Raising the ‘woof’ at the Museum of Dogs

Former Woodridge pupil poised to open gallery in Cape Town paying homage to the humble pooch

Every dog has its day, and for a pack of pooches that day will come later in July when Karel van der Vyver opens a museum in Cape Town dedicated to man’s best friend.

At the bottom of Keerom Street, in the heart of the Mother City, the 24-year-old is putting the finishing touches to his project to pay homage to dogs and the roles they have played in people’s lives...

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