What dog owner hasnâ€™t done this? You anthropomorphize your four-legged friend, put thoughts and feelings into his or her head that he or she almost certainly doesnâ€™t have, and basically turn your pet into a four-legged person. That is exactly how photographer Sandra MÃ¼ller feels about her dog Majaâ€”who inspired Dog Peopleâ€”the book that provides hilarious and creative photographic answers to the question: â€œWhat kind of person would this dog be?â€ Whether itâ€™s Great Dane Holly as a couch potato or â€œGismoâ€ riding a Harley, these images and more make up the unforgettable and endearing collection of portraits of manâ€™s best friend in Dog People. From the authorâ€™s foreword: â€œNo, this book is not meant to be a fashion show for dogs and dog ownersâ€”dogs are not dolls and should only have clothes put on them when medically necessary. This book is simply a thought experiment: what kind of person would my dog be? Letâ€™s be honest: who hasnâ€™t given his or her dog a lengthy explanation of which the dog seems to listen intently and surely seems to understand every word? Yes, yes, I knowâ€¦ YOUR dog understands every word, just like mine!â€ The book is a colorful parade of dogs, from Giant Schnauzers to Pugs, from registered purebreds to street mutts. There is also a humorous description of each dog explaining how the outfit was chosen to make the particular animal a Dog Man or Dog Lady. For example, take â€œGisbert,â€ a Pug who would surely be a doctor if he were humanâ€”as he loves his vet so much that all you have to do is say: â€œDr. Uweâ€ and he pricks his earsâ€”as much as any Pug can prick his ears, at least.