How Dogs Get Older - A Beautiful Photography Series About Man's Best Friend

February 17, 2016

The bond we share with our canine companions deepens and matures in their journey from playful pups to wise old friends.

Photographer Amanda Jones has dedicated the past 20 years to an incredible project which aims to show just how fleeting the lives of our beloved pets are. In her book Dog Years, Amanda takes a look at the lives and stories of 30 dogs. In portraying each dog at both young and old ages, she reveals the unique spark of personality that lasts a lifetime.

Corbet: 2 years / 11 years

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Credit: Dog Years

Briscoe: 1 year / 10 years

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Poppy: 1 year / 7 years

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Credit: Dog Years

Fred: 2 years / 10 years

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Cooper: 3 years / 10 years

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Kayden & Brodie: 11 mo. and 5 yrs / 7 yrs and 12 yrs

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Credit: Dog Years

Audrey: 3 years / 12 years

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Rufus: 6 months / 13 years

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Sydney & Savannah: 16 mo. and 5 mo. / 10 yrs and 9 yrs

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Credit: Dog Years

Maddy: 5 years / 10 years

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Abigale: 5 months / 8 years

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Lily: 8 months / 15 years

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Maddie & Ellie: 7 and 6 yrs / 14 and 13 yrs

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Credit: Dog Years

(h/t) bright side. Visit Dog Years to learn more about this project. Purchase Amanda's book on Amazon.

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