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I am not sure what to say about Blue (aside from the fact that he’s 8 months old). I think I will just let him speak for himself.
I’m calling another puppy day. Partly due to stress, sure, but partly because I just can’t sit on this little guy any longer. Indy was 8 weeks old when I took these pictures, still too young to interact with other … Continue reading
This poor little pup was shy, and was at the same time tied up outside of my favorite little cafe on Chestnut street. So he had to endure the adoring glances of not only myself but of everyone else who … Continue reading
I was walking down Chestnut Street, and I ran across this Berner, tied up outside a restaurant. And everyone who walked by was stopping to pet her. And then I went into a restaurant myself, and an hour and a … Continue reading
I was wandering around down near Chestnut Street a couple of weeks ago and I saw a knot of people gathered around something. For a moment I was worried someone was lying on the ground, injured, but it turned out to … Continue reading
Anyone want to give me some help here? This pup has me stumped. At first I was thinking flat-coat, then I thought golden retriever mix, but the more I look at him the more I think that he might either … Continue reading
I was heading down to meet Autumn a few weeks ago — she was dogsitting for a gorgeous dog, and I wanted to meet her — and my mood wasn’t terribly pleasant, as it was raining periodically, the busses were not … Continue reading
Wrigley (a male, 1 year old super fluffy goldendoodle) is not the shy and retiring sort. Definitely not the sort of dog who has any trouble making his needs known. Autumn and I ran into him outside a store, and … Continue reading
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
Mika needs lots of petting and chin rubs and such. (I’m just doing her a favor and passing along this little tidbit, so that if any of you happen to see her you can act accordingly.)