Event: Celebrity Dog Portrait Exhibition & Online Auction in Aid of the Dogs Trust 


Our week has suddenly got more exciting with the news that online pet lifestyle boutique PetsPyjamas has teamed up with renowned animal portrait photographer Gerrard Gethings for an exhibition and online auction in aid of the Dogs Trust.

Launching this Friday 21st March, The Company of Dogs exhibition will showcase the beloved canine companions of celebrities such as Gok Wan, Yasmin Le Bon, Elle MacPherson, Alex James, Jenni Falconer and Vanessa from The Saturdays (pictured above with her dog Maggie), alongside twenty Dogs Trust dogs looking for a home …

Open for public view until 29th March at PetsPyjamas HQ in London’s East End, this 50-piece, dog-lovers dream exhibition culminates in an online auction to raise much-needed funds to help the Dogs Trust ensure that their residents are healthy, happy and ready to find a new home. The auction is live so get your bid-on if you’d love to bring home one of these unique, one-time pup portraits signed by the photographer himself.

The full pawbiz line-up and auction details can be found at Petspyjamas.com/the-company-of-dogs. To see these stunning pictures in the flesh, visit the PetsPyjamas Gallery at 81 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4QS from the 21st to 29th of March. Entry to The Company of Dogs is free and the gallery will be open daily from 10am to 5pm. Basil and I will be popping along to their official launch this Thursday, where we hope to rub paws with some of the stars of the show. Follow us @Barkarama on Instagram for live party pictures. Until then here’s a taste of some of what lies in-store at The Company of Dogs exhibition.










PUDDING the Schnoodle had a bad start to life, as she was found in a field with her siblings by some horse riders. Sadly she was the only one to survive but has gone from strength to strength whilst at Dogs Trust Harefield. She is now four months old and is looking for an active home that can challenge her mentally and physically. 


Older Rough Collie MACK came into Dogs Trust Harefield after his owner was taken ill. He has since been adopted by a lady who travelled all the way from Essex after seeing him on the internet. 


HOOLI the Bulldog came into Dogs Trust Harefield as her owner’s lifestyle changed and they were unable to give her the time and attention she deserved. She has since been rehomed and is settling in very well with her new family, whose laps she enjoys sitting on all day!  


Seven-year-old Siberian Husky TESS was rehomed from Dogs Trust Harefield three years ago but is a regular visitor to the tea rooms with her new owner. 


Yorkshire Terrier puppy ZUKA came into Dogs Trust Harefield just days after being taken home by his owners. Sadly the new owners were not prepared for the commitment of taking on a puppy. He has since been adopted by the rehoming centre manager and is settling in very well and regularly visits the staff at the rehoming centre. 

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