The “Wet Dog” Photo Series Captures Dog Emotions at Bath Time


Bath time isn’t the favorite activity of most of our furry friends. Their expressions and emotions showcase this fact perfectly. Often times we find ourselves in battle with our canines not only to get our animals into the tub, but also keeping them in the tub, and washing them can be challenges we really don’t feel like facing.  It’s one of those things that I find similar to changing a baby when they really don’t want to be changed. You know what’s right for your baby, but they’re gonna give you the biggest fight in the world anyway.  And just like a baby, a dog will come into the experience kicking and screaming.  It’s no picnic but it’s gotta be done.

Thankfully one photographer, Sophia Gamand, decided to capture those tough looks dogs give us when they’re in the midst of bath time. The results were astounding and definitely made us smile. For more info on how to buy Wet Dog calendars, visit the photographer’s website. In the meantime we hope you enjoy this entertaining gallery of the different emotions dogs give us during bathing.













All photos via Sophia Gamand

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