Or at least that’s what London-based business City Dog is hoping. The training center offers classes that teach dogs how to take selfies on iPads. Nicole Scott, a former NASA physicist who opened City Dog in 2007, says she hopes the class will provide an easy way for owners to engage their pets in their own interests. So you know what, if what man’s into right now is his device, let’s get the dog interested in the device.” Scott brought over her childhood friend Anna Jane Grossman, who is a dog trainer in New York, to lead the 90-minute training session.

Or at least that’s what London-based business City Dog is hoping. The training center offers classes that teach dogs how to take selfies on iPads. Nicole Scott, a former NASA physicist who opened City Dog in 2007, says she hopes the class will provide an easy way for owners to engage their pets in their own interests. So you know what, if what man’s into right now is his device, let’s get the dog interested in the device.” Scott brought over her childhood friend Anna Jane Grossman, who is a dog trainer in New York, to lead the 90-minute training session.

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WAVE LENGTHS“I decided to stop messing around in life early. I knew what I wanted to do and did it. I’m always focusing on what I need to do next. My surf experience has always been kind of esoteric: swimming through cold, sharky areas looking for surf. It’s really a search, a journey. I gravitate towards projects that speak that language. In life, I think there’s a lot to be said giving up some things for others that are more valuable - being a husband and father first and a businessman second. And sometimes turning down work isn’t a bad thing, especially if it means spending time with those you love. I think that’s how you become the best version of yourself.”Chris Burkard, surf photographer
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“I decided to stop messing around in life early. I knew what I wanted to do and did it. I’m always focusing on what I need to do next. My surf experience has always been kind of esoteric: swimming through cold, sharky areas looking for surf. It’s really a search, a journey. I gravitate towards projects that speak that language. In life, I think there’s a lot to be said giving up some things for others that are more valuable - being a husband and father first and a businessman second. And sometimes turning down work isn’t a bad thing, especially if it means spending time with those you love. I think that’s how you become the best version of yourself.”
Chris Burkard, surf photographer

Source: Yodel