Comical Photo Series Nails The Emotions Dogs Feel When It Comes To Baths

Serena Hodson Photography

Pup parents are no strangers when it comes to dealing with a dog pre and post baths. The shower shenanigans are a huge song and dance and Australian photographer Serena Hodson saw that with her own dogs.


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“Some dogs look completely different when wet and this was the joy I wanted to capture,” Hodson told Mashable. Her series — Dry Dog/Wet Dog features her pups — Simon, an English Bulldog and Garfunkel, a Frenchie.


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Hodson says that each dog she works with brings something different to the picture. It clearly reflects the pup’s underlying personality, but she also believes it’s very relatable to people as well.


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“OMG, I don’t even recognize myself anymore.”


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“I can’t go for my walk looking like this! What if that hot pup down the street sees me?!”


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“That blow-out took forever human.” #ThanksButNoThanks


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“Farrah Fawcett will be so disappointed.”


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“Oh no you can see my eyes! I’ve lost my cool boy, mysterious look. Now I just look dopey.”


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“I disapprove so much, I had to channel Ron Swanson.”


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“Hey mom, do I still look fabulous?”


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“I just feel so naked now.” :(


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You can check out the newest pictures from the ongoing series on Facebook. If you want to see more of Serena Hodson’s work head on over to her website, Serenah Photography.


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H/t Mashable

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One response to “Comical Photo Series Nails The Emotions Dogs Feel When It Comes To Baths

  1. Great post, Michael!


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