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Tag Archives: Bernese Mountain Dog
This is Peace, and she is every bit as gentle as her name implies. Her dad provided a bit of back-story: she was a rescue (how lucky is that? a rescue Berner?) who came with the name, and he thought it … Continue reading
No, really, she is a puppy: 9 months old. It’s not her fault that she looks like an oversized adult Australian shepherd (and a lot like my canine best buddy!) Have a doctor’s appointment tomorrow as the next thing to try … Continue reading
A favorite breed of Autumn’s and mine, and an amazingly sweet dog: who better to be our 2015 dog of New Year’s Day? Kona is 2, and spreads good cheer wherever he goes.
I ran into Nina (6 years old) right near the Chestnut Street Apple Store, but this was a few weeks ago so I’m pretty sure they weren’t in line for the new Apple Watch or whatever you call it. Still, … Continue reading
Minka is one of the two dogs I am currently sitting. I discovered this morning that she is a scamp: if there is wet grass or a puddle or mud around, she WILL lie down in it. And grin at … Continue reading
I’m on a super-low-bandwidth connection at the moment, so you get a dog story instead of some pictures today. Why am I on a low-bandwidth connection? Because I am babysitting two Bernese mountain dogs, and neglected to get the wifi … Continue reading
Have some old pictures of Jemma from early 2013, and I appreciate the goofiness, so here you go.
There’s a mix I haven’t heard of before. If they’re lucky, Calvin is as smart and long-lived as a border collie, but as easy-going, cheerful, and happy (and non-neurotic) as a Berner. But, let’s be honest here: no matter what … Continue reading
Today hasn’t gone quite as planned, but I’m still here, and can still give thanks for friends (both of the human and canine varieties.) So here are some friends: the ever-awesome Jemma and her family, including her new (adopted) little sister, … Continue reading
Some sad news: at somewhere between nine and ten years old, Dasja, one of Autumn’s first and most floofy customers, has passed away. She will be missed; even though Autumn and I only knew her in her later years, when … Continue reading