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Tag Archives: Miniature Poodle
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
Bailey’s 14 years old! He doesn’t get around so well any more, at least not after the first couple of miles, so mom got him a very special halter/suit/carrier. Seems like he’s not wholly sold on it, but I think … Continue reading
I saw London (4) as I walked by an eatery in the Marina district. He was being amazingly well-behaved, just lying there patiently while mom and her friend had lunch, not even doing much of the ‘please can I have … Continue reading
Sorry I missed a day: Autumn’s birthday was busy busy busy. We went out to breakfast, and then went hiking (it was coooold!) all day, and then hit up a fondue place for a nearly-lovely dinner. (It would have been … Continue reading
I met Dante and his mom, Francine Brevetti, on my jog to work one morning. I stopped her to get a few pictures of her pooch, and found out that she is a writer, writing coach, and ghost writer, who … Continue reading
A fearsome threesome: Opata (boy) and Poofy (girl) are 8-week-old poodle puppies, and mom is Pisika. They were MURDER to get a good shot of, being so hyperkinetic that several of the shots where I was trying for all three … Continue reading
I don’t recall the story behind the ‘Shiva-or-Babette’ controversy, but I’m sure it was a debate full of excitement and vigor. I’m no longer on drugs, and only in mild pain, and consequently will try to be a bit more … Continue reading
Watch out, merengue dog! You’ve got some serious competition here!
I was not aware that dreadlocks on poodles were a ‘thing’, but apparently they are. All rightie, then.
Oh god, this was silly. See, the brown poodle was wandering around with this big long dog toy. Most of the time he had it in his mouth but he actually put it down, into the collar, once while I watched. … Continue reading