Chilean president Salvador Allende playing with his weimaraner.
Max Ernst with Katchina by Dorothea Tanning.
Interior with dog, by Henri Matisse.
The american poet and novelist Natalie Clifford Barney with her french bulldog.
Mummy meets german shepherd: it’s Lon Chaney jr.
Los Angeles, 1939. Director Alfred Hitchcock, his wife Alma and daughter Patricia take a morning stroll with their dogs, Edward IX and Mr. Jenkins near their apartment at the Wilshire Palms.
The wonderful cuban writer Virgilio Piñera.
Nirvana. Kurt Cobain. His daughter. That Z dog.
Still miss you, Kurt.
A horrible fact of history: Anti-tank dogs were dogs taught to carry explosives to tanks, armored vehicles and other military targets. They were intensively trained by the Soviet and Russian military forces between 1930 and 1996 and used in 1941–1942 against German tanks in World War II. Although the original dog training routine was to leave the bomb and retreat so that the bomb would be detonated by the timer, this routine failed and was replaced by an impact detonation procedure which killed the dog in the process. The U.S. military trained anti-tank dogs in 1943 for use against fortifications, but never deployed them. Dogs strapped with explosives were unsuccessfully used by Iraqi insurgents in 2005.
(from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-tank_dog )
Vintage photo of a dog cart with milk in Brussels.
Claudette Colbert with a wire hair fox terrier.
Brigitte Bardot has always loved dogs.
Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart and their dog. Pure love.
Alexander the Great with his dog Peritas.
The great british poet Alexander Pope and his dog Bounce circa 1718 by painter Jonathan Richardson.