Q: How did you get into dogs and what lifestyle do you associate with them?

A: Since I could speak, I have expressed the desire for a life with a dog. Then I also managed to do that quite early. Thus it comes that a life without dog is strange to me. I associate a lot of happiness and satisfaction with it. A family dynamic with a dog feels perfect. The loyalty, the joy, the growing together.

Q: How often do you talk to your dog and about what (fashion, style...)?

A: Daily. I encourage Sirius Grace Anouk to keep going through the world strong and confident - as a small dog (1.4 kg) in such a big and noisy world, it's not always easy.

Q: Your favourite restaurants, bars, cafes and parks with dog?

A: Sirius as an assistance dog is allowed in any park. That's why I like to walk with her through all the parks in the city center. Even pubs therefore no problem - only too loud music is of course nothing for Sirius.

Q: Which dog habits do you prefer to keep under wraps and what do you insist on?

A: On the street and with the many people in the city, it is important that Sirius and I are very well attuned - something can happen quickly to such a small dog. It is therefore essential that we listen to each other and function smoothly as a team in every situation like an "oiled machine".

Q: Do you travel with your dog and where do you prefer to go? And what should not be missing?

A: We are open to all countries where entry with a dog is permitted. It's especially nice to rent a house on Föhr (neighbouring island of Sylt) in the summer, ride bikes around the island and to the beaches.

Q: What do you value in dog accessories?

A: Quality and sustainability. For Sirius, I have a stalking leash made of leather and horn from the hunting store. The leash can be slung diagonally so that your hands are free and the collar is also already included.

Sirius Grace Anouk can always be seen looking chic in her dog collar "Pigalle".


Anouk Lamm Anouk is an artist. An enfant terrible of painting as well as poetry on canvas, Anouk stands out for her unusual and unique approach to art, to life - quietly and steadfastly. Living in the midst of art. Living and creative space are one and the same in the Casa, the Studio Anouk Lamm Anouk. And so dog and cat are also present privately as well as professionally. And that since her childhood. Anouk actually can't remember a life without animals, since she vehemently expressed her desire for a life with animals as a toddler. Animal creatures, sometimes ghostly, sometimes mystical, also have a recurring presence in Anouk's paintings. In addition to her post/pre, Lesbian Jazz, and The Void is my Temple series, Anouk also enjoys working on almost ornamental repetitive paintings with (animal) entities-and increasingly writing. The lamb is not only present on canvas, as a three-dimensional creature it was on view as a large black object by the artist at the 21st House in Vienna. The work of Anouk Lamm Anouk as well as her daily life with the animals together in the studio can be followed partly daily via Instagram: @anouklammanouk