I just ran into Flippy today, and guess what: it’s his eighth birthday! So everyone say happy birthday to Flippy for me, will you?
Ran into him with a bag full of yummy things. Amazingly, he didn’t even try for them.
Flippy really wanted to play with that Lab, poor pup.
God I love that expression.
Flippy is very fond of being scratched right exactly there.
I just discovered that an entire data card full of pictures from my February vacation went un-uploaded until now. This guy was on it.
Look at that adorable marbled nose!
Such a noble brow.
This is actually a baby stroller… the child was taking a walk, and the pup was taking a rest.
The first corgi from last weekend’s CorgiCon! Goretex is an amazingly adorable 16-year-old girl!
Someone was nearly as happy to be at CorgiCon as I was, and that’s saying something.
I admit, I’m not 100% certain about the breed here: could also be a Pekingese with unusual coloration, or a mix. The ears don’t look quite right, although that could just be because they’ve been ruthlessly trimmed. But I’m going to assume that she’s a Japanese chin, because that makes her my first Japanese chin ever!
I’ve seen her a number of times, chilling in the window of Salon Village, but I don’t think I ever managed a good picture before.
Does anyone else see an owl? Anyone? No? Just me?
Well… okay then.
Maybe I should have added a beak.
This kitty actually likes wandering around on a leash! And I like his little black nosie.
He really likes strangers, too.
Simba could be a golden/dachshund mix too, but somehow that grin reminds me of a corgi. Anyway, he’s five, and floofy, and adorable. And for some reason I’m just not feeling like captions or hovertext, so enjoy his pictures.
In other news: time caught up with me and I haven’t mentioned it, but CorgiCon is upon us! This Saturday, 10 AM to 2 PM, Ocean Beach near the Cliff House. PREPARE FOR THE CUTENESS!
Coco (a 3-month-old girl) wants to be your friend!
I’m warning you: she will lick you mercilessly.
I ran into these two the other day. I’m just not as good at identifying the smaller dogs as I am with the bigger ones. All I know is they’re cute.
Just basking in front of a local convenience store.
Stopping foot traffic in both directions.