I was surprised by Chloe (or Chloe the agility pooch), don’t let her diminutive size and regal appearance fool you. She likes to have fun, romp, and play in the grass, as well as being incredibly sweet and charming.
Chloe I discovered loves to chase the ball and she also jumps after it and performs agility. Quiet a surprising little girl. Thanks for hanging with me Chloe.
It was fate that I should photograph Betsy. I first met her in May when she was just a little cutie awaiting adoption at Berkeley Humane. Then I ran into her walking her humans at Tilden Park one day in July and was amazed to see how much she had grown in those few short weeks. And finally just last month I find her (with humans in tow) at the obedience class we took Lily to. So, OK fate I get it – time to snap some photos.
Betsy is an incredibly sweet and friendly pit mix. And that tongue! Well if you don’t like big affectionate doggie kisses then don’t get too close because she can’t wait to lay one on you. Fortunately, I do like big sloppy wet doggie kisses and so I got my share. Not only is she friendly but also goofy and loves her toys. Those of us at the obedience class soon learned that Betsy was the class clown. I had a blast at Jack London Square with her this past weekend and am thrilled to see her so happy in her new home. Another successful rescue story. Go Betsy!
Phoenix is a diminutive Doxie with a big personality and even bigger wardrobe. She modeled some of her favorite outfits for me the other night and when we were done with the fashion show, she cuddled up on the couch and rested her head on my lap.
Perhaps her biggest feature isn’t her wardrobe but her sweet personality. I enjoyed my night with you Phoenix, oh and your dads too!