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Tofu (5 months, a boy) had a little facelift recently, to make sure he didn’t have eye problems.
This is my coworker’s dog. I have forgotten his name. I am a bad dog blogger.
Bentley is best friends with yesterday’s pup! They get into all sorts of trouble together. (And like yesterday’s pup, Bentley also has his own Instagram. And it is adorable. And you should visit it right away.)
Lucy! I periodically run into her wandering about town, and have to be reminded that it has been nearly six years since I first met her! That’s longer than I’ve known most of the humans in my life. I ran … Continue reading
She doesn’t look terribly fortunate, does she? Well, she is. ’cause she had a mom who noticed that her eyelids were inverting, which often causes blindness in wrinkly dogs like shar peis. So she got a little bit of plastic … Continue reading
I somehow missed getting this guy’s name, because I was too busy feeling sorry for him, and guilty on behalf of the human race. He’s a shar pei, a breed that is well known for eye trouble, and he’s absolutely … Continue reading
Get a load of this guy. A shar-pei/bulldog mix should be just about the saggiest dog you’ve ever seen, and Uno just isn’t. Why? Well, for the most part, it’s probably just genetics. Maybe shar pei ‘sag’ comes from a … Continue reading
Ginger’s 2 years old, and maybe a little less saggy than the average shar-pei. I started taking pictures out in the sun, but, as you’ll see, the sunlight was brutal. I got her to sneak into a little alcove, which … Continue reading
Frannie’s a little goofy-looking, but she’s a real character. I especially love her expression in the third picture. I ran into her outside a cafe not far from my house — one with outdoor seating — where she was watching … Continue reading
Wow. This gal is just about as mongrel as they come. (We didn’t guess at her ancestry: his guardian told me they had had her genetically tested, and ‘German shepherd/Italian greyhound/shar-pei/Yorkshire terrier’ was the result. Half German Shepherd, and various … Continue reading