I am having to (temporarily) move out of my apartment, and all my computer equipment is currently inaccessible, until I get into my temporary place.
Fig (6 months) is possibly the best name for a klee kai that I have ever heard, and Fig also has just about the most amazing markings of any klee kai I’ve ever seen.
I mean the mask is amazing but I keep getting distracted by the eyebrows.
Ralph is four months old, and he goes around terrierizing everyone in sight. Right in the ankles. Go Ralph go!
That’s a lot of wiry fur. I wonder if he’s part cairn or something similar?
Bentley is 1, and very friendly and chill.
I love the energy between these two.
Funny, I have run into a number of these pups, and for some reason they are the only breed I’ve ever seen where ALL of them have the standard haircut. Down to the goofy little pom-poms on the ears.
They seem like nice, happy, cheerful pups, and all the ones I’ve run across have been healthy.
I just can’t help but wonder if they actually have, y’know, binocular vision.
Jif is 4 months old and is not, in fact, pronounced ‘gif’. He does, however, like peanut butter an awful lot.
Hey, honestly I’m right there with him.
Somebody ran a circle around that pole in his excitement to see me, and then he couldn’t come greet me. Goof!
I really did try to untangle him, but that would have required him to momentarily get a tiny bit further away from me, and that wasn’t an option.
I ran into Blossom (2) the same day I ran into Leeds. Quite different-looking, wouldn’t you say?
That’s more fluff than most fluffy corgis. I can only imagine the shedding…
Everyone say hello again to Leeds, 4, who was last featured on our blog
last year. As you can see, he is just as awesome even without the shoes.
Also my camera is dumb. I took twelve pictures of Leeds and his dad, and in every single one of them, it helpfully decided that I wanted to focus on his dad’s face. This is as close as he got to being in focus. Grr. Silly phone. There should be some way for me to tell it that I like dogs.
Apparently Leeds’s (canine) father is an AOC champion named Prince. I was unable to verify this, as any google search of that kind gets caught up in Queen Elizabeth and , well, never gets un-caught.
Moca is 1, and her head-tilt game is strong!
It always surprises me how the short-fur muzzle and feet look on purebred poodles. It’s like a fur coat and brown patent leather shoes.