Dog of the Day: Sir Otis Wellington the (Almost) English Bulldog Puppy

Sir Otis Wellington (a 4-month-old almost English bulldog puppy) is called ‘Otie’ to his friends, of which I absolutely guarantee you are one. You needn’t call beforehand… just drop by, he will be delighted to see you at any time of the day or night. If you ask nicely, he will show you his leaf collection, which is quite extensive and well worth viewing. He also has an extremely nice vintage of San Francisco Hetch-Hetchy water (15 minutes ago, perhaps a trifle young, but delicate and playful with just the tiniest hint of a chlorine bite) set out in an extra dog bowl, just for visitors.

Just don’t make any derogatory comments about beagles. Despite his very proper English appearance, one of his great-grandparents was actually an all-American beagle, and he’s therefore a bit sensitive about such things.

English Bulldog Puppy Looking Plaintive

Squooshy bulldog-face!

English Bulldog Puppy With Ears Lifted Halfway Up

His ears periodically did this. Flip! Half up. Floop! All the way down. It was aww-inspiring.

English Bulldog Puppy Going After A Treat

The problem with using treats in pictures is that you often have to get them really close to the dog to get their attention… and then they tend to disappear suddenly.

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2 Responses to Dog of the Day: Sir Otis Wellington the (Almost) English Bulldog Puppy

  1. Rose Marie says:

    The treats disappear suddenly, right, not the dog ;-}!!

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