When Meagan and Rob contacted me, I was SO excited to hear that they wanted to have a photo session with their Basset Hound Marley. As an avid dog lover myself, and as someone who grew up with Beagles as family pets, I have a soft spot for hounds and was really excited to be doing a session that included a slobbery faced, long eared, big hearted pooch 🙂 Continue reading
My family has two dogs. The older of the two is Emma. A full-bred, loyal, sweet, super diva Pug. The younger of the two is Peanut. An extra tiny Pug/Shih-Tzu mix who is hyper, full of personality and borderline nuts. At 1.5 years old, she’s still as Puppy-ish as they come in both looks and activity level. And as a result, Peanut and I have a complicated relationship. I love her dearly….but I’m sure I could put my kids through college if I tallied up the dollar value of the things this dog has single handedly destroyed. 😉
This is the first real opportunity I’ve had to photograph Peanut. Typically when I get down to her level to take a photo I end up with a dog lunging at the camera, thinking that I must be crouching down to play. A couple of days ago I just happened to have my camera ready just before she decided to go for a nap though. I quietly approached her, sat down ever so softly on the floor in front of her and was able to snap a few photos while she was still relatively groggy. I, of course, did not have the opportunity to clean the gunk out of her eyes or bathe her in preparation for her blog debut, but this shows you the real Peanut. The true face of the little dog that brings us so much stress…err…I mean joy. 😉
I’m grateful that I did seize this opportunity. Our dogs are very much a part of our families and our every day life, yet sadly they both end up forgotten when it comes to pictures. I hope to spend more time photographing our furry family members this year. Animals are only with us for such an incredibly short time, yet they have the ability to make such an impact on our lives. I never want my kids to forget the faces and personalities of the animals who’s lives have helped shape theirs. That’s why photography is so wonderful. It allows us to never forget.
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“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.”- Roger Caras
There’s something so beautiful about the connection that a dog and its owner can share. And this is what I love about Pet Photography. How often do owners think about capturing this connection? These beautiful relationships that we often hold so dear are only ours for a few short years. I hope that more people will consider just HOW important it is to document these relationships while they can. I know that I will always cherish the images that I have of my dogs. They are a part of our family and years after they pass, I know that I will take so much joy in sharing those photos with my grown children and grand children.
When Carole contacted me about a session with her and her Maltese/Yorkie named Diva, I was SO excited at the possibility of being able to capture these two! So we met last week for our session and it went beautifully! Sweet little Diva totally lived up to her name. She is sweet and charming but made me work by ‘tail’ off to get her attention! But after lots of treats, praise and a little bit of coaxing, we ended up with some gorgeous images of this little Princess and her Mama. 🙂
Enjoy your sneak peek Carole and Diva!! 🙂