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We’re so proud—but not surprised—that occasional Bark contributor and certified dog lover Carol Guzy won a Pulitzer Prize  for breaking news photography this week. Guzy earned the honor, along with fellow Washington Post shooters Nikki Kahn and Ricky Carioti, for up-close portraits of grief and desperation after the 2010 Haitian earthquake. This is Guzy’s fourth Pulitzer, which makes her the first-ever four-time winner.
UPDATE!: Check out our gallery of Carol Guzy's shots  from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and her story for Bark (February 2007) on the opening of the Washington D.C. Animal Rescue League shelter.
SECOND UPDATE!: You can also read Carol Guzy's heartwarming article about Washington, D.C.'s Washington Animal Rescue League, "A Place of Dignity,"  published in the January/February 2007 issue of The Bark.