Your Afternoon Animal Fix

If you have any fun or interesting animal/pet photos please shoot me an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘Animal Fix’ in the title and say the name of your pet and what neighborhood you’re from or upload to the PoPville flickr pool with your pets name and neighborhood. I can’t guarantee I’ll get them all posted but I’ll do my best.

Photo by PoPville flickr user philliefan99

“Romeo, official store kitty of Metro Mutts (508 H Street, NE), greets me good morning in the front display window.”

“Beauregard accidentally fell into Rock Creek and had trouble getting out. He lives in 16th Street Heights.”

“Neko Chan, in Adams Morgan, helping trim the tree.”

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  • Glad Beauregard got out! Rock Creek is really high and fast right now, with very slippery, sometimes eroded banks, so do be careful with your dogs (and self.)

  • Neko-chan = kawaii!

  • Not saying you’re a bad owner in the least. But next time help him out of the water. Dogs don’t forget that stuff.

  • I imagine the poor dog was drowning while the owner and his roommate were cruising along P street beach … but that’s just conjecture.

    • While Beau’s owners may not believe in responsible dog walking, I certainly hope they are into personal responsibility while ‘traipsing’ through P Street Beach

      • Whoa – unnecessary harshness toward Beauregard’s owners here! That photo shows the creek not at dangerous level – just a dog being a dog who got in a bit of a silly pickle. Relax people – and sorry if my initial post read like it was implying mal-treatment. It was just meant as a warning for the creek today.

  • Beau was never at risk…geez…chill out people. And I did help the guy out. He does not like the water.

    • Were high on meth? K-hole? Elbows deep?

      • Are yall trying to be funny, cause it’s not working. Otherwise, lay off the guy. My two dogs do stupid crap to get themselves in a bit of a pickle all the time, I know when they need help and when they don’t, and I’m willing to trust Beau’s owner does too.

    • Oh. that’s good to hear. I guess it could be worse, the dog could be half blind.

  • anon. gardener

    I’m really glad Beauregard’s owner didn’t do something foolish like physically try to get the dog out and cause him or herself to fall in, too. That looks like a pretty big dog, people. Dogs can swim. This is a real animal, not a stuffed animal. I imagine the “help” he needed was his camera-wielding owner saying Here boy! come on! up! up!

    My dog is WAY smaller and he could have handled this without a problem.

  • Beaugate 2011. Sure to topple Mollygate of 2009 as most sensational dog story of modern times…

  • Romeo is the sweetest.Go Metro Mutts!

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