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Gia is 4 months old, and as hyper as you would expect. And according to my notes, Gia’s parents are trying to get the hashtag ‘#GiaTheShep’ started. Well, they probably mean on Instagram, but now it’s on Twitter too, so … Continue reading
Dragon (2) had absolutely no problems cuddling up in his bag as long as he got a lot of attention from passing strangers.
This little pup is awfully grouchy for a poodle. He wouldn’t even let me near! My Twitter account seems to be having some issues… pictures aren’t uploading properly. I’ll have to try messing around with it some more later.
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
We have another famous pup here, Ruca, also known as #RucaTheCorgi on the Instamagrams. There are a total of three pictures of her on my site. If you want more cute pictures of her, or more-cute pictures of her, you’ll have to visit … Continue reading
Lucy the ‘blood python‘, to be exact. She’s 3, and about 10 pounds and 4 feet long tail-tip to tongue-tip. I was riding along in the bus on the way to work one morning, and I looked out the window and … Continue reading
I have had a very long and not terribly pleasant day, and I am going to go to bed early. So have a short but rather cute dog in a short but rather cute post.
It’s been a very long time (over six years, for those keeping track) since I was the head of IT at Xythos Software. It wasn’t my favorite job, especially after we were acquired by Blackboard, about whom the less said … Continue reading
Bart is so named because his owners got him on a BART train. I gather someone was going around trying to give him away, which is I guess a better option than giving him to some shelter somewhere, since a … Continue reading
Quick post today, since I have to run out the door early tomorrow to catch a plane. Saw this fine fellow through the window of a barber’s shop.