Dogvergnügen.  It’s how great you feel when you’re with your Dog.  We always show you ours, now you show us yours!

Use the link below to submit a photo of you and your Dog in an expression of Dogvergnügen.

Sherman, Leroy & Jennifer

Sherman and Leroy keep my humor alive. They keep me laughing and smiling every day with their silly antics, kisses and hugs. They are the best pillows to snuggle up with after a long day

Pete & Jeannie

I found my sweet Pete at a local shelter not looking for a dog but asking for directions. All the dogs in his pen came charging at me, he hung back looking alone, afraid and

Popcorn Sutton & Jessica

Three years ago, I had 3 elderly dogs a Jack Russell and two Boxers, on a cold snowy January day, my husband called and said a ex-coworker of his hada litter of 11 boxer puppies

Kandace, Hope & Chappie

Dogs have always been a huge part of my life. My first experience with a dog was when I was about 3 and my grandparents (whom I spent a lot of time with as

Banjo & Sabrina

I met my rescue Australian Shepherd, Banjo, on St.Patrick’s Day, 2006, when he was almost 4 years old. His foster mom brought him to a conformation show where she was showing her own dogs.

Carmel & Emily

I received Carmel from Canine Companions for Independence in November 2010. They are the largest organization that breed and train service dogs in the country and they give these amazing helpers to the graduates free

Bubby & Sky

My little man Bubby is the absolute sweetest thing. I have had him since he was 6 months old, he will be 8 in June 2017,and little does he know, he saved me. Although, I

Ruby Mae & Kim

Ruby Mae came into my life in April of 2015. I was asked to foster her by the shelter I volunteer at for the 2 days which turned into to of the best years of

Lincoln Hawk & Lindsay

To know me, is to know Lincoln Hawk because I am defined by my proud pet parent status. Ever since I was a little girl I always wanted a dog, begging my parents and driving

Lola & Samantha

This is me and Lola. As an Army wife, my husband is gone anywhere from 2-4 months during non-deployment years, and 12 months when deployed. She has been my emotional companion, my protector, and my

Bentley & Lori

Bentley is a 6 year old, 226 lbs. Mastiff. He came to me through some mishandling by a local rescue that would have ultimately cost him his life had I not stepped up and claimed

Newt & Maggie

Life is so stressful and chaotic. My peace comes from hiking with my Newt. He is adopted and I was surprised at what a natural trail dog he is. We get to our trail and