Using Photography to Find Families for Homeless Dogs

Photographer and professor Shannon Johnson has spent over a year shooting portraits of homeless dogs at risk of being euthanized, and finding homes for many.
3:00 | 12/04/13

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This is world news beyond the headlines and I'm Steve listen Sami and Raleigh, North Carolina and this is herald. Heralds a dog who is being helped. By the wonderful and talented Shannon Johnstone who is a professor at college here in Raleigh who takes these incredibly beautiful photos of these dogs dogs that. Are sitting in shelters and could be euthanized if they stay for too long. And to post them on FaceBook and it's gotten these dogs adopted she saved as many as 45. Of these beautiful lives and hailed as one of these dogs he just went out for a run today. The shelters tell -- that bigger dogs like Harold and other dogs like pit bull breeds in some dogs that are just black in color are often. Harder to place in these photos make the difference because people get to see the essence of the dog and just -- Wonderful and kind and curious. These dogs can be. For ABC -- using Yahoo! News I'm Steve Centanni and you can follow me and herald on Twitter. Act Steve -- on.

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