Who Are We?



Little Dogs Laughed is the work of Meg Greene Malvasi, a writer and artist-photographer living in North Carolina and her rescued dogs, Jack Henry, Hubble and Anna. All three have come from hard circumstances. Through photography, strong bonds of trust have been created as well as the unfolding of a vibrant and colorful life of imagination.

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We can also be found at our websiteย Little Dogs Laughedย where you can also see what else we have been up to.

“May Dog Be With You.”


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72 thoughts on “Who Are We?

  1. Great blog Meg ๐Ÿ™‚ I love dogs too..you have some beautiful pictures of Jack! Love all those quotes, but this one is my favourite: โ€œDogs do speak, but only to those who know how to listen.โ€ Look forward to seeing more of your work ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Meg
    Love your blog, the pictures are amazing. The post processing is beautiful, adds so much character, to your images.

    Thanks for listing the apps you use, see some I don’t use gotta try em…

    May the force be with you


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    • Naveen, thank you so much for your comments. Using the iPhone has really opened up all kinds of possibilities-and seeing what other photographers are doing–like you–with their phone cameras is very inspiring and motivating. I look forward to seeing more of your *captures* of NYC-it is great stuff!


  3. Thank you for your lovely comments Meg, always look forward to reading them ๐Ÿ™‚ You are one of those who really understands what I try to communicate through my photographs! Take Care and say Hi to Jack ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  4. Dear Meg,
    Thank you for introducing me to Jack Henry, Hubble and Anna. They make me smile. A lot. I grew up with dogs (I mean the canine variety) and at one time we had about 10 of them roaming on our property. All I can say is that anyone with dogs is already a friend. Give those three a good tickle and a tummy rub from me. And indeed, may Dog be with you. Hugs, Sharon

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  5. Hi, Meg! What a wonderful family you’ve got. You’ve got really inspiring photos and I thank you for your wonderful comments on my blog. Looking forward to reading more of your posts. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. Thank you so much , Meg , for visiting my blog regularly.
    Your pictures are really impressive.
    I don’t have pets , of any kind , but after visiting your blog , it seems they can certainly enrich our lives !
    Keep going !

    All the best !


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  7. Hello!
    Just wanted to swing by and say a huge thank you for submitting your photography to The Paperbook Collective this year. It was a pleasure to publish your photographs, and if you ever have the chance to submit again you are most welcome ๐Ÿ™‚
    Have a wonderful festive season and a great 2014!

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  8. So, I’ve been wondering – does it go “the little dogs laughed to see such fun, and the dish ran away with the spoon..?”

    Your dog photography is excellent,

    I have granted you the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. I hope you enjoy it. I can totally understand if you do not wish to participate. I think your blog is wonderful and wanted you to know that.


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    • Thank you so much for the honor. I decided a while back that I did not want to accept awards, but I certainly appreciate the spirit in which it was given. Thank you.
      I especially appreciate your comments as I think your photography is incredible-the way you bring nature to life is a true gift-thank you for that.
      And yes, I just added an s to the “dog” but it is from the old nursery rhyme- From all of us at Little Dogs Laughed-Jack Henry, Hubble, Anna and myself- we thank you very much! Cheers-


      • Many thanks for your kind words about my photography, and I totally understand and respect your choice to remain awards-free. Just please keep on doing what you do so well! Best, Babsje

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  9. Hi Meg – I wanted to touch base with you as I see we’ve gone back and forth on each other’s blogs, and both love our pets.

    I will get right to the point: are you interested in writing something as a Guest Author for my blog about what you do when you travel? Meaning, I’m looking for people who either board their dogs or have someone come in to take care of them – pros/cons, etc…and was wondering if you’d like to participate and/or write your own piece?

    If so, please let me know. I’d be honored. I’m in no rush at all. And if you decline I won’t go all freak-out on you! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Take care, Deborah

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    • Deborah-thanks so much for contacting me. Yes, I would love to write something for you. Just let me know what you would like-I can write an article or if you want me to participate in another way, just let me know. But I am on board-Thanks so much for asking!


  10. Just started followed this and your other blog. I’m loving the pictures both here and there. I’m a huge animal lover, and thanks for liking a post on my blog, Growing Up Italian. I’ve got another, The Panda Cam, that you might like. It’s about me and my dog.

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  11. Thanks so much for all of the visits to my blog, Meg. I have finally awoken from my stupor and am in love with this blog! I love dogs so much, but haven’t had one in years. I miss them, and your posts will make me very happy.

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    • Thanks so much for stopping by and taking a look-yes, having a dog (x3) makes for a very lively and somewhat chaotic lifestyle-cats are much more efficient at running a household ๐Ÿ˜‰ Enjoy your artwork a lot, especially your alphabet series-

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      • Thank you, I’m so glad you’re enjoying it. Woo, three dogs would be a lot to handle! I admire people who have that much energy! ๐Ÿ˜€ Cats are definitely good at running their houses, lol. Especially ours. She’s an old girl, but she’s the star of the show, and she knows it. And we love her for it. Isn’t it awesome what pets can bring to our lives? Every house needs a pet, I think.

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      • No argument from this household to be sure-I miss having cats, but Jack Henry does not do well with them–he tends to find himself on the receiving end of their claws too often! Very nosy, that one.

        On Mon, Mar 16, 2015 at 1:40 PM, Little Dogs Laughed wrote:


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  12. Your photography and artwork is amazing. I am so glad I found your blog. Looking forward to reading and learning from you. I’d like to get better with photography/art. Thank you for sharing your work. Cheers, Koko:)

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  13. There is (nearly) no picture on your blog, that I do not like, it is amazing and for me dogs are special, I have never ever been without a dog in my life, it might be possible to live without a dog, but it is senseless.
    Well done !

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    • Absolutely! I feel like I am the one who is *rescued* many days-Thank you Daal so much and I apologize for my very late response-A number of comments have slipped through the cracks ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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