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What A Mug! – 15 Photos Of Dogs Making Hillarious Faces!

September 9th, 2009

Dogs have an elaborate system of body language and facial expressions that they use to communicate with other canines and if we pay attention to these signals, we can gain a great deal of insight as well. However, sometimes dogs just make ridiculous faces and that’s what *this* post is all about! You can’t help […]

Classic Dog Article: Dog Photo Tips

August 3rd, 2009

Catching great photographs of dogs can be tough, but when you capture that great one – it’s truly fantastic. Dog lovers everywhere share their shots via flickr, twitter and facebook – so if you’d like to brush up on your skills and show off your pups, check out today’s classic article 10 Tips for Taking […]

Show Me That Tongue! – 13 Photos Of Dogs Sticking Them Out!

May 26th, 2009

To us, our dog’s tongue may just be a moist body part that often plants damp kisses of appreciation on whatever body part of ours it can easily access. To your dog it is a multifaceted tool used for lapping water, eating and tasting food, regulating body temperature through panting, grooming, play, wound cleansing and […]

Man’s Best Friend Through The Years – 15 Vintage Photos Of Dogs

March 31st, 2009

The first camera was patented almost 170 years ago and since that time dogs have been captured in photographs. Dogs played many roles in early photography, being represented as mascots, war dogs, guardians, hunters and entertainers. Of course, some older photos portray dogs serving the purpose most of us are most familiar with – beloved […]

BIG Dogs and the Little Dogs That Love Them – A Collection Of 15 Photos

March 24th, 2009

When I’m out walking with Lucian, we often encounter owners of very small dogs who immediately grab them up – thinking my 150+ lbs of mush wants to chomp their little dog down in one bite. What they don’t know is that the worst he’d do is drool on them a little (this is the […]

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