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Tag Archives: Border Collie
These two were definitely very different personalities. Bodie (5) seemed very laid back, whereas Andy (2) was a bit, shall we say, focused.
I guess this guy belongs to someone who works on Polk Street, who had him tied up outside the workplace, and was coming out every ten or fifteen minutes to spend time with him. I can’t quite decide how I … Continue reading
I was walking along the Embarcadero the other day when I saw this distinctive little pup. (I think she’s actually still a puppy although I didn’t remember to record her age.) Am I alone in thinking that she has been … Continue reading
Quite a pair. Sissy-Pants is a sweet 8-year-old goofball, and Sandy is a super-friendly 4-year-old Eskie with only three legs. (She gets around just fine though: she can outrun Sissy-Pants!) If you know anyone who might be interested in adopting … Continue reading
These two are good friends, but not relatives. In fact, Chase is the product of an overseas adoption (from Korea), and is still a bit skittish. Ironically, this meant that I got better pictures of him, because he was apt … Continue reading
It must be puppy season, since Autumn and I have seen more in the last two weeks than we have for the previous month or so. This little border collie mix puppy even packs his own treats (and poop bags) … Continue reading
Because we haven’t seen one in a while. An anecdote I ran into on reddit recently (here): Yeah, my border collie totally gets that I control the car. On days when I come home without the kid, she gets concerned … Continue reading
The latter is just a (very) humble guess by moi; the former is, well, less humble and less of a guess.
You don’t see many toller mixes around, and it’s no wonder: if there were more of them they’d totally take over the place. So cute! Rumor looooves people. However, Rumor does not love cameras. In fact, she was totally lovable (begging … Continue reading
Certainly never seen this mix before. Looks a lot like a flat-coated retriever, doesn’t she?