About 40 kilometers north of Munich is the "Canis Resort", an exclusive hotel for the rich and canine. A suite runs from 50 to 120 euros per dog per day. Meals and personal all-round care are included.
With its sausage-like body and notorious stubbornness, the revered dachshund had lately fallen from favor among pooch lovers. But the opening of the world's first wiener dog museum means the hound is back in vogue.
Wes Anderson's "Isle of Dogs," a stop-motion adventure featuring the director's ultra-stylized approach, premiered at the Berlinale to strong reviews. Now the political allegory is making its American debut.
American director Wes Anderson had already opened the Berlinale in 2014. He returns to the film festival with his latest work, "Isle of Dogs," an animated adventure film
There's a club in Germany, which though not exclusive, demands of its members, time, money, a rulebook, license, and a leash. Yes, we're talking hounds. And the nation loves them, as Tamsin Walker found out.
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