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04/21/2021

An adorable little visitor to Dog Mountain made a (strangely quiet) friend! Thank you to @bigquillystyle and @a_baybay_2 for the photo!
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04/21/2021

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04/21/2021

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History and Standard of the Irish Setter
04/21/2021
History and Standard of the Irish Setter

History and Standard of the Irish Setter

The Irish Setter is an active, aristocratic bird dog, rich red in color and standing over two feet tall. With its flowing silky coat, long ears, soft expression and regal presence, this dog turns heads wherever it goes.

Timeline Photos
04/21/2021

Timeline Photos

The Kerry Blue Terrier is famous for his show-stopping blue coat. This onetime farm dog is an alert, adaptable, and animated watchdog and family companion.

Why do you love the breed?

04/21/2021
Tuck Up: What Is It and How do You Find It?
04/21/2021
Tuck Up: What Is It and How do You Find It?

Tuck Up: What Is It and How do You Find It?

Tuck up. To be a well informed dog owner, it’s another one of those terms you should know. A “tuck up” is a small-waisted waistline, the place where the body has a shallower body depth at the loin. It’s really important in some breeds, so let’s illustrate it in a more colorful way. Two guy...

04/21/2021
04/21/2021
Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Saves Child in Lake
04/21/2021
Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Saves Child in Lake

Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Saves Child in Lake

AKC Heroes honors dogs that have made a significant impact on an individual or community. We are looking forward to highlighting these inspiring stories and share them with you each week. This week we're highlighting Kingsley, the Wirehaired Pointing Gr...

Named After What They Knew
04/20/2021
Named After What They Knew

Named After What They Knew

In the matter of color in the Havanese, all colors and marking patterns are permissible and of equal merit. They are truly a marvelous array of tints and shades from black to silver, and a lot in between. In the “family” of browns, however, there is an interesting color name that doesn’t appea...

Extinct Breeds Live on in Our Dogs
04/20/2021
Extinct Breeds Live on in Our Dogs

Extinct Breeds Live on in Our Dogs

In the town of Llanidloes, Wales, you’ll find camping sites, guest houses, bistros and craft shops. What you won’t find is a strain of setter once known as the Llanidloes Welsh Setter, now extinct. The strain was already starting to fade away when Edward Laverack wrote his book, “The Setter,.....

The "Buoyant" Boerboel
04/20/2021
The "Buoyant" Boerboel

The "Buoyant" Boerboel

The Boerboel is the only South African dog breed created to defend the homestead, and it’s also the most agile of the mastiff breeds. As such, its movement should be powerful and purposeful – but also fluid and athletic. The AKC standard doesn’t include a word that appears in the breed standar...

Why dogs can teach humans about healthier ageing
04/20/2021
Why dogs can teach humans about healthier ageing

Why dogs can teach humans about healthier ageing

Our pet dogs could help extend human lives beyond their documented effects on people's wellbeing. Increasingly, studies are looking at how the domestic dog, Canis familiaris, is key to understanding cognition and processes involved in ageing—something that could improve both animal and human wellb...

04/19/2021

Folks, it's not too late to sponsor a challenge for our Photo contest on May 1, but you must contact us today! We want to announce the challenge asap so photographers have enough time to plan and execute their submissions.

First, a clarification. There is ONE photo contest, but many "subdivisions" of the contest, and each one is called a "challenge;"

We're getting questions, and most of them can be answered by visiting these three links. We recommend you look over all of them:

This first link explains when, how, and where to enter a photo challenge: https://nationalpurebreddogday.com/how-to-enter-npdds-2021-photo-contest/

This next link provides a list of all the different challenges there are at this minute: https://nationalpurebreddogday.com/a-list-of-all-2021-photo-challenges/

The final link is all the different challenges, but "fleshed out." These will be your guides as to who can enter, what the specific rules are unique to the challenge, and details about the prize: https://nationalpurebreddogday.com/photo-contest/

And finally, READ THIS! The number one thing that will get a photo disqualified is to ignore the rule about the “I ♥ Purebred Dogs” signs. It must be part of your composition, NOT PHOTOSHOPPED over the photograph. You can make your own sign, download and print one of ours, or even incorporate official NPDD gear from the website shop into the composition, but it has to be in the composition.

