna grow up to be a biggun!
There are eyes in there somewhere, I promise. Plus, notice the only part of him that just wouldn’t stay still? Happy pup!
Doggie bags are awesome. Especially puppy-bags.
Edit: Eek, I got the breed wrong and left off the name. This is Yogi, aka Yoga, the Maltese poodle mix puppy, aged 13 weeks, with the apt instagram ‘@yogithetinydog‘.
The cutest pair EVER.
I never got that pup to look in my direction once. Not even for a second.
This is about as close as it got. Super side-eye action.
An SPCAt for your Caturday fun.
Someone was very, very eager to be taken home.
I just upgraded php on the host that runs Dogs of SF today. What does this mean to you? Well, probably nothing. But if something weird happens, it’s probably just a glitch in the switch, as they might say (but probably don’t). Close the window for DoSF, clear the browser history for it (you don’t have to clear it all, just the DoSF history) and then open a new window and navigate back to it.
It was a giant pain in the tuchus oh my yes. But apparently it was necessary for security, so I did it. The things I do for you folks!