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  • Megan Collins

    Shelter Dog Portraits - Doesn't this look like Bates in the face? @Lisa Taff

  • Tracey Stewart

    Photo Series of the Day: From photographer Traer Scott’s Shelter Dogs — a photo book featuring black-and-white portraits of homeless and abandoned dogs living in shelters across America. By documenting the undeniable expressions of emotion in the dogs encountered in her volunteer work, Scott raises awareness of animal rescue causes, and especially the need for more adoptive homes for abandoned dogs. Scott donates a percentage of the proceeds from the sale of each book to the ASPCA.

  • Audrey Van Dorn

    Rescue or adopt! Don't buy from pet stores or breeders!! The beautiful black and white portraits taken by photographer Traer Scott, depict the emotions and personalities of the shelter dogs she has spent time with while volunteering. The portraits have been compiled in a book entitled “Shelter Dogs,” with a percentage of proceeds donated to the ASPCA.

  • Judes Huang

    Traer Scott's shelter dogs portraits.

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