Dog Statues (page 2)

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Anubis [gone]
Redlands, CA
Dog [gone]
Aloha, OR
Glyndon, MN
Winter Haven, FL
This Anubis was built for Pharaoh's Theme and Water Park. The park operated from 1996-2006. It reopened in 2011 as Splash Kingdom Waterpark. This statue and several others just like it were removed in 2017 during remodeling. For more, see this website.

The Dog in Aloha was about six feet tall and stood across the street from the BarkZone dog daycare. The business opened in 2003. The statue was there by 2007 and was there until at least 2013. It looked like a Standard Schnauzer to me. This photo is from 2008. By 2015, the statue was gone.

This sign for Boardwalk Kennels features an Alaskan Malamute statue. It was created by Ernie Konikson in 1972 for the Crume Kennels. The business was later renamed the Boardwalk Kennels. However, that business is gone now, too. These photos are from 2011. For more, see this website. [map]

This Dog in Winter Haven stands in front of Little Wolfe's Pet Resort. It appears to be a Cocker Spaniel. The statue has been there since at least 2008. [map]

Vancouver, BC
Celestial Poodle
Cloverdale, CA
dog sculpture
Russell, KS
dog sculpture
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
This Poodle sculpture in Vancouver was created by Gisele Amantea and installed in 2012. It is seven feet tall and installed on a 26-foot-tall pole. It was modeled after a porcelain figurine. [map]

The Celestial Poodle sculpture was created by Peter Crompton and Robyn Spencer Crompton. It was installed downtown in 2022. [map]

This dog sculpture in Russell is installed at DC Sales & Service. [map]

This 12-foot-tall steel dog sculpture in Rancho Cucamonga was installed in front of the Bark at Central Park dog park in 2023. Entitled "On Point," it was created earlier that year by Seth Johnson for the Burning Man Festival before being purchased by the City of Rancho Cucamonga. [map]

dog statues [gone]
Elmwood Park, NJ
These dog statues were made of foam and installed in front of Camp Bow Wow. They were made around 2006. The Golden Retriever is about four feet tall. The statues were still there in 2012 but gone by 2016. The Jack Russell Terrier looks like the same design as the one below in Phoenix.

Jack Russell Terrier
Phoenix, AZ
This Jack Russell Terrier is part of Don Parks vast statue collection. The design looks very similar to these cats which might have been produced by the same company. [map]

Dillon, SC
Ruidoso, NM
The Dachshund in Dillon is located at South of the Border. The 15-foot-long statue is installed next to Pedro's Hot Dogs. It was produced by International Fiberglass in the 1960s as the Hot Dog Hound. This photo shows the statue ready for shipment at the factory. [photo thanks Terry Nelson]. [map]

The Dachshund in Ruidoso is an identical statue to the one in Dillon. It must have been produced by International Fiberglass as well. I don't know where it was installed originally but it is now on the roof of the Ruidoso Emporium. It has been there since at least 2015. [map]

Slinky Dog Bike Rack
Reno, NV
The Slinky Dog Bike Rack was installed next to the Biggest Little Dog Park around 2021. [map]

Bobbie the Wonderdog
Silverton, OR
Airedale Terrier
Joplin, MO
Airedale Terrier
Alma, AR
Bobbie the Wonderdog was a Collie mix from the 1920s who became famous for traveling more than 2,500 miles after being lost in Indiana to return to his home in Silverton. Since at least 2007, this statue and doghouse have been located downtown in his memory. For more, see this website. [map]

This bronze Airedale Terrier in Joplin represents Blue, the Bishop family dog. This eight-foot-tall statue was installed in front of the Heartland/Blue Buffalo Dog Food factory in 2014. You have to shoot through a fence. [map]

This Airedale Terrier in Alma stands in front of the Performing Arts Center. The Airedale Terrier is the mascot of Alma High School. [map]

Husky [gone]
Levis, QC
Husky [gone]
N. Lincoln Ave.
York, NE
Husky [gone]
S. Lincoln Ave.
York, NE
This Husky in Levis advertised for Le Chenil La Poursuite, a dog sledding school. The statue was gone by 2023.

These fiberglass Husky statues were produced by Icon Poly for Pump & Pantry gas stations. The mascot was developed in 2013 and was named Bones. At least a dozen of these statues were produced and installed on top of the gas pump canopies at various locations. However, Bones has been dropped from the company's logo and signs. I believe these were the only two statues left. They were gone by 2023. For more, see this website.

Jim the Wonder Dog
Marshall, MO
dog statue
McLeansboro, IL
Jim the Wonder Dog was an English Llewellyn Setter that lived from 1925-1937. He was a local celebrity that predicted future events and understood many different languages. His grave is located in the Ridge Park Cemetery. This bronze statue was installed in 1999 in a small park where the hotel he used to live in was located. For more, see this website. [map]

The dog statue in McLeansboro is located at the McCoy Memorial Library. It is about twice life size. The statue has been here since at least the 1960s. Does anyone know more about it? For more, see this website. [map]

Great Dane
Northglenn, CO
Great Dane
Galveston, TX
This Great Dane bronze sculpture in Northglenn is entitled "High Four." It was created by Louise Peterson. She has created dozens of them with cropped ears and natural ears, as well as female versions. The one in Northglenn has been there since at least 2007. There are at least three others on public display in Greenville, SC, Loveland, CO, and Chattanooga, TN. For more, see this website. [map]

This Great Dane sculpture in Galveston was carved by Dayle Lewis from a live oak tree which had been destroyed during Hurricane Ike in 2008. The sculpture was modeled after Hunter, the dog that lives on the property. The sculpture is dressed up for various holidays. [map]

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