Here’s Wally the Welsh Corgi cosplaying as the 13 incarnations of the Doctor. I’m pretty sure he’d make a stunning Time Lord; fight off the Daleks, save the universe, sniff other dogs – you know, sh*t like that. If you want to see more Wally, you can follow him on Instagram.
So this awesome bull terrier and his owner get together for some awesome shots where the dog becomes a part of the illustration.
As an impulse and start, we probably would have thought the project from Japanese artist Aki Inomata was weird. A dog wearing a coat of human hair is definitely strange. But it doesn’t really seem that bad. The project is an exploration of relationship between people and their dogs.
Lords and Ladies of Westeros can keep playing their little game all they want. When all is said and done, the houses will fall before their true lords, the Pugs of Westeros. It’s difficult not to swear fealty to these pugs; they look pretty good and very much comfortable with the part they play.
Take your dog surfing with you, and dress it up in this cute shark fin life jacket. Paint it in shark colors, and pretend you’re a complete badass frolicking in the water with sharks. On a more pragmatic note, the fin can be used to grab your dog while they’re out swimming, and the jacket keeps them afloat making doggie paddling safer. The full body jacket is designed to keep the dog’s mouth out of the water. Costs $40.
We love dogs, but some breeds get to carry the tag of being “too aggressive.” Pit Bulls are one breed that often get labeled as aggressive and dangerous, and often have to pay for this reputation. Several of these dogs end up in shelters, labeled as “bully breeds.” Photographer Douglas Sonders is on a PR mission to remove the unjust tag from 14 breeds, that include the Pit Bulls, French Bulldogs and Boston Terriers.
Photographer Elke Vogelsang is quite a pro in capturing canines with the lens. We love our dogs, and the photographer creates captivating images that make these beautiful creatures look all the more better. When not photographing for clients, Elke turns her wide angled lens towards her own dogs, who it seems are glad of the attention. The dogs are so accustomed to the camera, Elke calls them her photography companion dogs.