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Most of the Lokis I’ve seen are either huskies or corgis, both breeds well known for their… well-developed senses of humor. This pup definitely has some of that. I was eating at an outdoor table at a little restaurant in San … Continue reading
Yes, it’s Ratterday-on-Bunday, and I don’t mean that strange little town in southeastern England. I went to the San Francisco Dungeon’s Rat Cafe yesterday, and it was… …a disappointing experience in more or less every way. I could have planned … Continue reading
Last weekend, I ran into two ‘Rangers’ in one day! This one is a big-un. And believe it or not, he’s only 7 months old.
I have in my notes that this pup is a Chihuahua Pomeranian mix, but nothing else about her. But I do remember her, because I was walking around near Ghirardelli Square a few weeks ago and ran across this dog, … Continue reading
Comet is such a sweetie, as you’ll see from the last of these pictures (which were not, obviously, taken by me, but by Comet’s mom.) I met her at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, also known as the … Continue reading
Don’t have any notes for these two, but I seem to recall that they were a little under a year old when I ran into them.
I realize I post a fair number of pictures of these guys, but hey… I like ’em.
No, this guy isn’t exactly wildlife: he’s a resident of the Aquarium of the Bay. But he is a native species, or at least I think he is.
Oh man. You all know I think giant schnauzers are awesome as it is, and it’s Zorro’s birthday today, so how could I not post him? He’s six years old, and he was clearly getting excited in the run-up to … Continue reading
Some of our local pack. (Or would it be ‘pride’?)