“From left to right, Schuster is a Corgi/Husky mix, Simon is of unknown breeds, and Sobey is a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.”
a panoply of stubby legs~
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English folklore has the ominous legend of the Black Dog (the Grim), a beast whose appearance presages doom, death, or, at best, despair The Black Dog can be a symbol of evil. It is more commonly an omen of something bad to come. Bad luck from the olden days when Europe and the British Isles were pagan. Pre-Christianity. Some seem attached to families, while most are rather random but specific to their locality.
But there are also reports, some of them first-person, of wayfarers (especially lone females) being protected by Black Dogs. There is also a legend of a benevolent Black Dog, who appears to guide travelers to a safe haven. Black dogs are sometimes seen as guardians of a soul when it travels between planes and such.
(Source: darren-kryptonite, via lunarbahamut)
Chowder says good morning! (Taken with Instagram)
One of Chowder’s cutest photos.