Saturday, January 9, 2016

Book Review: The Dogist

The Dogist by Elias Weiss Friedman
Published by Artisan Books
 
There are few people in the world who don't smile when they see pictures of dogs, and I don't trust the few people in the world who don't smile at pictures of dogs. Since I know none of you are among that group, I knew that it would be a real treat this Saturday morning to share with you a cute little coffee table book that is primarily that: brilliant photos of adorable dogs!
 
First, the Dogist is the brainchild of photographer and Philadelphia native, Elias Weiss Friedman. Now living in New York City, Friedman has makes his living combining two of his favorite things: dogs and photography. Author of a wildly popular blog, Friedman took to the streets of New York City, a place filled with people to catch their 4-legged friends in action!
 
The secret for capturing these amazing images? A squeaky tennis ball, and a pocket full of chicken jerky. Enjoy!
 

Dino, French Bulldog, 3-months old; Brooklyn, New York - Photo Credit EWF
 
Piggy, Boston Terrier, 2-years old; New York, New York - Photo Credit EWF
 
Nelly, Red Nosed PitBull Terrier; New York, New York - Photo Credit EWF

Chelsea, Terrier/Poodle Mix, 5-years old; New York, New York - Photo Credit EWF

Bruni, French Bulldog / SUPERMAN; Brooklyn, New York - Photo Credit EWF
 
The book is really a delight for dog lovers, with 1,000 cute faces from puppy to wise old hound. The Dogist is the perfect book to gift the pet lover we all know, and a great book to keep in our own library. I dare you to pick this one up without immediately forming a great big smile! Grab your copy, and a gift copy for a friend via the Amazon link below.
 

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