Today is the Chinese New Year and according to the Chinese zodiac, each year in a 12-year cycle is represented by a different animal. This year happens to be the Year of the Dog. Do you own dogs or have any pets? I really do love dogs and hope that someday when the time is right (is it ever really right?) that Mr. B and I can become the owner of an adorable four-legged friend. In the meantime, I thought sharing a few images of “dogs in design” would make for a fun post today to honor the Lunar New Year. Needless to say, these all seem like well-loved, privileged pets that have a very comfortable life in some of the most beautiful spaces.

“Happiness is a warm puppy.”  –Charles M. Schultz

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I don’t believe in or study astrology. And if I come across a horoscope there is a 50/50 chance that I might read it…purely for amusement. According to Chinese astrology, I am a RATand interestingly enough some of the traits of a rat are those I actually possess (go figure). Do you know what animal represents you in the Chinese zodiac? If you don’t you can find out here.

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6 thoughts on “YEAR OF THE (CHIC) DOG

    1. Hi Gerri, Cute pups are definitely hard to resist no matter what setting they’re in aren’t they!!?? Have a great weekend.

  1. What a fun post. I love dogs and it’s always fun to see some of the images people capture of animals in homes.
    I’m the year of the tiger…must go look at what it has to say!

    1. Your two pups are the best. They definitely don’t need a single day to celebrate…they should celebrate every day since they live a very wonderful life thanks to you!

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