Maddie the Coonhound’s Tumblr is one of those fantastic gems that make me so glad the internet exists (despite what it’s doing to our grammar, spelling, and level of collective discourse). I don’t know a whole lot about Maddie (besides that she has great balance and a lot of patience), but I think there’s a lot going on behind that detached, pensive gaze.
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I’m really drawn to these event posters from The Underdog Club — printed in black and white on newsprint, they have a vintage feel and feature that awesome logo graphic. But what really touches my heart about these posters is the truly awesome organization their sales support — a group dedicated to helping out the most “unadoptable” of dogs: “the old, the ugly, and the unpopular.”
Share your music with friends (or your pets) by plugging your MP3 player into this tiny wooden dog-shaped speaker. Your jack goes right into the dog butt!
Boo is just your average dog who loves chicken, running outside, following his big brother around, and squeaky toys. He also happens to have 1.7 million Facebook fans, enjoys sitting on the laps of celebrities, currently holds the title of “the world’s cutest dog,” and just released his own book with Chronicle Books. Okay, so maybe he’s not your average dog. But he is a total doggy sweetheart and we were beyond thrilled here at Dog Milk to get an interview with Boo, the most adorable internet-phenom ever!
Christopher R. Weingarten is a Brooklyn-based freelance writer whose work can currently be seen in The Village Voice, RollingStone.com, Spin, Revolver, and Nylon. He’s also the creator of my favorite internet-phenomenon-turned-book, Hipster Puppies. What began as a Tumblr blog joke on a lazy Saturday afternoon has recently made it’s way on to the printed page. Hipster Puppies, an outrageously funny photo collection of snarky, impeccably accessorized, and adorable dogs, is a must have book for every dog lover, hipster, dog-loving hipster or hipster-hating person out there
Being the huge fan that I am, I was over-joyed to have had the privilege of interviewing Christopher about his book. From his description of the inspiration behind Hipster Puppies to the reveal of his favorite Hipster Puppy ever, I was (to no surprise) in stitches over his laugh-out-loud responses.