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Friday, April 28, 2017

Victoria Cheyne

Editor-in-Chief

vcheyne@themaneater.com
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  • Photo from March 15, 2017

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  • Photo from March 7, 2017

    Our floofer experiment rolled over into Sunday. Bailey was Q’ing for _Whose Streets_, and it was a significantly uglier day than Saturday, so fewer dogs were spotted. However, I met Callie, a rescued, attention-loving redhound and labrador mix of approximately two and a half years. She loved getting her photo taken and licked the camera lens every time it was within reach. Callie also wouldn’t stop moving, which made for some blurry photography. (March 7, 2017)

  • Photo from March 7, 2017

    Casey is a young German pointer mix who made up for his small stature with his personality. He has a chocolate brown face and the most velvety little ears. (March 7, 2017)

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    Indigo is a shepherd puppy who regularly models for her Instagram account and knows how to find her light. She willingly jumped up on a bench and the ledge behind it to show off an impressive repertoire of poses. Basically, she would be a selfie queen if she were human. (March 7, 2017)

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    Lenny is a year-old Australian and German shepherd mix who had the most distinctive eyes, the left brown and the right multicolored. He was a sweetheart who worked the camera and loved to be petted. (March 7, 2017)

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    Milo is a tiny little poodle and Bichon Frise mix who was pretty fascinated by rocks — and kept trying to eat them. He also stood on his hind legs and smiled a lot, and it was all really cute. (March 7, 2017)

  • Photo from March 7, 2017

    We met Romeo on the Quad. He was nestled in the arms of his owner and harnessed up in a bright green mesh number. When we stopped to pet him, his owners informed us that not only was Romeo a wise old soul, but he was also Chief Dog Officer at his owner’s company. Romeo also has a Juliet whom he visits occasionally. (March 7, 2017)

  • Photo from March 7, 2017

    As we rounded our way back toward Shakespeare’s, we came across this scrappy fellow. We’re not embarrassed to say we hovered on the curb for a significant amount of time hoping his owner would finish her conversation so we could figure out this dog’s name and where he got that trendy sweater. Unfortunately, his owner was in for the long haul and ignored us completely. (March 7, 2017)

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