Pets & Animals | 7 September 201610 Flying Dogs That Will Make You Smile Share article facebook twitter google pinterest Is there anything more adorable than pictures of dogs caught midair…all floppy ears and flying tongues? These 10 airborne pooches from Flydogs are sure to put a smile on your face. Jake – Bloodhound | Top Land Speed: 35 mph/56 kph Emmett – Terrier Mixed Breed | Top Land Speed: unknown Madison – Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Puppy | Top Land Speed (adult): 18 mph/29 kph Duke – French Bulldog Puppy | Top Land Speed (adult): 16 mph/26 kph Spike – Miniature Dachshund Puppy | Top Land Speed: 20 mph/32 kph Mud – Boxer | Top Land Speed: 30 mph/48 kph Sam – French Bulldog | Top Land Speed: 16 mph/26 kph Max – German Shorthaired Pointer Puppy | Top Land Speed (adult): 35 mph/56 kph Ada – Australian Shepherd | Top Land Speed: 34 mph/55 kph Sergeant – Belgian Shepherd | Top Land Speed: 31 mph/50 kph Buy from an Online Retailer US: UK: It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Actually . . . it’s a dog! This book is full of canines captured on camera as they fly through the air. Man’s best friend-flying. Flydogs is a collection of euphoric canines sailing through the air, ears flapping in the wind. These are dogs at their happiest, and the creative photographs delight dog lovers from kindergarteners to grandparents. Generally speaking, most dogs you meet have their paws firmly planted on the ground. Sure, they jump up on two legs to sniff what’s on the kitchen table or to nose open the top of a garbage can. But they are most thrilled and most determined when they’re flying through the air. Whether jumping for joy, running as fast as possible, leaping off diving boards or piers, bounding over fences, or soaring for a Frisbee, life is good when you’re a flying dog. More than one hundred dogs leap off the pages of Flydogs, creating a delightful photographic collection of happy hounds. You can’t help but feel your spirit soar too, as you pore over these pictures. Flydogs is a book that belongs on the coffee table of any dog lover. Share article facebook twitter google pinterest If you have any comments on this article please contact us or get in touch via social media.