Lili Chin is an artist best known for co-creating the Warner Bros hit animated series “Mucha Lucha” and for her globally popular dog art. As the founder of Doggie Drawings, she provides custom illustration and a catalog of art products for sale.
Lili Chin's dog behavior infographics have become a popular tool for dog training professionals, veterinarians, behaviorists, and welfare groups who advocate for humane animal training methods. A partial list of prominent behaviorists, authors, and organizations that have used her dog art include the late Dr. Sophia Yin, Fear Free Pets, RSPCA, and the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC). Her drawings also appear in the dog body language mobile app, Dog Decoder, and her viral Doggie Language poster has been translated into many different languages and is used by dog rescues and shelters around the world. Her first book - Doggie Language: A Dog Lover's Guide to Understanding Your Best Friend - will be published by Summersdale in October 2020.
Lili Chin is Malaysia-born and currently lives in Los Angeles with her muse: her rescued, blue-eyed boston terrier, Boogie.
ANIMAL TRAINING ACADEMY PODCAST: Changing the World One Drawing At A Time!
WHOLE DOG JOURNAL: The Play Way For Shy & Fearful Dogs (infographic)
WILDPAW DOG PODCAST: Interview with Lili Chin
DOGTALK WITH NICK BENGER PODCAST: Lili Chin - Illustrating Dogs
AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY: Map of the Week - Year of The Dog
HEALTHY PAWS: Helping Pets, One Illustration At A Time
COPYRIGHT ALLIANCE: Five Questions with Pet Artist Lili Chin
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN | DOG SPIES: The Art of Dog
PLYWERK BLOG: Featured Artist: Lili Chin
HOUND & FRIENDS: This is Boogie and my story.
DYREFONDET: Lær hundesprog med Boogie (Danish)
VETCAETERA: D’où vient votre chien? Réponse avec les "Doggie Drawings" de Lili Chin (French)