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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!)
A meeting of the foxiest dog I’ve seen in quite some time and the leopardiest dog I’ve seen likewise. Edit: Aww, man, I hate when I screw up the hovertext. Edit x2: According to Quixote’s mom (in the comments below), the Catahoula … Continue reading
I see so few of these guys around that I almost forgot they existed: Waldo is a full-sized dachshund, which means that he is roughly twice as long and eight times as heavy as the typical miniature dachshund. Full-sized dachshunds … Continue reading
Nobody’s quite sure of anything about Pork Chop. He’s ‘around 14-ish’ and ‘maybe a dachshund mix’ or ‘might be part basset hound’. He is, however, a real sweetie.
I never get tired of these guys. Sterling was right around 1 year old when I took this picture, and enjoying a brisk walk through North Beach.
Their official names are “Springbank Summer’s Bright Future” (a winner of several awards at dog shows, including at least one ‘grand championship’ that’s not shown on that page… whatever that means, search me, I dunno!) and “Sir Jessie Valentine.” And … Continue reading
I caught this (10-year-old) pup doing a little window shopping. Seems like Henry isn’t the only dog who wants a hat.
Look who is scnauzing up the place! Edit: Mumble. This was supposed to have posted yesterday (Sunday) at noon. Stupid blog software.
Found these two interacting in Washington Square Park. They seemed to be having fun. Simba’s mom got him as an ‘unknown breed’ adoption, but someone who saw him said he might be a plott hound, and she looked online and … Continue reading
I choose to believe that Bella is named after Bella Wineries. (What’s that? LA LA LA I CAN’T HEAR YOU.) By the way: if you like hockey, sounds like there’s an event for you coming up. The San Francisco Bulls are … Continue reading