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from the Guardian

The Dog Photographer of the Year 2009

Credit: Liana Philips/The Kennel Club Winner in the Dog Portrait category'The dog's kennel is not the place to keep a sausage' - Danish proverb

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Animal photos of the week: 18 October 2013

Animal photos of the week: 18 October 2013 - Telegraph

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Environment

Julie Milne, from South East England, won second place in the Mammal Society's Mammal Photographer of the Year competition with this image of a fox licking a window. The Mammal Society's chief executive Marina Pacheco commented: "Foxes have hit the headlines recently for all the wrong reasons. However, this image helps to challenge misconceptions and shows an engaging side to the distant cousin of man's best friend..."

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from the Guardian

Dog Photographer of the Year 2012 - in pictures

One of the winners of the Kennel Club's annual Dog Photographer of the year competition.

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Noodle - Adorable, Quirky, Italian Greyhound! | VSPETS - Internet Pet Competition, Cutest Dog Contest | Enter your pet at www.VSPETS.com

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Please vote for Bella to win Taylor Wimpey's Pets Make A Home Competition... you can vote once each day till end of April. We will need hundreds of votes to win!

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The Shetland Sheepdog is related to the Rough Collie, both descended from Border Collies that inhabited Scotland. The Border Collies were brought to the Scottish island of Shetland & crossed with the Icelandic Yakkin, a small dog. By 1700, the Sheltie was completely developed. The dogs were used to herd & guard the sheep flocks of the Shetlands. Extremely smart, it excels at obedience competition. Some of the Sheltie’s talents include:herding, watchdog, agility, competitive obedience

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A lovely picture from the Dog Photographer of the Year competition 2009.

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The free pattern for Oliver Cat is on my blog; knit a tea cosy for the Tea Cosy Competition to help raise money for the Cancer Council.

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