been cruising the internet and have found some fun sites for
you to enjoy:
The only website with all the latest events, news and trends
for the beloved Boston dogs. ...where Boston dogs go when
they hit the web...
You probably realize that you are a mere servant to your dog,
and obey their every command. But, did you know that this
is part of a larger, master-plan for your dog's breed to rule
the entire world?
This is n amazingly fun, fun, fun, totally dog website to
cruise around. They have 20,000 Dogs listed with profiles,
geographic location, etc.
just like dogster but for cats!
www.askdoglady.com - Advice on dogs, life and love. "Ask Dog Lady," was recently
named a "hot site" by USA Today, operates on the basic premise
that dogs are perfect while humans need help . . .We couldn't
- the name says it all. We love it. Nothing but photos of--yep,
you guessed it--dog noses. Cruise through the gallery and
submit your own dog nose photo if you want.
folks certainly have a jump on 2006, The Year of the Dog in
the Chinese calendar. Products include fun, colorful, festive
tees, hats, stickers and other items that encourage us mere
mortals to "Unleash Your Canine Spirit!" Each order is shipped
with a Fortune Cookie containing a doggie fortune for The
Year of the Dog. How fun is that? Check out their "Poop" page
to learn more about your sign if you were born in the Year
of the Dog. Woof!
- This is a great doggie websites. Chock-full of fun,
interesting, innovative, original products and product reviews
for dogs and their humans. Check it out!
of our Favorite Artists!
Deborah Samuel was our very first artist featured in the first
edition of the Animal Print. He work is amazingly mesmorizing.
We LOVE Rachale Hales photos. She is the artist feature for
our June/July 2005 issue. Check out all her beautiful and
sometimes silly photos of dogs, cats and other creatures.
We can't say enough about how dreamy this work is.
www.oldyellersrevenge.com - Cami Johnson is one of our
favorite photographers. The Animal Print featured her in a
past issue of the magazine (Volume 1, issue 12).
If you are looking for some of the most unique drawings ever
created, your have found the right place...drawings are mad
out of WIRE! While most of the work is human imagery, Mr.
Roelle has been know to create monkeys, dogs, bird cages and
a host of other creatures. He is available for commissions