The Tea Cup Challenge: Shows the unrealistic proportions of a teacup sized dogs compared to their standard size breed. Teacup dogs are amongst one of the most medically problematic out dogs due to their extreme physical deformities associated with their adnormal size.
Puppy Love: There is such thing as too much love. Over codling your animals can lead to anxiety, depression, and other anxious behaviour if you’re not careful.
The Puppy Cycle: Puppy Mills breed hundreds of thousands of dogs a year, from those dogs, only a handful make it into a loving home. The rest are either killed, or sent back to kennels to get readopted or become euthanized from over-crowding.
Pet Parenting: Is a way in which some people seem to treat dogs like a furry little baby. Although it’s cute dogs are not kids. They have many needs and food restrictions that humans do not. Sometimes, a dog is a dog, and a baby is a baby.
Build A. Dog: shows the compulsive breeding done every day, due to highly ridiculous fads. Many dogs are bred to aesthetic needs and that can lead to many health issues, and over population of the breed when they’re no longer trending. Most of the dogs are put into horrible situations in order to achieve their looks. (Cropping and docking).
Tech Nanny: All these technological advancements made in the pursuit to completely eradicate the needs for us humans to have to take car of our best furry friends. Feeding stations, automatic ball throwers what’s next? Rumba walkers?
The Crop Shop: Inspire by African Folk art, this piece depicts the many stylizations of Cropping a dog can get. Ear cropping and Tail docking have always been aesthetic, unless they have a medical issue this practice is just cruel and unnecessary.
Costume craze: This piece shows the mental and physical strain a costume can have on a dog. They are restricting and quite demobilizing. Beyond the most obvious physical reasons, dogs can also develop emotional trauma.