Stunning Dog Photography #48 Featuring Max, The Dog Files Mascot

If you would like a chance to be spotlighted in a future Stunning Dog Photography Column, email your photos, that are at least 800 pixels wide right here! This is ONLY for incredible photographs, NOT snapshots. Please DO NOT send us photos that have watermarks. Make sure to provide us with your full name, town, state and your doggie’s name. Please DO NOT send me links to photos. You must email me the photos. Thanks!

PLEASE FOLLOW THE RULES ABOVE. If I don’t get your info, I can’t post your photos.

It’s always so much fun putting together the Stunning Dog Photography post using photos sent to us from the Dog Files Community. Keep those stunning photos coming and I hope to do more and more posts featuring your very own hounds!

To get the real impact of the photos, click on them to see a bigger version!

What could be said of my best friend, Max? Well, all I can say is that he’s always been there for me and everything I do with the Dog Files is because of him.

And before you ask, Max is a ten year old, American Foxhound/Pointer.

Max posing for the photo that would soon be used for the Dog Files Logo. He's 1 year old here and I've had him for a month.

Max sits on chair in 2008. He's 7 years old here.

Max at the Park in 2008. He's 7 years old here.

Max hears something outside the window. He's 7 years old here.

Max on the Porch in 2006. He's 5 years old here.

Max hanging on the bed in 2007. He's 6 years old here.

Max looks into your soul. He's 7 years old here.

Extreme close up of Max the hound dog. He's 8 years old here.

Max catches some rays. 7 years old.

Max celebrates the Fourth of July. He's 5 years old here.

The life of a hound dog is a good one. 6 years old.

Max in Close Up at 7 years old.

Happy Boy Max! 5 years old.

Max on the couch in 2012. He's 10 years old here.

Max carefully contemplates the universe. 7 years old.

Max's morning stretch. 6 years old.

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