My dog day of summer

One of my favorite people in New York is not even a person. It’s this little smoosh of a Brussels Griffon, Bisoux. Or BZ for those that know and love her. Which is basically everyone.

Happy Bisie

Happy BZ.

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Pensive BZ. Or is it Stalking BZ? Do dogs stalk? Oh who cares, isn’t she ADORABLE???

Bisoux is French for “kisses”. And you haven’t lived until you’ve gotten a kiss on the nose from BZ. I hadn’t seen her or her daddy, Mark, in a bit and needed a fix. Happily they were hanging out at the dog run at Tomkins Square Park in the East Village. Along with these characters….

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You can’t see it but Mark has a treat in his hand. It’s an organic vegan treat. That’s what the world has come to. Or at least the world of East Village dog parks.

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I almost put this little boo boo in my purse to take home with me.

After a few hours of catching up while watching the canine shenanigans we decided to grab a bite somewhere nearby. One of the coolest things about BZ is that she’s actually part Brussels Griffon part Monkey mix. She likes to climb. Especially up on her dad.

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She’d stay there all day if Mark let her.

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Which he does.

The only time I go to the East Village is if I’m meeting Mark and BZ. I know zero about the neighborhood but plan on doing some exploring this summer. Mark suggested we keep with the theme of the day and grab a couple of dogs at Crif Dogs on St. Marks Place. If you were to look up the definition of a “joint in the East Village” you’d see a picture Crif Dogs.

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This thing scared me a little. WTF?

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Mark got two of the Chihuhuas (Bacon wrapped dog with avocados and sour cream), with a side of angioplasty.

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I settled for a plain ole’ Crif Dog with relish. It was goooooood.

Crif’s doesn’t allow dogs but we like to live on the edge.

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Shhhh….be vewy, vewy quiet.

Have a great weekend you guys. Next time you hear from me I’ll be blogging from across the pond.

xo



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