— New York photographer Sophie Gamand talks about catching dogs in the act of being bathed.
— We take a walk down memory lane with Milo the cat and Otis the Pug. How much did you love this movie!
— Our dogs have rescued me far more than I've ever rescued them. Perhaps you know the feeling. Enter to win a DVD of "My Dog the Champion."
— The man who's shot some of film and TV's biggest names talks about dogs, adoption, and fun shoots.
— It will be like the Blessing of the Animals at St. Francis of Assisi -- except at a different place, with different clergy, and big fiberglass Dachshunds.
— John Law says the regional icons from a defunct eatery chain need extensive repair.
— His canine creation became an iconic piece of pop art, but he never forgot his Louisiana roots.
— The Act of Dog art project aims to memorialize the countless shelter animals lost to euthanasia.
— Lumpy the Bulldog overcame odds so great that Scruffy's mom wanted him to be recognized.
— For Adopt a Senior Pet Month, we're giving away two copies of the book by TV producer Tom Cohen.
— November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, and Dogster has 2 copies for this giveaway.
— The message of my book is simple –- the bond between a dog and his human is healing, for both the human and the dog.
— Readers submitted photos and data, then we chose finalists -- the winner will be immortalized in a superhero illustration.
— Dogs are powerful symbols -- and the companies could easily give something back to dogs.
— Using high-speed techniques, photographer Carli Davidson captures the many strange and wonderful faces dogs make when they "Shake" it all out.
— What's better than goofy dog faces paired with rhyming verses? And we're giving three copies away!
— Enter to win a superhero illustration of your dog from the artist behind the website HeroMachine.
— At the art gallery exhibit, dogs can make drawings while raising money for a local animal shelter.
— The “Chicks for Pits” project is raising money for Dino's House, a rescue that takes in Pits and dogs like them in Israel.
— Someone will -- it's the famous "Balloon Dog" sculpture by Jeff Koons, which is being auctioned.
— Stay weird, SF: Yarn artist Olek crochets covers for the iconic dog heads that once populated the city.
— Artist Stephen Huneck and his wife Gwen created the center dedicated to loving and cherishing dogs.
— The instructor-led classes allow guests to paint their pets in a party atmosphere.
— We interview the owner of "Tillie," who has had 20 solo exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe.
— She pulled in $15,000 last year from her work. And she donated all of it to dog rescue efforts.
— Rebecca Fischer creates dazzling, colorful portraits of dogs -- yours could be next, if you enter to win.
— Q: How do dogs celebrate St. Patrick's Day? A: With really bad poetry!
— For my book, "I’m a Good Dog," I visited everywhere from Denver (where Pitties are banned) to New York where they sing at bars.
— The artist draws dogs with as few lines as possible, but we still get the picture.
— Janet Healey and Joe Grisham photograph shelter dogs for cards that help the animals find homes.
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