The dogs of Italy

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I had a powerful loneliness for my dogs when I taught in Italy for two summers in recent years.  To cure this longing, I started to take photos of dogs and their owners as an excuse then to ask if I could pet their dogs and get my fix.  Almost all said, “si!”  Pet lovers, of course, are international and, in fact, in Italy dogs are allowed to accompany their owners into the most fashionable of stores, such as Prada.  Here are my photo memories:

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Barbara Morgenstern

Barbara was born a pet lover. As a little girl she sneaked home a puppy from a litter across the street, named her Peppy, and fed her milk from her dolly’s baby bottle. Her parents could not say no, and Peppy became a member of the family for some 19 years.

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