Tynan Huber Keaton is a 7 year old schnauzer whose spirit far exceeds his stature. He's a semi-professional hiker and nature enthusiast living in Vancouver, BC. http://www.flickr.com/tynanhuber
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That look you get when you’re so excited and you just can’t hide it after @instagram featured your photo and it’s officially the long weekend. they see me floatin’, they be hatin’ #whpgetlost #campingwithdogs

5 days ago comment 105 star 1,431

Life imitates art just as art imitates life, but in the end, we are all just wolves howling at the same moon. thank you to @jeartgallery for this ridiculously cool painting #whpimagination

2 weeks ago comment 103 star 2,261

Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams, telling myself it’s not as hard, hard, hard as it seems.

4 weeks ago comment 69 star 1,096

We chased our pleasures here, dug our treasures there, but can you still recall the time we cried break on through to the other side.

last month comment 55 star 1,575

Deep into that darkness peering, long i sat there wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no schnauzer ever dared to dream before #whpblackandwhite

March 2018 comment 70 star 1,374

Nights in white satin #whplandscape

March 2018 comment 85 star 1,611

Mars ain’t the kind of place to raise your kids, in fact it’s cold as hell. and there’s no one there to raise them if you did. and all the science i don’t understand, it’s just my job 5 days a week. a rocket man, i’m a rocket man 🚀

February 2018 comment 25 star 1,032

In touch with the ground-i’m on the hunt, i’m after you. scent and a sound, i’m lost and i’m found, and i’m hungry like the wolf.

February 2018 comment 41 star 1,454

I can’t feel my face when i’m with you, but i love it.

February 2018 comment 78 star 2,078

Life in the fast lane #brutallyhandsome #whpmoveit

February 2018 comment 78 star 1,693

Count your age by friends, not years. count your life by smiles, not tears #whpsmile

January 2018 comment 90 star 1,813

Keaton recently suffered a severe case of acute pancreatitis that landed him in the hospital. the direness of the situation came as a complete shock because he was perfectly healthy just days before. the onset of his illness was innocent enough, but his condition swiftly deteriorated. we ended up at the emergency vet where despite his protests, he was to be left for monitoring overnight. that was the longest night of my life. the unrelenting fear of losing my best friend was paralyzingly real. i prefer not to imagine how he must have processed being left alone in a foreign place-in pain, and far from the creature comforts of home and reassuring pat on the head. but after two agonizing days and nights and lots of iv therapy he was able to come home. i rejoiced as if i had won the lottery by simply witnessing him eat a meal and taking a drink of water after days of refusing to do so. and to see him finally take a normal poop, well... that was worth its weight in solid gold (with the emphasis on solid). these were all signs his pancreas was working again and it’s remarkable how quickly they rebound once the recovery process begins. it’s with great relief i can say he’s doing markedly better and full of his usual gumption and panache. his bout with pancreatitis has not abated his air of aristocracy for ruling the roost around the house either. because schnauzers are particularly prone to pancreatitis, his highness is now on a strict, low fat, gastrointestinal diet so hopefully he will never have to go through this again. i’m comforted by the fact he doesn’t harbour my fears that this might reoccur. he just goes out and does his thing and that thing that he does means the world to me. i hope my fellow schnauzer lovers will read up on preventative measures regarding pancreatitis (such as a low f*t diet) to safeguard their health, vitality, and stubbornness well into their adult lives.

January 2018 comment 409 star 2,259