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Winners Of 2019's 'Dog Photographer Of The Year' Revealed

Every year, The Kennel Club has a competition for best 'Dog Photographer of the Year'. and the photographs this year are more stunning and more heartfelt than ever! 

Shared below are the winners of multiple categories

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    "This year's overall winner and first-place winner of the Oldies category was "Dreaming Merlin," taken by Denise Czichocki of Switzerland."

    Canidae

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    "The runner-up in the Oldies category was "Young At Heart," taken by UK photographer Cat Race."

    Dog

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    ""Soul Comforter" won the Assistance Dogs Charity category."

    Black-and-white

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    "The second-place photo, "Laying Down on the Job," was taken by American photographer Tracy Allard."

    Canidae

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    "This joyous photo won the Dogs at Play category. It was taken by Monica van der Maden of the Netherlands, and it is fittingly called "Dirty Dog.""

    Vertebrate

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    Jumping

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    "Dorine Scherpel of Canada snapped this photo called "The Loyal Co-Workers," which took first place in the Dogs at Work category."

    Mode of transport

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    "The second-place winner of Dogs at Work was taken by Katie Behan of the UK, called "Among Hills and Heather.""

    Dog

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    "One of the categories is for photographers aged 12 to 17, and their theme was "I Love Dogs Because…" This year's winner was taken by 12-year-old Mariah Mobley of the US with her photo, "Doggy Bed Time.""

    Dog

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    "The second-place photo, "Peace and Quiet," was taken by 17-year-old Hungarian Luca Gombos."

    Dog

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    "This photo, called "Connected," earned top honors in the Man’s Best Friend category."

    People in nature

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    "This image of this lovable giant took second-place honors. The photo was taken by Alexandra Novitskaya of Russia, who calls this "White Cheesecake.""

    Dog

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    "This breathtaking shot won the Portraits category. It's called "Honey saluki" and was taken by Russian photographer Anastasia Vetkovskaya."

    Borzoi

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    "The runner-up, "Mirror," was taken by Ria Putzker of Austria."

    Dog

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    "The rule for the Puppies category stipulates that pups must be under 6 months old, like these dogs in "The Little Twins," taken by Monica van der Maden."

    Mammal

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    "Carlos Aliperti's "Father and Son" was the second-place winner"

    Vertebrate

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    "The Rescue Dogs Charity category winner also gets to donate £500 to a charity of their choice. This year, the winner was Anne Geier with her photo "Finntastic.""

    Sky

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    "The second-place photo, "Curiosity," was taken by Tianhang Zhang of China."

    Vertebrate

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    "The final category, Young Pup Photographer, is reserved for photographers 11 years old and under. The first-place photo, "Sea Dog," was taken by 11-year-old Sabine Wolpert of the US."

    Dog

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    "Eilidh Shannon, 7, took second place with "Maisie's Music.""

    Dog
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