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where you can find the slogan of I amsterdam (infron of the water?)is it inside the rejks museum?

I agree that dogs should have more freedom. Afterall, they are man's best friend, not man's animals which don't have more use than for human pleasure.

That is kind of bizarre - the HUGE dog gnawing on the severed arm. No way would I mess with him!

nice photo's of me...!! and the big dog with the white shirt is the fool who gives me everything.. buy's even my traintickets the succer..greetz.. Bink and André

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An American Dog In Paris

  • The international adventures of Pepper, an American Miniature Schnauzer, as he traveled from New York City to Paris (via Hamburg and Amsterdam) on Cunard's ocean liner, the Queen Mary 2.

    When I was 11 years old, my human, Nikki Moustaki, and celebrated our 10 year anniversary with the trip of a lifetime to Paris, via Cunard's luxury liner, the Queen Mary 2, quick stops in Hamburg and Amsterdam, and then on to Paris. It turned out to be a real adventure. And since I have no control over my wardrobe, NIkki insisted on dressing me like a girl. I did not approve of this whatsoever, but I am just a small dog with no opposable thumbs, so I can't dial a cell phone for help. I posted nearly every day to let all of my canine friends know what it was like to be an American Dog in Paris.

    All photos on this site are copyright Harald Franzen or Nikki Moustaki.

About Nikki Moustaki

  • Nikki Moustaki, MA, MFA, is a nationally known dog trainer, TV and radio personality, and animal expert who splits her time between New York City and Miami Beach. She is the author of 9 books on dogs and 25 books on birds and has been featured on national television and radio shows including CNN, NBC, ABC, BBC, and Howard Stern. More . . .