Dry Dog : Wet Dog

Pet photographer Serenah Hodson’s new project is titled, as you might guess, “Dry Dog Wet Dog.”

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Quoting the article on My Modern Met, she says “Dry Dog Wet Dog came about with washing my own dogs. Their personalities change when they know it’s bath time.”

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“So I decided to create a series of the different looks and not only personalities but the difference in look from groomed to wet.”

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“We get such great texture on the dog when the hair is wet.”

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“Some dogs look completely different when wet and this was the joy I wanted to capture.”

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Comments

  1. They all look a tad sad or upset in the “wet” pictures. Poor puppies. 😦

  2. Bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

    Oh, goggies, you are adorable, dry or wet.

  3. I thinks I smell wet cuteness ..

  4. Yup, I’m not happy either when sitting in the beauty parlor with the dumb cape, wet hair and no stylist to be seen. These pups have more panache than I do dry or wet.

  5. Mingles' Mommy says:

    I feel like that first dog is just completely oblivious (“… Huh?”) while the rest go from “Yay! I’m a dog!” to “Bummer.”

  6. The top one has Debbie Harry’s 80’s Shag Cut down to a T.
    I also like how many wet photos are accompanied by “But I trusted you!” facial expressions.

  7. That one little guy in set number 4 goes from “You’re my best friend” to “You will pay dearly for this”

  8. Mebbe we can has “Impending Doom” tag?

  9. I love how the wire-hairs look the same.

  10. Soggy Doggy! Soggy Doggy!
    Soggy Doggies!