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Beautiful photos of black dogs often overlooked for adoption in animal shelters [20 pictures]

April 1, 2014 | By Joey White | 1 comment

Fred Levy learned from people who work in animal shelters that for some reason, it’s especially difficult to find homes for black dogs.

In response, the photographer launched the Black Dog Project, a series dedicated to showcasing these beautiful canines who are so often overlooked by people adopting pets. The use of a black backdrop makes the portraits of these dogs especially striking…

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(via HuffPost, Black Dog Project)

One Comment

  1. Sue says:

    Absolutely adorable photos of those black dogs – if I was in the US I would want one. Do we know the results of this really incredible bright idea?

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