Tag Archives: dog photos

Classic Video: How to Take Better Dog Photos, for Adoption or Otherwise, with Seth Casteel


Written by: Phil Monahan

Photographer Seth Casteel offers up some of his tricks. . .and the results are impressive.

Photographer Seth Casteel burst onto the scene back in 2012 when his series of “Underwater Dogs” photos went viral. Casteel has used his newfound fame to promote dog rescue and . . .

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Dog Dumped At Shelter Because Of His Skin Condition Finds a Forever Home


Written by: Phil Monahan

Oso’s foster mom is getting him ready to go to his new forever home.
Photo via thedod.com

Just before the Fourth of July, a family dumped their dog, Oso, at a Southern California shelter because they didn’t want to deal with his skin problems–caused by  alopecia and. . .

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Photos: Is This the Best Dog Beach in the World?


Written by: Phil Monahan

A cute dog enjoys playing in the ocean at Croatia’s Podvorska Beach.
Reuters photo by Antonio Bronic via aol.com

We like to think that we’re pretty progressive about dogs in this country, but check out the amenities at Podvorska Beach, in Crikvenica, Croatia. The pebbled beach has a shower just. . .

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Petfinder: A Helping Hand for Hank


Written by: Daryl Kenny

Highly Adoptable Hank
Photo by Petfinder

Sometimes all a guy needs to make himself appealing is a little polish! Such was the case with Hank, who arrived at the Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue with some behavior issues. Hank is a sweet-tempered two-year-old who came to the Rescue from a shelter in West Virginia. His previous owners had gotten him as a very young puppy, and were unprepared for the energetic demands of a full-grown dog….

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Project Unconditional Photo 34: “The Squirrel Wrangler”

Written by: Jane Sobel Klonsky, Project Unconditional


Mariah and Weslie share a moment on a chilly Vermont day, when the squirrels were in hiding.
Photo by Jane Sobel Klonsky

Manchester, Vermont—Weslie knows Mariah was a bane to the local fauna, making a sport of squirrel-chasing and crow-stalking, sneaking up on the noisy birds with a degree of stealth. . .

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