Pixel, Italian Greyhound, Suffolk & Stanton St, New York, NY


Puppy Face, Pit Bull, Fulton & Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY


Mojo, Pug, McCarren Park, Brooklyn, NY


Koko, Pit Bull/Dachshund mix, Spring & Greene St, New York, NY


Kernel, mix (1-2 y/o M) – Available for adoption from @bullyprojectnyc.


George, Boston Terrier, 42nd & Dyer Ave, New York, NY


Jozsi & Mallory, Vizsla & mix, Stony Beach, Woods Hole, MA


Seamus & Ollie, Goldendoodle & Pit Bull/Boxer mix, Center & William St, Vineyard Haven, MA


Rosie, Chihuahua/Schnauzer mix, Stony Beach, Woods Hole, MA


Uzi, Boston Terrier, Water St, Woods Hole, MA • Happy 4th of July!

Copper, mix, Marine Park, Brooklyn, NY


Walter & Monkey, Dogue de Bordeaux & mix, Grand & Berry St, Brooklyn, NY


Monty, Pointer, Pier 84 Dog Park, New York, NY


Beatrice, Long-haired Chihuahua (9 y/o) – Available for adoption from @poshpetsrescue


Fiona, Chihuahua/Dachshund mix, Union & Powers St, Brooklyn, NY


Popeye, mix, Grand & Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY (at AURORA Brooklyn)

Thank you for wlaking your dogs,
The Dogist

Dogs Dressed As Their Owners


Source: Sebastian Magnani’s portfolio via fubiz




“My favourite artist is nature, which I try to imitate while adding my own personal view of life, the universe, and everything in between,” writes Elke Vogelsang, a professional photographer based in Germany, who mainly shoots people and pets.
‘We always had dogs in our family and my mother is a photography enthusiast herself. I always had a camera with me on all school excursions and holidays. Therefore, dogs and photography always played a major part in my life.
I could spend all day taking photos of dogs, i never get tired of their beauty, energy and patience. One of the most exciting parts of my job is to get to know so many different characters among my animal models. Each and every one of them is so unique and amazing. Every photo session is unpredictable and I love the surprises and challenges.’In her spare time she snaps photographs of her dogs Noodles, Ioli and Scout.

Enjoy the happiness of these 3 souls!



Photographer: TIM FLATCH



Today i would like to share with u guys this campaign done by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), which is the world’s largest independent conservation organization with over 5 million supporters worldwide, working in more than 90 countries, supporting around 1300 conservation and environmental projects around the world.

With the mission to halt and reverse the destruction of our environment”, WWF is trying hard to make this world a better place,
If you save their life, you save yourself!

Enjoy the passion and the light of these images…. Who painted the hands is awesome!

Thank you for your time!


As custodians of the planet it is our responsibility to deal with all species with kindness, love and compassion. That these animals suffer through human cruelty is beyond understanding.

Enjoy your day!


Nell’Oceano Pacifico c’è un regno di corallo: si chiama Kimbe Bay. Secondo il fotografo David Doubilet “è un mondo ancora più alieno dei confini dello spazio”. Ma a differenza del gelido spazio questo universo vive e respira, ospita galassie di pesci e formazioni coralline spettacolari quanto l’esplosione di una supernova. La baia si apre come la coppa di un calice sulle coste della Nuova Britannia, isola appartenente a Papua Nuova Guinea.
“Alcuni reef”, spiega il fotografo (che ha visto il suo primo reef a 12 anni), “sono cinetici, come un quadro astratto di Jackson Pollock”. Quello di Kimbe invece è “languido, come un quadro impressionista di Monet”.
Censire la vita marina che fluttua, nuota o zampetta tra quelle correnti equivale ad essere testimone della vera ricchezza della biodiversità: l’elenco comprende 563 specie di coralli (più della metà di tutte quelle esistenti) e circa 900 specie di pesci corallini, da esseri straordinariamente minuti come l’ippocampo pigmeo, più piccola dell’unghia di un mignolo, al maestoso capodoglio…
Enjoy it !

Una damigella domino nuota con un trio di pesci pagliaccio a Kimbe Bay.

Le pinne distese come ali, una tartaruga embricata vola nell’acqua tra pesci pipistrello e barracuda.

Animali simili a piante, i crinoidi catturano in plancton sospeso nelle acque di Kimbe.

Un giardino di delicati coralli cresce nelle acque protette di una penisola. I reef di Kimbe sostentano i pescatori locali.

Una “torre di barracuda” alta 20 metri si erge di fronte agli occhi del fotografo.

Ventre affilato e corpo piatto, il pesce rasoio nuota in formazione alla ricerca di riparo tra i rami delle rosse gorgonie a frusta.

Fonte: National Geographic


Yeah i put that kinky titel on purpose…..But now that you assured yourself that the dogs are truly  sitting, and not anything else,  put on some classical music, grab a cup of tea and have a seat while enjoying  Maarten Wetsema‘s canine portraits. The dogs may not be ball fetching, but the pictures are. definitely.



Jennifer Greenburgs rewrites history with cats & dogs