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MONICA VAN DER MADEN Monica began taking photos of dogs eighteen years ago, and has been professionally snapping man?s best friend for the best part of a decade. Anyone wishing to visit, should contact the Art Gallery office . The other category winners were: Elinor Roizman from Israel, who won the ?Dogs at Play? category with a photo of Lili the Pomeranian chasing a giant bubble on the beach: ELINOR ROIZMAN Klaus Dyber from Germany, who won the ?Puppy? category with a beautiful image of Ceylin the 3 month-old Italian Greyhound: KLAUS DYBA Carol Durrant from the UK, who won the ?Portrait? category with a stunning image of three Flat Coated Retrievers: CAROL DURRANT Tracy Kidd from the UK who won the ?Dogs at Work? category with a group shot of spaniels and retriever dogs after a day of working hard: TRACY KIDD ?Man?s Best Friend? winner Joana Matos from Portugal: JOANA MATOS ?Young Pup Photographer? winner, Mariah Mobley from the United States: MARIAH MOBLEY And Tamara Kedves from Hungary who won the ?I Love Dogs Because?? category: TAMARA KEDVES The winner of the ?Assistance Dogs? category was Dean Mortimer from Castle Combe, Wiltshire, who captured the unique bond between man and dog as German Shepherd Dog, Rocko comforted his ex-soldier owner who suffers from PTSD: DEAN MORTIMER Sonya Kolb from New Jersey in the United States was named as the winner of the ?Rescue Dog? award for her intimate portrait of a rescued Labrador and his loving new owners. I always try to capture the image of a dog in a way that you can see the emotion in their eyes, when I took this picture in the forest early one morning, Noa looked at her owner and you could feel the love between them. 1117 SHARES Related Items: Recommended for you Click to comment Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. The exhibition is open to the public and free to visit by appointment. Now in its thirteenth year, the international competition received almost 10,000 entries from over 70 different countries around the globe, including China, Israel, Russia, Argentina and South Africa. All of the winning images plus the photos that placed second and third for each category will be on display at the Kennel Club in London from July 16 until October 5, 2018.1117 SHARES Winners have just been announced in ?The Kennel Club Dog Photographer of the Year? competition, an annual dog photography contest organized by the UK-based animal welfare organization.? The Kennel Club?s Dog Photographer of the Year competition comprises ten categories: Portrait, Man?s Best Friend, Dogs At Play, Dogs At Work, Puppy, Oldies, I Love Dogs Because? (for entrants aged between 12 and 17 years old), Young Pup Photographer (for entrants aged 11 and under), Assistance Dogs and Rescue Dogs. After finding out she had won the world?s largest canine photography competition, Monica said, ?I am very grateful to be the overall winner of the Dog Photographer of the Year competition. To view all the winning images visit:?. SONYA KOLB The Kennel Club Charitable Trust will donate ?500 to the charities of both? The ?Assitance Dogs? and Rescue Dog? award winners? choice, Service Dogs UK and Monmouth County SPCA respectively. Photography is what I love doing the most. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Monica van der Maden from the Netherlands was chosen as the overall winner of the competition with her image of Noa the Great Dane seemingly alone in a forest, which placed first in the ?Oldies? category, the first time an image from this particular group has been picked as an overall winner. . Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment

?We wanted to thank him for being such a good boy,? Lynn told . ?I can?t explain how much that means to us, and my family and I are beyond appreciative,? Lynn?s son Alec Karcher wrote in a Tweet to Burger King corporate, adding the employees at the location are ?the best around. Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.946 SHARES When a Burger King restaurant learned why one of their customers came in for a plain burger, they offered a terminally ill dog free cheeseburgers for the rest of his life. Lynn Morris and her family celebrated their Boxer/Lab-mix?s 10th birthday last March. The manager immediately offered Cody free Burger King cheeseburgers from their location every day for the rest of his life. . Determined to make the most of whatever time Cody has left, Lynn said, ?I thought, ?If I were a dog, what would be on my bucket list?'? Lynn and her family decided to?treat Cody to his favorite meal every day ? cheeseburgers! Before the cancer diagnosis, the family were very careful about Cody?s diet, but began offering him a plain cheeseburger each day to both comfort him and help him take his many medications. Sadly, they soon learned it could be his last. Cody was diagnosed with an aggressive bone cancer and given only a few more months to live. ? Karch (@AKarchh) 946 SHARES Related Items: Recommended for you Click to comment Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. She quickly went to find the restaurant manager and explained the unusual request.? Thanks to for showing so much love and kindness towards my family and our dog, Cody. It?s appreciated more than words can describe. Most days, they made the burgers at home, but during a visit to their local Burger King fast food restaurant chain in Toledo, Ohio, an employee learned why the plain cheeseburger was such an important order

LeSage said that after putting an end to the canine?s crime spree, the Pug tried to hop in the back of his police car, ?but her short little legs couldn?t make it into the car, so I had to lift her up. Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Must be ruff! 213 SHARES Related Items: Recommended for you Click to comment Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. Bean?s owner said the Pug was safely back at home, resting comfortably after her crime spree. . Cape May Police Patrolman Michael LeSage responded to a call about the suspicious canine character when she was spotted trespassing in the backyard of a neighbor?s home. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Bean?s family arrived at the station and posted bail, ending the Pug?s jail stint.213 SHARES A New Jersey Pug was arrested after evading her owners and trespassing across Cape May backyards over the weekend.? Naturally, the Pug took advantage of her right to remain silent, leading police to reach out to the public for help: It took a few hours before the Pug was identified as Bean, a Pug visiting Cape May with her family from Baltimore, Maryland

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