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I ran across this pup and I was utterly bewildered for quite some time. A stocky dog with classic ‘long dog’ build, not as squat as a basset hound but definitely with very short legs for his size. Ears that most … Continue reading
Happy National Dog Day! I’ve got a few especially adorable pictures today, so if you’re coming from Facebook, please do click through! I’d like you to meet Bacon, aka ‘Australian Bacon’. My notes, and his Instagram profile, say that he … Continue reading
A Catahoula hog dog for you today, or, as we like to say here at the Dogs of San Francisco, a ‘Hula-Hula Cat-Dog’. Cormac is a year and a half old, and is very energetic, as with all Catahoulas. Fortunately … Continue reading
I posted a picture of Diggity a little while ago. Well, this pup was tied up next to him (and you can see him in the first picture) but I thought they both deserved their days.
A first for us: a full-blooded Finnish spitz! They’re a lot smaller than I expected. I am reliably informed that Chrissie is super-loyal, and almost 11 years old, and that Gus is 8, and is Chrissie’s companion animal. I think … Continue reading
I did a big project last night, so it’s just going to be a light post for you today. I found a couple more pictures of Little Man… or, more specifically, pictures Autumn took of me cuddling Little Man. Also, … Continue reading
Autumn and I stopped by a newish coffee shop in Polk Gulch (aka Polk Street where it goes through the edge of the Tenderloin.) It sits at Polk and Pine, in the space where Polk Street Station used to be, … Continue reading
McTeague’s pub, on Polk Street, has a unique sign.
The one with the soft fluffy tail?