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This little pup is awfully grouchy for a poodle. He wouldn’t even let me near! My Twitter account seems to be having some issues… pictures aren’t uploading properly. I’ll have to try messing around with it some more later.
I don’t have any notes for this pup, but I remember her: she was 7 months old, and I thought she was a goldendoodle at first. I was corrected: it turns out she is half cocker spaniel and half poodle, … Continue reading
Louie the bernadoodle (no, no burning doodles!) is four months old in this picture. Just think how big he’s going to get!
You get a bonus post today… not only is it Caturday, but it’s also National Dog Day! I wanted to post a picture I took today, but I didn’t run into any dogs today… not a one! So here’s Charles, … Continue reading
If you think this picture doesn’t look much like Chicago, Milwaukee, OR St. Louis, you’re right… this is from my trip back in July. I plead exhaustion: it’s the day after I returned from my trip, I have a September … Continue reading
I find myself a little short on time tonight, especially after going through all the pictures of Marlowe (11 weeks old and utterly ridiculous) and picking out a few and editing them, so I’m afraid tonight is a no-captions/no-hovertext night. … Continue reading
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
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
Have I mentioned that tomorrow is National Puppy Day? No? Well, it is. And in honor of that, here’s a fuzzy wuzzy puppy (3 months old and rarin’ to go) and friend. This is another in my ‘too-cute-to-caption’ series, I’m … Continue reading