Christmas cards are a very proud tradition in a number of different homes. There are those who like to send out themed Christmas cards each year and we love to receive them. These cards can be a lot of fun, especially when the sender has established a certain theme that they enjoy maintaining. We’ve all seen the viral Christmas cards that were sent by families who found a funny story to tell.
But what about this photographer and his adorable Christmas cards? Peter Thorpe has been crafting specialty Christmas cards that star his dog for several years now. He first began the tradition in 1990. Paddy, his rescue terrier, was the star of these cards until he passed away after the 2002 edition was sent out. Raggle is another rescue terrier who has since taken his place.
We would be content with a few cute doggy photos, to be quite honest. Peter’s cards go above and beyond, though. Not only are they adorable, but they are also of the highest quality. Let’s take a closer look at Raggle’s greatest hits.
Here is Raggle trying his very best to follow the Yonder Star.
We think that this animal would be called a “dogkey”?
Dog roast, anyone?
There weren’t any dogs in the Bible! (at least as far as we can remember)
This penguin is so cute, we would fly to the North Pole just to catch a closer glimpse.
What an adorable version of Scrooge.
This one reminds us of Thanksgiving.
And here is a behind the scenes look at the making of the previous photo.
Don’t fall for the trap, buddy!
Santa Pup tried his best to make his way down the chimney.
Check out this cute behind the scenes glimpse of Santa Pup in action.
Mazy is also making an appearance.
Now, we will have the chance to check out every single one of Peter’s awesome creations. Bark the Herald Angels Sing is a great book that makes for a perfect holiday gift.
Be sure to check out the video if you would like to see all 25 of the cards that Peter is responsible for creating with a little bit of help from his pooch pals. Pass this clip along to your closest friends and loved ones today. This holiday cheer isn’t going to spread itself!