The little white puppy was born into a large litter in Verona, Italy. One by one his brothers and sisters were adopted and he was the last puppy to remain.
Tony Anzenberger, a young photographer from Austria came across him and the two became unseparable. Anzenberger named him Pecorino.
In photography timing is key, but each time the perfect photo opportunity arose for Anzenberger Pecorino would stumble into the picture and ruin the shot. Pecorino seemed to have an uncanny knack of knowing just where to be when the flash went off.
Soon the photographer and his four legged muse were journeying around Europe on a quest for a different kind of travel photo.
But after a brief period of frustration due to his disobedient dog, Anzenberger realized that the Pecorino pictures were the ones he looked forward to the most.
This topic is meant to be educational; be kind to animals because they have a soul. Pecorino is a good example of this, and Anzenberger obviously loves him and takes great delight in his pet.
Pecorino poses in a sculpture in the Sicilian village of Gibellina Nuova