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I was out in front of my home over the weekend, saying hello to a friend of mine who was dropping off some cookies and bread for me (THANK YOU FLORENCE!). And who should come by but Bo the Beautiful … Continue reading
I ran into Tiffi (girl, one year old) and her dad back in the halcyon days when we didn’t have to wear masks.
One day, while she was poking holes in my arm, I ran across a woman who knits dogs. Let’s try that again. One day, while having blood drawn for a routine physical, I fell to talking with the phlebotomist. I … Continue reading
Ahem. Yes. Well. You may have noticed a certain lack of posting out of me over the weekend. This is not because the resort we went to didn’t have internet, or anything like that. No, it is more because I am … Continue reading
I think these two are puggles (pug/beagle crosses) but I am not certain. They’ve definitely got some pug in them, though. Also: you know you’ve been photoblogging for too long when you type a query into google image search, see … Continue reading
No sooner had I turned around from taking pictures of Hudson when I saw Lewis (11, pronounced ‘Louie’) and Bailey (6) being excessively adorable. This is what we in the dog blogging biz call a ‘good dog day’.
This is two days in a row that I have posted dogs that I just saw that day, a rarity for me. This time it’s not a tiny puppy, but it is an amazingly nice dog with a great story. It … Continue reading
Vegas is a puggle, and a Very Important Pup: she’s the shop dog at Al’s Attire, a neat little tailor/cobbler’s shop in North Beach. I got a pair of custom-made shoes there, and although the first pair is a little … Continue reading
Last Sunday, I ran into two dogs named Jackson, roughly five blocks from one another. I don’t think this has happened to me before. They were quite different, as you’ll see (I’m posting the second one tomorrow) but I like … Continue reading
These two are honorary Dogs of San Francisco, since I took these in New Jersey. But how could I resist? Boo (1 year old) is awe-inspiring, and Maggie (also 1) has so much character in her expression.