Manny (7) could be the half brother of yesterday’s pup! Certainly he looks half huskish. His dad thinks he’s half-corgi, too, but with the ear floppage I wouldn’t be 100% surprised if he were half standard dachshund (those things are surprisingly large) too.
I don’t think he has a part-blue eye, I think that’s a reflection. In fact, I think if you go to the highest resolution version of this picture (click the pic, then click the desired resolution) and zoom really far in, you can see ME reflected in his eye.
Yoko? Oh, no! Yoko (4, female) left smeary nose-prints all over my lens. Needless to say, I was not too distraught.
When I see huskies in SF, I try to remember to tell their owners about local places that get snow in the winter. Huskies really ought to have snow to play in.
We haven’t had a good schnozz shot in a while.
Man! Mocha is an 11-year-old Thai street dog, but you’d never know either of those things: super-friendly and super-active! And wow… that stripe!
The stripe down his back is apparently natural. Pretty amazing!
Mocha also knows how to wave hi. SO CUTE.
Isn’t that amazing? The fur is super soft on the sides, and only a little rougher on top. But much longer.
Autumn pointed out Bane from inside of a restaurant. He was sitting out in front along with his folks, and Autumn said “Hey, is that dog grinning at me?”
It was a crepe restaurant. This may have had something to do with the longing looks.
‘Bisou’ means ‘kiss’, and Bisou likes to give kisses. She’s 1, and they told me she was an Australian cattle dog mix, although she looks very much like a full-blooded one to me. Except for that happy tail.
I ran into these three right near my home.
Not the most well-trained, perhaps. But sweet as all get-out.
Don’t they make a gorgeous family?
Baggy (6, and probably half German shepherd, and maybe Lab?) is among the goofiest dogs I have seen in quite some time. He very much wants you to have a happy and safe New Year’s Eve.
I ran into this pup in South Bend, outside of a chocolate shop.
He has the goofiest ears, and the greatest grin. Alas, he did not get any chocolate.
I just ran into Atrius today, while on Christmas vacation in Indiana. He’s eleven weeks old and was a baby shower gift from the folks at a pet store to one of their dog groomers. Now, I’m not entirely sure I would get another baby for someone as a gift for someone celebrating a baby, but, well, at least this one is likely to be house-trained a lot earlier.
I had no idea that poodles didn’t have curly hair from early on.
I’d be just fine if their fur stayed this way. It’s super soft.
I’ve been a bad boy, not posting for four whole days! So in recompense, here’s Begley, one of Autumn’s family dogs, with his favorite Christmas present.
Begley was supposed to have calmed down about five years ago. He hasn’t.
However, he does get tired from leaping all over people after only 20 to 30 minutes now. As oppsed to three hours.
Pretty little kitty. I bet she got snapped up right away.
She tried charming everyone who went by. And did a damn good job.
Gaudi (meaning ‘joy’, age 7, boy) is a great name for a golden retriever.
I really like my latest iPhone’s super-wide-angle lens.