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We took an inordinate amount of doggie portraits this year… so here they all are


By Marlene Wessels
22nd Dec 2019
We took an inordinate amount of doggie portraits this year… so here they all are

For an interior design magazine, Image Interiors & Living dedicate quite a few of their pages to adorable dogs. Here are the pooches they photographed in 2019.


The Image Interiors & Living traipse all over the country to capture beautiful homes and talk to the people that live in it. But they all fight over who gets to go to the houses that have a resident dog. They might even keep a running tally of how many dogs crept into each issue (the highest was the September/October 2019 issue: 15 doggos).

In fact, they photographed so many this year, that they decided to round some of them up here. So here they are in no particular order (because every member of the team had a different favourite)…

Trixie


Photo: Ruth Kelly

Trixie keeps embroiderer Roberta Rushton company while she works, and it an excellent packer, although word is she loved unpacking the most. From the May/June issue

Harry


Photo: Aisling McCoy

Harry is another creative pup, working alongside his human Babs Belshaw in her Coleraine studio where she creates her beautiful ceramics.  From the May/June issue

This feels like this is becoming a canine-verison of Blind Date and I’m totally fine with it. And our next contestant is…

Willow


Photo: Al Higgins

This little pooch pretended like she didn’t want the limelight… and then proceeded to walk into every frame. Here she is relaxing on a Linie Design rug – lucky dog! From the January/February issue

Bootsie


Photo: Al Higgins

Living in Amanda Sawyer’s colourful period home in Limerick, Bootise the Tibetan terrier knows how to work with texture. From the September/October issue 

Moon

Moon keeps a close eye on photographer Ruth Maria Murphy while she photographs the house tour of Deirdre Whelen and Paul Kelly. From the January/February issue.

Featured image: Ralph & Co sherpa blanket


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