You won’t believe what happened in London a couple of weeks ago. There was an extraordinary art Exhibition which was called ‘Play More’ and open only for two days. Only that the exhibition was not for human, it’s only for dogs. Problem is, do the four-legged fur balls really understand art?
Actually it was Dominic Wilcox’s idea to open the world’s first art exhibition for dogs. Wilcox explained to Bored Panda, “Just because dogs can’t speak our human language doesn’t mean they don’t feel the same emotions and enjoy seeing and experiencing new and interesting things. Since humans have so many art galleries to visit I thought it’s a good time to create an exhibition just for them.”
The ‘Play More’ dog’s art exhibition was open for just 2 days in London. Many interactive installations for dogs were featured to help motivate the dogs to respond physically and mentally.
The installations provide many different attractions ranging from an open car window simulator to a screen that stimulates a Frisbee bouncing around a screen to a dog bowl-shaped ball pool. That was the right place for your pups to learn and play.