Category Archives: Dogs
Weekend Update: Dog Beach & River’s End Revisited
[singlepic id=862 w=320 h=240 float=left]Going to the beach with Australian Labradoodles is one of the most fun things a person can do. I can’t get enough of it. From what I can tell, the dogs don’t mind it, either. So, I imagine you are ahead of me on this one and have already guessed where we were this weekend. I took a new friend and her beautiful pup for their first trip to Huntington Dog Beach.
[singlepic id=556 w=200 h=120 float=right]Last November, I got to meet Susan and her pup Chloe (that’s Susan with Sam) Continue reading
Daily Dog: Doodle Trifecta
Sam, Penny and Luke in the front…
It’s fun to babysit the sister. Nothing, not even frisbee, could make Sam happier.
Huntington Dog Beach Fundraiser—a few pictures
[singlepic id=844 w=320 h=240 float=left]We had a nice time at the fundraiser tonight. It was a good turn out and we hope the Dog Beach made it’s goal! Thanks to everyone (including Tara at Fred’s Mexican Cafe) who made the evening such a great time for everyone. There were lots of pictures being taken by everyone…here are just a few from Puparazza’s cellphone camera.
Some Things Are Just Not Dignified…
Ever wonder how much of Sam is fluff and how much is dog? Well here it is, folks: the Dog to Fluff ratio. I’m not sure it’s so dignified, but he doesn’t look too traumatized.
Thanks again to our Sudsy Dog friends…seriously. I drop in and they give me tons of shampoo and extra towels. Cindi trims up around Luke’s eyes…they are great!
Huntington Dog Beach Fundraiser at Fred’s Mexican Cafe!
Monday, March 5, 6pm
Fund-raiser at Fred’s Mexican Cafe!!
Bring your dog to Doggie Date Night for a Dog Beach fund-raiser!
- Free meals for your dogs provided by Just Food for Dogs
- Merchandise and donation center to help save Dog Beach
- Great food and fun with your best friend
- Who could ask for anything more?!
For more information, contact Fred’s Mexican Cafe at 714-374-8226
300 Pacific Coast Hwy, HB
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Not a great photo…but…
This is what the Doodles looked like AFTER their the hike. They remained like this or in positions very similar to this for hours!