Best Dog Coffee Table Books – Top choices
There’s something about a great coffee table book. They’re entertaining, thought-provoking and sometimes even bring a tear to the eye.
Combine the natural attraction of a big shiny book and photographs of dogs, and you’re bound to have a page-turner.
Whether you’re looking for a gift for a dog loving friend. Or just want to provide some in-house entertainment for visitors.
Coffee table books are a fantastic accessory for any home.
The Dogist is full of beautifully captured portraits of dogs. Photographed by Elias Weiss Friedman it shows the character of each dog in the best and worst moments of their lives.
With chapters ranging from puppies to dogs wearing a cone of shame it has something for everyone. It’s touching, funny and shows dogs at their most endearing-when they are just being dogs.
by Seth Casteel
Underwater dogs contains over eighty watery portraits of our canine companions. Each photograph from award-winning photographer Seth Casteel shows the individual and sometimes surprising swimming style of each dog.
Funny and touching it offers the viewer a seldom seen view of dogs enthusiasm even when submerged.
by Greg Murray
There’s nothing better than watching a dog enjoy a tasty treat. Unless it’s getting the perfect picture of a dog enjoying a tasty treat.
Peanut butter dogs is a photographic collection of more than 140 dogs sharing their bliss as they slurp on their favourite indulgence.
With beautiful images from award-winning photographer Greg Murray, it’s sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face.
by Lewis Blackwell & Tim Flach
Absolutely stunning photos accompanied by information about the dog breed caught on camera. Featuring some of the most exotic dogs -afghan Hound, Chinese crested and Hungarian Komondors. This book also captures the charm of both rescue and working dogs.
by Gene Weingarten Michael S. Williamson
Anyone that has had the pleasure of sharing their life with an older dog will appreciate the beautiful photographs in this book.
Featuring over sixty black and white pictures captured by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Michael S Williamson. This book shows both the charm and dignity of older dogs.
by Alexandra Cearns
Zen dogs captures dogs at their most serene. Award winning photographer Alex Cearns shares eighty colour pictures of dogs just enjoying the moment.
Peppered with words of wisdom from spiritual masters like Buddha and Gandhi. Flicking through the pages of the book is a perfect way to enjoy a Zen moment of your own.
by Sophie Gamand
Wet dog is a touching and funny book of picutres of dogs at bath time.
Perfectly capturing the many expressions of dogs that really don’t want to do something. Sophie Gamand offers us an insight into the way that dogs express themselves without words.
Best dog Coffee Table Books
Whether you’ll looking to add to your own collection of books. Or thinking of gifting a coffee table book to a friend. All of these books contain more than just beautiful images.
Each photograph captures a moment. While some are laugh out loud funny others are poignant. But all are full of stunning images that offer a new perspective on our canine companions.