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I sat next to Skye the German shepherd husky Lab mix at an outdoor cafe. I distracted her horribly from her rawhide chew. I was, of course, terribly sorry. Her parents were mildly annoyed, actually, so I really did feel … Continue reading
Okay, I haven’t got a lot of guesses here. Maybe a shaved labradoodle? All I can tell you is, he looked even more hilarious in person than he does in this picture.
Still working on the ‘getting captions on live photos’ thing, so in the mean time here are some not-as-alive photos of a still-very-alive dog. Zephram was just barely one year old when I took these shots. The collar was because … Continue reading
Luna was one of the guests at a little Friday afternoon party thrown by my employer last week. She was, of course, a hit, not only with the kids but with many of the grown-ups as well. (And with me. … Continue reading
Apparently Cocoa’s official name includes ’85 Percent’, which makes him my kind of dog. He’s a maybe-full-lab, maybe-mix puppy, 5 months old, and did not seem the least bit bothered by his cone of shame, donned because of a little … Continue reading
Found Emma (whose dad thinks she’s a pit bull/Labrador retriever mix, but that’s just a guess) hanging out in Rincon Park, right near the Bay Bridge. She was, I think, just about all played out (which probably takes a little … Continue reading
Murphy! He (yes, ‘he’) was 11 weeks old in these pictures, and far too hyperactive and wiggly and happy to be real. (Just like every other labrador retriever puppy, none of whom are very credible either!)
Oh, man, I cannot even begin to tell you how charismatic Chewbacca is in person. And how confusing. He really looks like he ought to be his own breed, and I was desperately trying to figure him out — was … Continue reading
This is what I looked like last night, and hopefully again quite soon now.
The labradude labrabides! Ran into this labradoodle, whose name I sadly neglected to record, at the North Beach Festival. I missed the Blessing of the Animals this year, but at least I didn’t miss the coolest labradoodle in the city.