If dogs could make one request of their owners, it wouldn't be "buy me better food", "quit locking me outside", or even "quit taking away my poop tartare" -- no, it'd be "find me a photographer who can do justice to all this". Artfully catering to your dog's vanity, fetch.
Fetch (actually, "fetch.") is a "Modern Dog Photography" studio helmed by an East Dallas-raised, Art Institute of Chicago-educated ex- art director, photographer, and model, who, sick of tiresome meetings and imperious waifs, decided to focus her lens on man's best friend, unless you've made the acquaintance of Tim Rogers, in which case, 2nd best. Because studios are inhibiting, she totes her pro-grade digital gear up to 35 miles from downtown in order to capture shots whose striking aesthetics are designed to bring out the pooch's true personality, whether that's best accomplished in a park, yard, indoor dog playland, or inside your home -- hopefully the only time your walls have seen graphic poses involving collars and slobber. Once the shooting's done, you'll have 2-week access to edited proofs, which can be ordered on everything from standard archival prints (4x6 to 30x40) to calendars, magnets, and hand-bound coffee-table books, a handsome complement to Rolling Stone 1000 Covers: A History of the Most Influential Magazine in Pop Culture, and Spin Slightly Fewer Covers: But at Least We Never Stuck Jessica Simpson On One.
Your hound will also get a descriptive photo feature on the biz's blog, which is also filled with grooming tips ("Four Steps to a Shedless Dog") and accessories including all manner of next-level feeding bowls -- though you can dress that food up all you want, you'll never get around the fact that what's in the bowl is something he hasn't already eaten.