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We all agree that there is no pet like a dog, they are the friendliest and lovable. We spend so much time with them that they become like our family members, and we treat them in the best possible way. For all the dog lovers there is a great spot opened in the city of New York. American Kennel Club (AKC) has come up with the Museum of the Dog, and the dog lovers cannot keep calm until they go and see the place. The place has a lot of paintings, and statues of the dogs, and even of the popular dogs around the world.

Museum Director Alan Fausel said, "We have all the great hits here. It's us sharing that with the rest of the world, and the dog-loving public of New York. We're in a modern office building so out of respect to our neighbors, we want to keep the noise down. But service dogs are certainly allowed, and we will have dogs for demonstration, for educational opportunities that we have here. They look at the painting as they would a show dog and they critique it that way -- by the anatomy, the way it’s built and so forth. There’s nothing about how it was rendered or anything like that. The average person will be interested in things that have some action, some activity, some narrative content"

To see the history of the dog breeds, with their different reactions, is a to-do list for any of the dog lovers. The ticket for adults cost $15, and for kids it is $5. The dog museum would be open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. There are also several discounts for senior citizens, students, and some of the other government people. If you love dogs, then we highly recommend you to visit this place as you would love it, and the experience would be amazing.

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- Rajat Priyam
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