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I have been sitting on Tiberius for a few weeks (no not literally sheesh stop that), and it’s utterly inexcusable. He is one of Autumn’s customers, and is ridiculously sweet and adorable and sharp-toothed. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to … Continue reading
This is yesterday’s pup’s sibling. Much older sibling. Much older and grumpier and savaged Autumn’s hand when she went to take care of him sibling. First time Autumn’s had one of her charges draw blood on her (aside from puppy-bites, … Continue reading
Autumn and I went by to visit a pair of potential clients of hers (and, naturally, the potential customer, a.k.a. the clients’ owner) a while back. One was a somewhat shy puppy and the other was an extremely grumpy old … Continue reading
His tongue is a little bit too long for his mouth. It dries out at night. Well, sometimes I fall asleep with my tongue open, so I know how it is.
I know what you’re thinking, “Oh, right, Lagotti Romagnolo, I see a half dozen of those every day!” Well, sure you do, but this is the first one we’ve seen around these parts. Yes, that’s right, even after seven years … Continue reading
I can’t recall what mom told me this pup was mixed with, and for some reason I don’t have it in my notes, but I do remember the ‘cheese-hound’ part, because it’s pretty obvious once you’re looking for it. I … Continue reading
This is Ranger number 2! Or possibly number 1, since I took his picture first. Or possibly both rangers are number 1, since they are both awesome. This one is an unknown mix: the shelter said German shepherd/Rhodesian ridgeback, but … Continue reading
Someone was getting a makeover at Kiehl’s (a rather exclusive body care products store on Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights) when I saw her. I’m not sure she was entirely pleased to be interrupted.
Well, we don’t see this very often these days: Dusty is a new breed for us, a Basset Fauve de Bretagne, or a ‘Fawn Brittany basset’. And if you think ‘they don’t look much like the other kind of basset … Continue reading
I was walking down the street this weekend, and I saw a floofy gold-and-white lump under someone’s bench, so naturally I said, “Ooh, what kind of dog is that!” And the dog’s owner said, “Hey, I know you, you’re that … Continue reading