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The Company of Dogs

The handsome fellow above is Mack – His owner was taken ill and thus unable to look after Mack anymore, so he was given up to the Dogs Trust Harefield. He has since been adopted by a lady who traveled all the way from Essex after seeing him on the internet.

Today marks the opening of “The Company of Dogs“. Dogs Trust have partnered up with Pets Pyjamas and the amazingly talented animal portrait photographer Gerrard Gethings to produce an exhibition that celebrates our four legged friends. Its a compilation of photographs  of celebrities dogs and rescues from the Dogs Trust Harefield. 

As I said the exhibition opens today (21st March) and runs until 29th March at 81 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4QS, open 10am – 5pm.

This doting face is Joyce – Sadly Joyce was part of an unwanted litter of Pointer cross puppies that came into Dogs Trust Harefield. Luckily for her she was snapped up quickly and headed off to her new forever home last month.

This smiley chappy is Ewok – His owners were unable to look after him anymore, so he landed in the helping hands of the Dogs Trust. Luckily for Ewok he headed off to his new home last month.

The above image is Dorry – At four month’s old Dorry along with her litter sibblings were abandoned and handed over to the Dogs Trust Harefield. She headed off to her new home last month and is settling in well with her family and her new doggy sibling.

These one-off prints will be auctioned off at the end of the exhibition in an online auction. The highest bidder will not only get their portrait, but it will be signed by the photographer and framed. All of the funds raised will be going to the Dogs Trust to aid them in the outstanding work that they do.

To read more heartbreaking and heart warming stories of these beautiful rescue dogs and find out a bit (be nosy, go on) about the celebrities and their dogs involved visit the Pets Pyjamas gallery page here.

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