Lenny the office dog Lenny is the star of the Wistia office, and was the inspiration behind their campaign to find the best office dog. Got a contender? Make a short video and send it their way. All the details are in this link. In the meantime, check out Lenny's video to bring a smile to your day at the desk.
The Dogist Documentary maker E.J. McLeavey-Fisher spent some time with dog photographer Elias Friedman aka The Dogist to find out just how, and why, he captures so many four-legged friends.
Ty Foster Ty and Magic We catch up with dog photographer Ty Foster, the man behind the amazing book 'Lick', to get the lowdown on peanut butter, cones of shame and his photogenic pit-mix Magic
Good Licks Lick, click The idea for photographer Ty Foster’s book ‘Lick’ came when he needed a new and tantalising treat for his clients – canine, that is. Peanut butter, applied to the end of the nose, has created some hilarious and adorable photos and a new book, ‘Little Licks’ featuring his younger subjects, is to follow.
Charlie Chicken There aren't many canine artists in the world, at least that we can think of. This great video of Brooklyn-based Charlie Chicken changes that. Watch as the rescue from Puerto Rico struggles to get to grips with the meaning of his work, and debates the work, and lack, of canine psychologists Director/Editor/Colorist/Screenwriter/Voiceover: Ed David (kittyguerrilla.com) Camera Operators: Adam Welz, Ed David, John Larson (adamwelz.net) Concept by: Lily Henderson & Ed David (lilyfranceshenderson.com) Executive Producer: Lars Von Trier
Of Dogs and Men Check out the trailer for the extraordinary film Of Dogs And Men, out soon, which explores a disturbing trend in American law enforcement: the shooting of pet dogs. From SWAT raids to simple calls, and even visits to wrong addresses, America is seeing more and more incidents of officers using lethal force against a family pet they deem a threat
Of Dogs And Men - Interview with filmmaker Patrick Reasonover It’s believed that 10,000 dogs are shot by the US police force every year. When filmmaker Patrick Reasonover heard this statistic, he realised the importance of opening a dialogue between the dogs’ owners and the officers. Here, he discusses his unflinching film and the hope it has, perhaps surprisingly, created.