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We’ll never forgive ourselves for not realizing The Kennel Club of the UK holds an annual Dog Photographer of the Year award until now. Had we known, we would have surely marked our calendar to remind us to check the winners every summer. Alas, all we can do is start doing that now. Here are this year’s winners in a variety of categories, including Dogs At Play, Dogs At Work, Man’s Best Friend, Rescue Dog and Dog Charities, Young Pup Photographer, and more that will make you want to run home to your pooch. Check out some of the winning shots above and make sure to visit The Kennel Club’s site for all the rest. Then hit up your Google Calendar to remind you every summer to check for that year’s winners.

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