The Dogist@thedogist

The story of dogs.
Author of NYT Bestseller, THE DOGIST & PUPPIES.
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Remy, mix (4 m/o), 21st & 8th Ave., New York, NY • “She’s just starting to get into other dogs.”


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Xero, Labrador Retriever mix (2 y/o), Tompkins Square Park, New York, NY • “He’s like a stuffed animal crossed with an otter… Usually I say it’s like a stuffed animal f*cked an otter.”


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Ben, Borzoi (16 y/o), Spring & Wooster St., New York, NY • “He’s stubborn and shy and a happy guy. Sometimes he has good walking days (today’s a bad walking day).”


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Brady, Catahoula (4 y/o), Tompkins Square Park, New York, NY • “When one dog barks, he leads the chorus and has to be the last dog barking.”


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Stella, Pug (7 y/o), Great Jones & Lafayette St., New York, NY • “She’s a retired Grand Champion show dog. She had two litters and then I got her. Make sure you get her tail – it’s like a soft serve ice cream. It stands straight up – they’re rarely like that.”


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Dogist crewneck sweatshirts are here (limited edition)! Dogs don’t need sweatshirts, but it’s winter and you’re probably freezing your tail off walking your dog. Not to worry! This sweatshirt will have you out scooping frozen dog poop in no time! It’s sure to keep you warm and looking cool even with that little green bag swinging around. And for those of you who are hopelessly dogless – we know your pain and can promise that wearing this sweatshirt will give dog owners on the street fair warning that you plan to pet their dog for no less than 30 minutes straight. Shop today for the best chance at getting it by Christmas! (Shop at link in bio)


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Maya, Labrador Retriever/Beagle mix (3 m/o), 10th & 4th Ave., New York, NY • “She’s a rescue from @muddypawsrescuenyc. She eats through all her sweaters.” @mayapapayany


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Is your dog longing to be on The Dogist? This holiday season we’re doing a sweepstakes where The Dogist will personally fly/drive/dogsled to your home anywhere in the continental US to photograph your dog (and give it cookies). Every item you purchase from The Dogist Shop counts as an automatic entry (ex. 5 shirts = 5 entries), and yes, all previous purchases count. You can also enter by signing up on our giveaway page (no purchase required). A NYC winner and a national winner will be chosen on Christmas Eve by Waffle (@wafflenugget) and Finn (@KeepingFinn), respectively. Don’t miss this chance to give your dog its 15-minutes in The Dogist spotlight! (Link to shop in bio)


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Rex & Walter, Labrador Retriever & French Bulldog (6 m/o & 3 y/o), Orvis Store - 5th Ave., New York, NY • “Rex is wily and super energetic. Everyone thinks Walter is sad. The saddest Frenchie around. It’s just his resting sad face.” - The Dogist will be at the @Orvis store in NYC this Saturday with @Bideawee for the #adoptarover tour. 12/15, 11am-3pm. #sponsored


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Olaff, Samoyed (7 m/o), 17th & 5th Ave., New York, NY • “What’s his name from?” “Do I really have to tell you?! Olaf from Frozen!” @olaff_the_white


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Blue, Bear, & Penny, Pit Bull, Pomeranian, & Dachshund (5 m/o, 10 & 2 y/o), Willows, CA • “We’ve been here for two weeks – this hotel is full of people from Paradise. We’re going to see it (our house) tomorrow and are not taking the kids. We’ve seen drone footage and it’s gone. The insurance company went insolvent, but we’re going to get a trailer by winter break. I’m sick of shuffling around; it’s hard to find a rental with the dogs, especially a Pit Bull. Penny has taken it the worst. She wants to go home.” This series is thanks to #workingwithlincoln


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CA228a, Labrador Retriever (senior), Del Oro Shelter, Oroville, CA • This senior dog is still unclaimed. If you recognize this dog, please contact NVADG hotline at 530-895-0000 • “For the people of Paradise, it was a nightmare and now it’s just a bad dream. It’s over but they still feel the effects. At first it was chaos and panic, then it was happy that they survived. We’re hoping that people can be aware eight weeks from now that the people of Paradise will still have very little.” This series is thanks to #workingwithLincoln


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