Since many people love their pets like they do people, it makes sense that they would want to feature them as in photos and artistic portraits. Jack Kenner found his niche in canine photography, or furtography.
"I didn’t need words to communicate with my twin Westies, just calm body language, plus a few squeaky toys and treats," Kenner explains.
Some of his best canine photos are showcased in his book Dogs I’ve Nosed, which will soon be supplemented by a sequel, Dogs I’ve Nosed II.
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Jack Kenner's 'Dogs I've Nosed' Showcases Animalistic Expression
- By: Susan HartzlerJan 16, 2009