Dog-Day-On-Caturday: Rosie the Birthday Girl Golden Retriever

Sorry for skipping the important Caturday crowd, but I ran into Rosie today, on her birthday, and I just had to post some pictures of the birthday girl!

Grinning Golden Retriever

Rosie had just finished a birthday cookie when I caught up with her.

Golden Retriever Looking Cheerful

Eminently distractible. Another dog walked by just as I was shooting these.

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5 Responses to Dog-Day-On-Caturday: Rosie the Birthday Girl Golden Retriever

  1. Ellen Sinaiko says:

    So nice to meet you today! Thank’s for posting my Birthday Girl!

    • Adam Lang says:

      You, and she, are more than welcome! She’s so photogenic.

    • Adam Lang says:

      Say… did you use to have another golden? Named Jennie? Maybe this one?

      • Ellen Sinaiko says:

        Oh my god, yes! How did I not know about this? That is indeed my beloved Jennie. She died unexpectedly of kidney failure in 2016 at the age of 6. We got Rosie a year later to help heal our broken hearts. I love this so much! Were we at Crissy Field? Thank you!

        • Adam Lang says:

          I’m so sorry to hear that, but I’m glad you have a lovely pup.

          The reason I knew that was because back in 2010 you dropped by and left a comment on the day I took those pictures:

          The first comment a given person makes on my blog requires approval (to fight spam), so when I saw yours show up without requiring approval I thought, “Gee, I wonder when she commented before?” And when I searched I found that comment. And so naturally I searched for your pup, and discovered that yes, I’d posted a golden named Jennie right around that time.

          Just call me Sherlock Bones!

          I remember your pup, though, because I just adored those last two pictures, the ones of Autumn hugging Jennie. I’m a lot better at remembering dogs than I am people, these days. (Still terrible at names, though.)

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