These delightful pooches are at the base of the statue of Diana the Huntress (not related to Diana the Waitress) in the gardens of Fontainbleau, a swank former residence near Paris, now open to the public.
It clearly shows that either French dogs are very different from regular dogs, or that you shouldn't hunt your dogs till they're too tired to lift their legs. A clever variation on the tired old manneken-pis, who does, however, have a more extensive wardrobe. There's another that claims to be the original in Geraardsbergen.
Are there statues of other critters taking a leak? Where? For that matter, why?
Update: Since I have both an insatiable curiosity and way too much time on my hands, I did a search for "Peeing Statues". There are a couple high-tech models in Prague, but it appears that Brussels refuses to be outdone in this realm. Turns out doggies DO lift their legs in Belgium. Truth be told, I'm beginning to regret having opened up this can of worms.