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The best four-legged features of the last half century.
Dogs have always had a special place in our hearts, but they also have a special place in our homes.
Our feature on children's bedrooms in January 1983 also highlighted this fur baby.
Family dog Henley's regal pose in this Calgary home earned him a spot on our cover.
The couple who own this modern Calgary home actually discovered their architect, Rachael Gray, while walking their dogthanks, Rover.
Ritchie Construction ensured the open-concept layout of this Scandinavian-industrial townhome in North Vancouver left plenty of room for Gus to lounge.
When dogs outnumber people, design ultimately favours the four-legged, as in this stunning Vancouver home with a dedicated dog shower by Falken Reynolds.
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