We found these local pooches with their owners on the sidewalks of Bethesda





 



Spike, 12 y/o
West Highland Terrier
Favorite foods are carrots and gelato from Dolcezza in Bethesda

 


Bean, 1 y/o
Old English Bulldog
His owner, Rod Santos, takes him to work at Bethesda Vapor Company most days
 


Andrian, 5 y/o
Coton de Tulear
Breed was once the Royal Breed of Madagascar
   


Finley, 4 y/o
Labrodoodle mix
Woodmont and Rugby Lane

 


Pretzel
Vizsla
Pretzel is the CrossFit Bethesda mascot

 
 


Finn, 9 months
Cocker Spaniel
Adopted from a friend in the area; loves hiking at Great Falls

 


Sampson, 3
Australian Labrodoodle
Has his own Instagram account “TheRealSampsonForrester”

 
 


Charlie
Boston Terrier
Brindle color instead of black and white


 

 



Said, 8 y/o
Lab mix
Rescue dog whose name is Arabic for Happiness

 
    

Winston, 10 weeks
Berne-doodle (Bernese mountain dog and poodle mix)
Loves to steal his owner’s socks

 


Baxter, 5 y/o
Havanese
Isn’t afraid of larger dogs

 
 


Buddy (originally Harpo, but owner just took to calling him Buddy), 4 y/o
Poodle
Eats half a hot dog from Bold Bite every day with his owner for lunch

 


Delta, 2 y/o
Belgian Malinois
So well-trained, she doesn’t need a leash. Owner exposed her to as much stimuli as possible in her first 6 months to ensure she wouldn’t overreact to surprises

 
 


Ella, 13
Chihuahua and Corgi mix, mutt
Adopted from Montgomery County Animal Shelter. Spends every day with owner in Alley Cat Allies office

 

 



Sierra, 2 y/o
Pitbull/bull dog mix
 Loves to skateboard with her owner, Tyson, from Bethesda Board

 

Scarlett, 9 y/o
Mutt
Lives in a high rise in the center of Bethesda

 

 
Nala, 7 y/o
Teacup Yorkie
Tiny, but energetic, and can hike 10 miles with her owners

 


Reuben, 6 y/o
Terrier Mix
 Rescued from a shelter

 


Louie, 11 months
Pug

 
   
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