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We’ve had a pile of puppies (PUPPY PILE!) on here over the last week or two. Why break the streak? So here’s Gili, who is a 4-month-old goldendoodle who loves you for who you are.
I just ran into Molly today. She’s only 11 months old, but she’s already the floofiest doodle of all, although that’s partly because she was just groomed today.
This was one of Autumn’s clients, and I got to hold onto her for a while. Unfortunately, I sat on the pictures for too long and now I can’t remember her name.
Lucy looks like some kind of little white foofly dog, doesn’t she? But no! She is a 4-month-old miniature goldendoodle puppy, with a very wide yawn.
Murphy is 11 weeks old in these pictures, and staggeringly cute. I have too many pictures to caption or hovertext, so you’ll just have to make do with the adorableness unfiltered.
Marlowe, a refreshing variation on the jumble of Marleys that I have run across lately, is eleven weeks old. He has all the usual parts a puppy has, including snorgly nose, pettable ears, and a ridiculously adorable puppybelly. In short, … Continue reading
Another ‘too much cute to caption’ pup, Oliver won my heart and also most of my other internal organs, but was kind enough to let me retain them on condition that I would finally get around to posting him before … Continue reading
Sometimes I have this problem: I have so many cute pictures of a dog that I can’t face the rather large task of editing them, coming up with captions, coming up with hovertext, and posting them all. And so some … Continue reading
Took this picture at Wags, the famed ‘dog wash of Polk Street’. They really are the best show in town… stand outside and you can see all sorts of dogs playing with each other, resting, jumping around, or just hanging … Continue reading
Man, I’ve had a lot of Charlies recently. Two in February, and now one in March too. Must be a Charlie time of year. This Charlie is a sweet little goldendoodle puppy, 12 weeks old, that I met literally five minutes after … Continue reading