Today's your last chance to see this giant red balloon dog! As part of art fair Frieze New York, Paul McCarthy created this inflatable dog towering over Frieze's tent. At 80 feet tall, it's an interesting nod to Jeff Koons with one critic…Continue
Last week, many of you came and fell in love with a little boy named Julian and his huge Newfoundland dog named Max. Living on an island, just about Seattle, the duo share a sweet friendship that really shines through in every one of their shots. The mother and…Continue
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As far as adorable photos go on the Internet, nothing can quite beat the ones of a young child growing up with his or her pet. From the little Japanese boy and his French Bulldog to Russia-based…Continue
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On Tuesday, a small black affenpinscher with the most awesome name, Banana Joe, won the prestigious Best in Show award at the 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. He beat out more than 2,700 for the coveted title. The annual show brought out dogs from 187 different breeds which all first competed at the breed level. Then, each…Continue
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Though we'd previously seen the hilarious photo of a superhero dog all around the web, we didn't trace it back to pet photographer Serenah until today. Posing proudly in his starry cape and helmet, while sitting on top of a shopping cart, the dog is the epitome of awesomeness and the image is just one of those you can't erase from your memory.
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Photographer Gerrard Charles Gethings has a rare gift. He has the ability to capture the individual personalities of dogs with a quick push of a button. Set against a minimal background, he lets them shine in a way that never feels contrived and, instead, always feels honest.
Last year, Gethings came out with a book on Blurb called…Continue
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It wasn't too long ago that we proclaimed that Daisy, from Japan, was the cutest kitten in the world. Today, we think we've found her counterpart! Hailing from Melbourne, Australia is this little puppy that goes by the name Miss Xuxu. Photographer Thai Hoa Pham has captured the sweet-looking thing,…
This past August, over 100,000 of you fell in love with Ron Schmidt's wonderfully witty dog portraits, making it one of our most popular posts that month. Today, we bring you 12 more photos from his collection, called…Continue
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Photographer Winnie Au teamed up with her two sisters to make “Canine Chronicles: 1900-2000, A Century of History’s Most Notable Dogs,” a collection of fun, vintage-style photos profiling 10 fictional dogs who helped guide their creative counterparts. These include innovators like Mark Twain, Madonna, Charlie Chaplin, and Coco Chanel. Our favorite was their final image choice, a…
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We were waiting for Banksy to strike again and it looks like he has! Banksy's left his latest mark in San Francisco. This first SF piece is in reference to his stencil in LA that was recently stolen.
His second piece was just spotted in Chinatown… Continue
In its documentary Extraordinary Animals In The Womb, National Geographic captured rare highly detailed images of animals at various stages of gestation. Now you can see fetal dog, elephants, penguins, and dolphins still inside the womb.
Using advances in scanning and imaging technology to trace the gestational paths of animals outside the human family, the documentary footage is actually a combination of digital…
Miss Ellie, a a pure breed Chinese crested hairless from Tennessee, just won the title of World's Ugliest Dog Competition at Sonoma-Marin Fair in California. She's reported to be around 15 years old, has only a couple of back teeth, cataracts in both her eyes, several moles and pimples and limited hair. Some may think she's a site for sore eyes but with that smile…Continue
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The winner of the best in show prize at the 2009 Westminster Dog Show was chosen yesterday. He was a Sussex Spaniel named Stump who was 10 years old, the equivalent of 70 in human years. Way to go old fella. You beat out seven youngins for the premier prize at the country's oldest dog show. Final contestants included a Scottish deerhound named Tiger Woods, a Puli known for its dreadlocks and a nervous Scottish terrier.