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Best Photos From “Dog Photographer Of The Year” 2017.

Best Photos From “Dog Photographer Of The Year” 2017.
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The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

The Overall Winner & Man’s Best Friend Winner – Maria Davison Ramos

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This is the sort of cuddly dog that wins you over in a heartbeat. Shot in the kitchen, Maria stated that the lighting was nowhere near perfect, but she was interested in capturing a heart-warming, yet realistic scene from everyday life.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Dog Portrait 1st Place – Anastasia Vetkovskaya

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A majestic Afghan with a stand-out haircut. He was destined to win this category.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Dog Portrait 2nd Place – David Yanez

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David named this photo “Sleeping Tiger”, and we can definitely see the resemblance. This one was taken after a long walk in the woods, and ‘Ray’ was visibly exhausted.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Dog Portrait 3rd place – Noel Bennett 

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‘Bella’ caught in a beautiful autumn ambient.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Dogs At Play 1st Place – Kaylee Greer

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This little fella was caught splashing water all over the place. The vivid colors depict the liveliness of summer spent with a good friend.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Dogs At Play 2nd Place – Rodrigo Capuski

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This pic was taken on a chamomile field far away from noisy urban areas. Definitely a treat for a playful dog.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Dog At Play 3rd Place – Will Hodcroft

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You can just tell that’s his favorite toy.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Puppies 1st Place – Mirjam Schreurs

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A very clear picture, of an innocent pup. Looks very wise already!

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Puppies 2nd Place – Tracy Kirby

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‘Fizzy’ is an adopted dog, and by the looks of it, she already has some modelling experience behind her.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Puppies 3rd Place – Ruud Lauritsen

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A German Shepherd Aiko photographed on a beach in Holland. This photo was taken after a few hours of ceaseless running across the sand.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Dogs At Work 1st Place – Sarah Caldecott

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Photo from County Durham. ‘Rita’ was caught in a long stretched during a training session.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Dogs At Work 2nd Place – Lucy Charman

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They got in before the storm.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Dogs At Work 3rd Place – Peter Steffensen

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Marley is a herding dog, and obviously a very passionate one as well.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

I love dogs because… (ages 11 to 17) 1st place – Julian Gottfried

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Julien wanted to capture the playfulness and amazement his dog has for the little things in life. We believe he did a good job.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

I love dogs because… (ages 11 to 17) 2nd Place – Summer Clark

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Earl, a Border Terrier, caught some sand in his moustache while playing on the beach.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Young Pup Photographer (Under 11s) 1st Place – Jay Case

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Taken on a New Years Eve, this pup was patiently waiting for the fireworks to start.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Young Pup Photographer (Under 11s) 2nd place – Dylan Jenkins 

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‘Mosey’ loves to lick the table and hang out with the family in the garden.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Young Pup Photographer (Under 11s) 3rd place – Samantha Hung

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A fluffy ball of happiness. This dog deserves a place in the top 3 for the cleanliness alone.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Assistance Dogs 1st Place – Alasdair Macleod

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A heartwarming photo of a 95 year old RAF veteran Mr. Duncan Currie and his new loyal friend.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Assistance Dogs 2nd Place – John Ferrett

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Reno helps his owner, a double amputee everyday, never leaving his side. A quiet moment in the park.

The 12th year of the “Dog Photographer Of The Year” competition is behind us. More than 10 000 people from across the world have sent the best photo they could conjure of their four-legged friend.

In this slideshow we’ve compiled the winning photos from this year’s competition. You’re about to see some impressive photography talent, and more importantly – epically cute dogs as well.

Assistance Dogs 3rd Place – Julie Morrish

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Photo taken at the charity “Veterans With Dogs” in a peaceful herb garden.

 

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