Throw open the doors at Madison Square Garden during Westminster, and prepare to be overwhelmed. The many thousands of dogs competing in the event are everywhere-tucked into every corner, all being primped and preened, sprayed and brushed by their doting owners in preparation for the big event. But beneath all of that hairspray and […]
L.A. Goes To The Dogs!
Everyone in California knows that Los Angeles reigns supreme among the places to see and to be seen. This large geographically diverse city is one of the world’s largest sightseeing Meccas and attracts visitors from every corner of the globe. And, in the world of the tail-wagging doggydom, Los Angeles also gets a […]
Dogs’ Dinners of Newport, Rhode Island!
High society, in an effort to amuse and outdo the neighbors, celebrated lavishly in the “cottages” overlooking the water. Mrs. Elizabeth Drexel Lehr and Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish were co-hosts at the Lehr’s summer home, Ashleigh, and added their own special element to the staid dinner party. On the suggestion of Harry Lehr, they […]
Underdogs – Beauty is More than Fur Deep!
Americans always love an underdog. And why not? Triumph over the odds is at the heart of our most cherished national stories. This country began when the scrappy, rag-tag Continental army defeated the mighty British Empire, and it was largely built by struggling refuges from other lands. In many ways, victory of the underdog […]
San Diego’s Animal Athelets!
A skateboarding ferret and a windsurfing dog? Some things you just have to see to believe… Fatty is one cool dude who never fails to turn a lot of heads while zipping around town on his skateboard in San Diego, California. The reason for all of this attention is that Fatty is a […]
John Lund Digital Arts – Fanciful Dogs and Cats!
Fanciful, whimsical, surrealistic and silly. John Lund’s art is all that and much more. Whether it is the sly grin of a mischievous cat or an old dog’s saddest, “Feed me, I’m starving,” look, John Lund’s images speak clearly to us. These digitally created fantasies seem to amplify the ways we think about […]