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THE CHEEKS. THEY ARE SO FLUFFY I WANT TO BURY MY FACE IN THEM!
I went out and was very careful to maintain my social distance in a dog park a couple days ago. This weekend I’m going to do it again, only this time I’m going to remember to bring the camera with … Continue reading
Tahoe is 11! And he does not like the current state of affairs, oh no, he does not.
Inexcusable! How could I possibly have not gotten this pup’s name or age down? Well, regardless, I do see that I caught him or her in the midst of a sneeze. So you get to see the photos of the … Continue reading
Little tail-stub all a-waggle.
Well, really it’s two dogs and a dogbutt (and a human), but whachagonnado?
Reilly is a new breed for us, and a pretty unusual one in general: a Lakeland terrier. In the pictures he was 5 months old, and a typically curious pup.
Denali and I met in Huntingdon Square Park, and we were never the same again.
Having a sad day today, for reasons I’ll share later on (since they are, in fact, pet-related.) I had to spend a little time hunting up a pup who looked a little sad, but I finally found one.
Yes, Tilly’s face is stuck like that. Perhaps this is an object lesson you could use with your children?