The Dachshund: The Canine Hell Gate Bridge
04/19/2021
The Dachshund: The Canine Hell Gate Bridge

The Dachshund: The Canine Hell Gate Bridge

The Dachshund has to be one of our favorite breeds to use as an illustration of form following function, and with this post, we touch upon the breed’s chest. Dachshunds were bred to “go to ground,” and that means furiously digging towards prey that’s often an ill tempered badger holed up in ...

04/19/2021

#Guessthebreed
Despite this breed's name, they are not actually native to Australia! They originated in Europe in the borderlands between France and Spain.

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04/19/2021

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Timeline Photos
04/19/2021

Timeline Photos

An off-duty Bloodhound is among the canine kingdom’s most docile citizens, but he’s relentless and stubborn on scent.

Why do you love the breed?

How old is your dog in human years? Scientists develop better method than 'multiply by 7'
04/18/2021
How old is your dog in human years? Scientists develop better method than 'multiply by 7'

How old is your dog in human years? Scientists develop better method than 'multiply by 7'

If there's one myth that has persisted through the years without much evidence, it's this: multiply your dog's age by seven to calculate how old they are in "human years." In other words, the old adage says, a four-year-old dog is similar in physiological age to a 28-year-old person.

Timeline Photos
04/18/2021

Timeline Photos

We follow the live feeds he does but can't share them - this though we can share. Look at that countryside.  Good Mornin...
04/18/2021

We follow the live feeds he does but can't share them - this though we can share. Look at that countryside. Good Morning everyone.

04/18/2021

“Man in the mirror” in process.(update)

#fanyu #fanyusculpture #art #artist #dogart #dogartist #dogsculpture #frenchbulldog #frenchie #frenchbulldogsofinstagram #frenchbulldogs

What a fabulous artist.
04/18/2021

What a fabulous artist.

I went to meet my friend Ally Moore for a walk on the Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park. While walking a lot o...
04/17/2021

