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Disabled dog walks again thanks to 3-D printed prosthetics

Designers of 3-D printing are moving past human prosthetics and creating some for our beloved dogs. Derby, a dog who was born with a congenital deformity resulting in small forearms and no front paws, is now able to walk again thanks to his new… 302 more words

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Luiza Naslausky Photography

Today we feature photography by Luiza Naslausky from Palo Alto, California. Her main focus has been photographing dogs for adoption at DPS
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Marc Shoul photographs Johannesburg domestics walking their employers' dogs

Driving around Johannesburg early in the mornings, photographer Marc Shoul was puzzled by the number of domestic workers he saw out walking their employers’ dogs. “The complexion of servitude is pretty obvious in the city, even as things change,” he explains. 251 more words

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A photo series that juxtaposes dogs with famous authors

About a year ago, Italian photographer Dan Bannino adopted a shelter dog named Rothko. It was through Rothko that he realized how many dogs around the world suffered from deplorable living conditions. 159 more words

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Nomadic Adventures of a Man and His Dog Highlight Their Bond

There are few bonds greater than the love between a dog and its owner. John Stortz is an illustrator and traveler who takes his gorgeous canine called Wolf on adventures around the United States. 170 more words

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Wilfrid Wood's Dog Show

Sculptor Wilfrid Wood began his career as an apprentice headbuilder on satirical 80s and 90s TV show, Spitting Image, before becoming a freelance 3D designer, creating naughty, cartoonish and wonderfully crafted humans, animals and anthropomorphic letterforms. 86 more words

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Illustrations Of Pets Drawn Based On Their Personalities Are Perfect

As any pet owner knows, every animal has its own distinct personality, much like humans do. Artist Chris Beetow set out to capture these unique character traits — their true selves — in his latest portrait series. 351 more words

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