The other day Arlo and I were rounding a corner, looking at all the lovely trees when all of a sudden I noticed a little white puffball in the midst of the greenery. It was Lyle! He was sitting there quietly, also looking at all the lovely trees. We first met Lyle as a puppy when he was out and about, but I didn’t actually know where he lived so it was really fun to see him, out of the blue, in his home territory, and all grown up. (Continue for one more photo…) (more…)
This delicious photo was taken at Fat Ram’s Pumpkin Tattoo in JP by Bert’s human, artist Katie James. (Remember Bert?!! If not, do yourself a favor and click on his link. Also do yourself a favor and check out Katie’s badass art.) Thanks KJ!
I received these photos from a JP Dogs field agent, who spotted these spotted beauties by the monument. Anyone know what kind of dogs these are? Is there such a thing as a long haired dalmation? I hope I run into these two lovelies in person. Would love to do a full feature on these two if anyone knows their human! (Continue for 1 more photo…) (more…)
My Memorial Day was quiet and a little blue. Then I stumbled upon these four, and per usual, it was the dogs who turned the day around! My neighbor does some pet-sitting, and had his charges out for a romp in the wet yard. These guys were having a ball! We’ve actually spotted Nell (the Golden Retriever), Tobey (the Papillon), and Lyle (the Westie) before on the blog, but never all in one place, with Langston too! (Continue for 7 more photos of this gang!) (more…)
Arlo and I stopped into On Centre, and finally met Charlie, the shop dog! Don’t be fooled by the name: Charlie is all girl. And what a sweet, Tibetan Terrier girl she is. She also really wanted to play with Arlo, but the little grumpster wasn’t having it. But she didn’t stop trying, following us everywhere. Charlie, you can follow me any day! Stay tuned for full feature on Charlie. (See photo below of the badass mug I bought there.) (Continue for five more photos…) (more…)
I met Honey, a rescued eight year old mix (suspected to be Chow and German Shepard), on the corner outside Stony Brook T station. While my friend and I talked with Honey’s human, she leaned into every passerby she could, reaching for love and snuggles. Sweet Honey, you do the world good. (Continue for 5 more Honey photos…) (more…)
I had the pleasure of meeting a five month old King Charles Cavalier puppy on the Southwest Corridor this weekend. Did you hear that? A Cavalier puppy! I couldn’t stop stroking his long ears; they were so soft. (Continue for 2 more Boswell photos…) (more…)
Oh my god, I’m in love with these two. I spotted them from a distance on the Southwest Corridor and couldn’t tell if they were pugs or not. So Arlo and I scurried to meet them. Stella (the darker one) and Maggie are sisters; they’re a mix between Pug and Shih Tzu. These inseparable, solid little sisters sure do snort like pugs! I had a hard time saying goodbye. Stay tuned for a full feature! (Continue for 4 more photos of Stella & Maggie) (more…)