I went to meet my friend Ally Moore for a walk on the Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park. While walking a lot of magic happened. Sometimes when we don't have any expectations the most unusual things just seem to happen. Today was one of those days...
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I am a digital artist/photographer. A lot of my work is creating memories of people and pets. My work endeavors to tell a story. Perhaps you would like to visit my page: facebook.com/judirichardsphotography
It was nice to see you at the dock doving today. Looking forward to seeing the pics you took of my boy and our friends!!
Hello, my name is Judi Richards, I am a photographer/digital artist. I would like to share with you my latest commission and Poppets story. The story may seem long, but this is how Tish Elisabeth Hudgens remembers her heart dog. facebook.com/judirichardsphotography Ok - I’m sending you Poppet’s story - it’s lengthy but I don’t want to leave any part of it out. I’d love to combine it with the story of how you created this piece and post/share it at the same time you do if that is ok with you. 😊 Tish Elisabeth Hudgens Poppet was my ♥️ dog, plain and simple. It has been almost a year since I lost her at age 11 & 1/2. I was so devastated by her passing, followed only six weeks later by my 12-year-old Doberman, Rainy, joining her at the Rainbow Bridge, that I couldn’t bring myself to even post about it. Since that time it’s been my desire to have something unique and beautiful created as a tribute to how very special she was and will always be to me, something that tells the story of her life and how she made my own life so much brighter. I’m am beyond happy to share that Judi Richards Photography has done a phenomenal job of doing just that, and has created that an artistic memorial beyond what I could have dreamed of. Her talent is amazing, and I’m so pleased to share what she has imagined and brought to life on canvas, a work of art for which I will always be indebted to her! She has managed to tell Poppet’s life story with only five photographs chosen from twice that many I provided for her. Making this project even tougher was the fact that Pop hated having her picture taken, so I don’t have very many I was able to “sneak” throughout her life. Poppet was special in so many ways. She was the alpha dog in my pack no matter what that pack included during her time - Dobermans, Frenchies, Dachshunds, and an assortment of others along the way. She ruled with dignity and grace - no heavy-handed intensity necessary; it was a no-nonsense aura she carried, and it was felt by all and respected. The main photo on the far left represents that part of her - serene, yet keeping a watchful eye out for anything unacceptable. Her huge Frenchie smile and dark bright eyes were her trademark and I feel the true essence of her soul and being, along with her wiggly flag-tail. You could see her intelligence in those eyes, and her sparkle and sense of mirth, like she had a wonderful joke to tell or was getting ready to pull your leg. She was the foundation of Sapphire Skies French Bulldogs, represented by the top right photo. I bought her purely as a loving pet and companion, but it wasn’t long before I was bitten by the show bug. I had shown dogs in obedience and briefly in confirmation much earlier in my life, so after obtaining permission from her breeder to show her, we gave it a try. She had a great personality for it, but she had that darned flag tail, so did not go on to earn her championship, but it was fun, and she was a winner in so many other ways, most importantly in bringing so much joy to my life during a time when I really needed it. She did produce two litters, the first being a brindle boy singleton - for those of you who know me - that’s my little quirky, funny, little alien, Panda, who I could not bear to part with and is living his best life with me still, now 9 years old. Her second and final litter produced my golden girls - Patience, Promise & Breezy. Breezy went to my friend Carrie Peterson and became her foundation bitch. I kept Promise and Patience - and Patience went on to produce my lovely Peyton (GCH Sapphire Skies Front Page News With TikiBull). I see so many wonderful qualities from Poppet in her, and I look forward to future generations. I think she and I did really well by each other. Poppet was confident, yet laid-back and a real sweetheart - just an all-around fun girl to be around. I took the middle photo of her laying on her back in the grass when she was about 5 months old, and it’s one of my favorites and feel it represents those qualities in her. And Pop embodied all the wonderful traits of a French Bulldog - she was a clown, happy-go-lucky, lovable, mischievous, sometimes naughty, stubborn and silly! One of her favorite things to do was to put her two front feet in a big water bowl and splash the water back on her tummy to cool down. It could be messy and sometimes exasperating, but always made me laugh, so I had to include a photo that represented that side of her down on the bottom right. And of course, the rainbow because she is no longer beside me here in the physical world, but at the Bridge where I will be reunited with her one day. She was a magical part of my life, and Judi has captured that magic and somehow transformed it into a remarkable work of art that I will always treasure! I cannot wait for the 16x20 original to arrive, and you will have to put up with me sharing again at that time! Judi is wonderfully talented and was amazing to work with, wanting to know Poppet’s story, everything about her and our journey together - she really listened and cared, and the results are more perfect than I ever imagined possible. Have a look at her fantastic, imaginative one-of-a-kind creations on her page, Judi Richards Photography. Just like I tell first-time Frenchie owners: this may be your first, but it won’t be your last - I feel that exact same way about Judi’s artwork!
This is a portrait I rendered of my Stumpy for his 11th birthday. It is a composite which includes Cutter, myself, the heron he chases up and down the beach, Cutter retrieving a stick from the sea, the old gear we sit on and the pylons that were part of the wharf at the Port of Union Bay where we walk almost every day. facebook.com/judirichardsphotography
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Thought everyone could use a little humor this evening... Stay safe and stay inside.
A very long but happy day at Crufts. Joseph Best Puppy, the only puppy but he showed well. Hattie ended her show career in her own inimitable fashion with a 2nd in Limit Bitch. She has done me proud for the last 6 years. Thanks to our judge Denise Bettis, and thank you Denise for your lovely gift of an embroidered show bag. Congratulations to Christine Bell and Stephen on Oliver's BoB, good luck in the Group.
These 2 seem to be lost over here in Taft and no one knows who their owner is
Seasons greetings Margaret Fox from all of us at Heels 2 Ewe Australian Cattledogs!!!!