Small dogs on the move

October 24, 2006 at 2:11 pm 1 comment

I walked around Central Park on my lunch break hoping to meet a small dog to feature on here but I only saw large dogs. Rottweilers, German Shepards, Golden Retrievers. Since this is an official scientific study, you might be wondering, “what exactly constitutes a small dog?” I suppose I should define that. Small dogs are any dog (or dog like being) that is typically below the knee and can be held in one’s hands or arms.

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I saw these Licorice Scotties at Trader Joe’s this past weekend but they only have them in black licorice. There’s no denying that small dogs are extremely edible.

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I don’t know how to link to my two previous posts so I am going to cut and paste them below for your reading enjoyment.

Monday, October 23, 2006

Perhaps I am jumping the gun a little but Halloween is almost upon us. There’s no denying that small dogs + costumes = brilliance.

Here are a few from an interoffice forward:

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Several websites are already sold out of these gems but you can still order them here.

Friday, October 20, 2006

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Buster lives with my family in Pennsylvania. He is a wired hair Jack Russell, though the vet told me he’s probably not a purebred. He is known to take Milo and Otis like adventures with Rose (my family’s Black Lab and resident NON-small dog). Once, he found his way to Delaware, care of an employee of the Great Valley Corporate Center. We looked for him for a good 24 hours and posted signs hoping for his safe return. I had visions of him falling through the ice of our pond and frozen solid beneath the surface, that is until the ASPCA informed me otherwise. I had to drive over an hour in a snow storm to pick him up. His primary caretaker is my Nana. If he so much as strays 10 feet from the kitchen door she shrieks his name at a decibel that could break glass. My step-father and I believe that he would love the city, and often discuss how I should take him for a visit and carry him around on my chest in a baby carrier, obviously because we are both mentally ill.

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Entry filed under: OCTOBER 2006.

Small dogs on parade

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  • 1. Stephanie  |  October 24, 2006 at 11:32 pm

    Just knowing that you’re out there, posting about small dogs every day, gets me out of bed in the morning.

    I can’t get the image of that dog as Princess Leia out of my head! It’s the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen!

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