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Loki (I think she was a girl, but hey, what’s in a name?) was not having any of me. Which made me sad.
May I introduce Sunny, also known as @sunshinewithachanceofmeatballs on Instagram. She was 5 months old when I took these photos, and was tough to photograph. Partly it was because she was so wiggly, but it was also because I was … Continue reading
I didn’t catch this pup’s name, but as you can see from the pictures, this is the pub dog at the Bus Stop Saloon in Cow Hollow. (I’ve seen the little nose peeking out of there often enough that if it … Continue reading
Happy National Dog Day! I’ve got a few especially adorable pictures today, so if you’re coming from Facebook, please do click through! I’d like you to meet Bacon, aka ‘Australian Bacon’. My notes, and his Instagram profile, say that he … Continue reading
I saw this dog, sitting patiently out in front of a local watering hole, paws calmly crossed in front of her, and I instantly thought, “I have seen her before. I know I have.” A blue merle (but with some brown) … Continue reading
I was walking down the street this weekend, and I saw a floofy gold-and-white lump under someone’s bench, so naturally I said, “Ooh, what kind of dog is that!” And the dog’s owner said, “Hey, I know you, you’re that … Continue reading
I asked if she was ‘Cat’ for short, but apparently not. Which is a shame because I like the idea of a dog named Cat. Instead, if I recall correctly, she might’ve been ‘Tara’ for short. She’s apparently an Australian … Continue reading
Bodie may also be Bodhi (we’ve seen a couple of Bodhis before), or some other variation on the name. I didn’t ask for a spelling, because I was too busy admiring his utterly magnificent tail. I have never seen anything like … Continue reading
Comet is such a sweetie, as you’ll see from the last of these pictures (which were not, obviously, taken by me, but by Comet’s mom.) I met her at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, also known as the … Continue reading
The building where I work, ‘Hipmunk HQ’, is also home to another travel-related business: Olivia, which is a company that organizes cruises, package tours, and similar things for lesbians. Hipmunk has the bottom two floors, and a no-dogs-at-work policy. Olivia … Continue reading