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Autumn and I were outside a restaurant in North Beach (which I will be posting a different picture from on the next Sunday Switchup) and we happened to look through the window and who should we see but this happy … Continue reading
Found in the Goorin Brothers hat store in North Beach. A very, very subtle misdirection: in case you were deceived, that is in fact an ice bucket, not a fedora.
Duke’s full moniker is ‘The Duke of North Beach’. At only 3.5 months! A very responsible position for such a tiny Airedale puppy, I think you’ll agree, but Duke seems to be up to the job. Or, at least, he’s … 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!)
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.
There are Greater Swiss mountain dogs, and then there’s Hans. Hans is 145 pounds (that’s 66 kilograms in Switzerland) of pure happiness. I ran into him in a combination Irish pub and Indian restaurant in North Beach, where he was … Continue reading
I haven’t been seeing much of Autumn lately: she’s pretty much working full time on her Pup Scouts job during the day, and spending her nights dogsitting, both for direct clients and through DogVacay. I managed to ambush her last weekend … Continue reading
You can just see how vicious and depraved he is. I am amazed I escaped with my life!
I did remember to ask this pup’s name, but I think I must have been squealing too loud to hear the answer. I do remember that he was three months old, though. Edit: A little bird tells me down in the comments … Continue reading
Emma is the store dog for an antique-y rare-book-map-and-print store in North Beach called ‘Schein And Schein‘. She welcomes everyone with polite grace, or at least did while we were there.