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Wet Dog

by Sophie Gamand

Humorous and Funny Books The Real World

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Portraits of any number of dogs undergoing their regular shampoo and set. Some long-suffering, most resigned and just a few enjoying the whole thing. A lovely array of dogs, some very high maintenance but with a good number of streetwise dogs too. All wet, all gorgeous with many a why me and what now expression on their faces. ~ Sue Baker

 

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Wet Dog Synopsis

Wet Dog is a hilarious series of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposed at a vulnerable and humiliating moment, the soggy doggies wiggle, shake, haul themselves out of the groomer's soapy grasp. Their priceless expressions are caught by photographer Sophie Gamand.

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ISBN: 9781781314098
Publication date: 15/10/2015
Publisher: Aurum Press Ltd
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781781314098
Publication date: 15th October 2015
Author: Sophie Gamand
Publisher: Aurum Press Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 144 pages
Genres: Humour, The Real World,
Categories: Dogs as pets, Photographs: collections,

About Sophie Gamand

Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, her photographic work revolves mostly around dogs. Sophie's photos explores the complex dynamics that arise in the relationship between dogs and humans. She has completed several series covering a wide range of subjects from the stray dogs of Dead Dog Beach in Puerto Rico to the high fashion chihuahuas of New York City. Sophie's whimsical and humorous work has been internationally recognized. In January 2014, shortly after Wet Dog received world-wide attention, her series Dog Vogue went viral too. More of Sophie's work: www.StrikingPaws.com

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