New York City is a vibrant, cutting-edge metropolis that’s home to millions of people — and about 425,000 dogs. To get some insight into the city’s canine residents, Brooklyn-based photographer Heather Weston got on their level (literally) and captured them in the pages of her book, Canines of New York. The end result is a whopping 500 photos of adorable pups across all five boroughs, plus info on each dog’s name, breed and some commentary from their two-legged companions.
Meet a few dogs from the book right here and pick up a copy of Canines of New York on Amazon.com. Canines of New York is published by BlueStreak Books.
Jaxx, Staten Island.
North, Brooklyn Heights.
Pretzel, Manhattan, Wall Street.
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