Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog
Information from electronic data provided by the publisher. May be incomplete or contain other coding.
—GROUCHO MARXWhether you prefer Chihuahuas tiny enough to tuck into your bag or Great Danes that are nearly as large as a pony, every dog lover has a very special breed that touches his heart a little bit more than the rest. Large or small, dogs have a way of bringing out the best in people. In this unique ode to man’s best friend, Barbara Karant, author of the critically acclaimed photography book Greyhounds, playfully captures colossal canines and pint-sized pooches together in more than 150 one-of-a-kind, full-color photographs that portray their charming and often hilarious differences and similarities. Eager, aloof, playful, curious—the lift of an eyebrow or cock of an ear sets our imaginations wild about what our beloved companions are thinking beneath all that fur. From pugs to poodles, and spaniels to Saint Bernards, this delightful collection of tongues, tails, paws, and priceless moments celebrates the indelible spirit and spontaneity of our four-legged friends. Each unforgettable image highlights a special spark in these sweet and joyful creatures, a reminder that no matter how big or small, we love them all. With touching and funny quotes throughout, Small Dog, Big Dog is a book dog lovers of all sizes will treasure.