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Monthly Archives: August 2010
I’m not sure which one is Doofus and which one is Pinky. But given the way they acted, I think they both have a bit of doofus in them. Two more pictures after the break.
Stab in the dark. The stumpy tail and floppy ears said ‘Aussie’ to me, except I found out that Rottweilers sometimes have natural bob-tails. (I thought they were always cut off.) And her face is a bit Rottie-like. And the … Continue reading
Moll is, at least according to her guardian, definitely half-shepherd. And it’s pretty obvious in any case. The Finnish spitz half was a guess on my part. We’ll see what Autumn thinks in the comments. Two more pictures after the … Continue reading
I have a huge headache, and I just spent half an hour editing a series of pictures of an awesome great Dane, and discovering, one picture at a time, that not a single one of them was even up to … Continue reading
Our second Akita Inu (or American Akita in this case, if you prefer). What a gorgeous breed! And such soft fur. This one had a patch of fur shaved near the tail, probably for some medical reason, but other than … Continue reading
Another first for this blog: an Ibizan hound. In appearance, at least, these guys are said to look like the dogs in ancient Egyptian friezes, and I can certainly see the resemblance. Another picture, after the break. I took thirty … Continue reading
Firstly, personal business: sorry for the hiatus. I was on vacation, and getting back to my hotel room exhausted at 11 PM. Admittedly, I was then failing to fall asleep until 2 AM, but those weren’t three hours where I … Continue reading
I have lots of pictures better than this queued up, but I’m exhausted and this is a onesie, so I’m going to post it. Plus, we haven’t had an American toy terrier here before, and that’s what Autumn says he … Continue reading
Hah! Dogs of San Francisco, coming to you from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We made it to our hotel, if barely. An interesting trip so far, that started with Autumn nearly missing our flight (she got there with almost 15 minutes before … Continue reading