Art Exhibit Designed Just For Dogs To Help Stimulate Their MindsAshley Maisano
Just about everyone has heard of the Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art, among many other popular museums in the country. But I bet youâ€™ve never heard of a dog museum before. An art exhibit in London has recently opened and is designed exclusively for our furry friends.
Dominic Wilcox, renowned British artist and inventor, worked with insurance company â€˜More Thanâ€™ to design the exhibit in a way that would stimulate the pups both physically and emotionally. This project is part of More Thanâ€™s Play More campaign, whose mission is to get people to play with their pets more often to keep them happy and healthy.
The exhibit includes â€˜Crusing Caninesâ€™ â€“ an open car window simulator, â€˜Dinnertime Dreamsâ€™ â€“ an oversized 10 foot dog bowl filled to the top with hundreds of play balls to look like dog food, and â€˜Watery Wonderâ€™ â€“ a series of dancing water jets that jump from one dog bowl to the next for the dogs to chase. There are also many paintings and drawings on display, which were created in a dogâ€™s color spectrum.
Watch the pups visiting the exhibits in the video below:
Below is some more footage from the exhibit: