Multi-Dog Day: The Police Dogs of San Francisco

Autumn did a little busking in a BART station on Friday, and I went down to meet her. On the way, I met several of San Francisco’s finest… dogs, that is. They’re bomb-sniffing dogs, so they deserve all the treats and belly-rubs they get! (Although I have to wonder if any of them have ever, you know, had to deal with a bomb? I’d think I’d hear about things like that if they happened.)

Long-Haired German Shepherd Police Dog

Autumn thought this pup was a Belgian malinois, but it turns out to be a long-haired German shepherd. 8 years old, and gorgeous.

Long-Haired German Shepherd Police Dog

The police and their pups were out in force. I’m sure part of it was being extra careful because of the crowds, but it’s also great PR.

German Shepherd Police Dog

I like this guy’s attitude.

German Shepherd Police Dog

Autumn kept hoping that one of them would notice the treats in her backpack and come on over. That’s one way to alleviate the boredom, I guess!

German Shepherd Police Dog

This one just kept looking like he wanted a hug. No fair police dogs being off-limits for petting.

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3 Responses to Multi-Dog Day: The Police Dogs of San Francisco

  1. Sandy says:

    Has Autumn been busking at the Embarcadero Station in the morning? I saw two women playing some beautiful music last week that I thought might be Irish and was thinking it could be Autumn, but that seemed like a big leap and I didn’t feel right asking. It was a lovely way to start the morning!

  2. Autumn says:

    Hi Sandy! It was me. šŸ™‚ My friend Patricia and I have been going out in the morning to Embarcadero, Powell, and Montgomery stations, off and on. Good eye!

  3. Sandy says:

    Neat! I don’t want to bother you much while you’re busking, but I’ll say hi if I see you again. Your music and instruments are so lovely and different – thank you (and thanks to Adam for the daily chuckles and smiles)!!!

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