Yesterday I met another Husky. His name is Ross and he is staying at the Seal Beach Animal Care Center. You can learn more about Ross here. Roos has been battling cancer for a while now and have survived two surgeries.
Ross is my new friend, and he came down to Sunset Beach again tonight and we had fun playing and walking together.
Also I met a gopher a couple days ago. See the video below
That’s wrong! Whatever you guessed, it’s probably wrong, because there’s no way you could figure out from this picture of my wet face covered with sand, with the beach in the background, what I had done. I drank water from … read more
Hi, I haven’t posted much since I moved in with Ken Bob and Cathy. I’ve been busy growing. However, I’ve also been busy having fun, so here are some photos from my trips to Huntington Dog Beach in Huntington Beach … read more
Rosie’s Dog Beach is named after Justin Rudd’s old bulldog (now passed, the dog, nor Justin – we saw Justin at the beach today). The waves are tiny compared to the waves at Huntington Beach Dog Beach. That’s because there … read more
Today, Ken Bob took me for a nice long run on the Bolsa Chica State Beach multi-use path with another barefoot runner, his two young human puppies, and Mr. Bill … OH NO! Gallery Links More photos at BarefootRunning.com IBRD … read more
Ken Bob and I went down to Huntington City Beach to help Barefoot Julian and Barefoot (mostly) Lauren get ready for the Ragnar Relay> I took Mister Bill to help too. I wanted to the the team mascot, but “Oh … read more
Katin just came into our home Sunday evening. He is a boy, despite his name. His name, Katin is from a surf shop down the street from us. We thought it would be cool to change his original name, “Katon” … read more
Psycho Herman Lee-Saxton (2002 February 1 – 2016 December 2) Purpose: To celebrate and share stories from the life of Psycho Herman, while walking and occasionally sprinting with Harley Davidson motorcycles (Herman’s Favorites). Bring your doggies! WHEN: 2017 January 1, … read more
Psycho Herman looked at the passing motorcycle, but could barely whisper a “woof”. Then he turned back as if to say, “What’s the point?” Not the usual, robust, deep, bellowing, “Come on! Let’s race with that motorcycle! Didn’t you hear … read more