Category Archives: Animal Rescue

Looking for a dog or cat to add to your family? Considering adopting! The Humane Society of Flower Mound has many very deserving animals available for adoption.

… and this is why I love my job! I get the wonderful opportunity to meet and photograph many of the pets needing homes.  This is just a handful… there are so many more. Please visit your local Humane Society or shelter and save a life!

Visit Humane Society of Flower Mound for more adoptable animals.  Not a fan of HSFM on facebook yet? Go here to “LIKE” them… http://www.facebook.com/HSFMFans

I am a proud member of Hearts Speak, an amazing organization that connects Rescues/Shelters with artists with the intention of breaking down the myth that animals from Rescues and Shelters are inferior in some way. Professional Photographs greatly improve adoptability and ultimately will increase the number of animals adopted and reduce the numbers that are euthanized. If you are an artist and would like to join, please visit their website here http://heartsspeak.org or visit and Like their Facebook fanpage here… http://www.facebook.com/HeARTsSpeak

Adoptables from the Humane Society  of Flower Mound

 

 

I recently shot the cover for the Dallas/Fort Worth edition of Texas Dogs & Cats Magazine. This is Zin, a Border Collie rescue. He was so awesome… seriously so well trained and did everything we asked of him during the session.  It really is incredible to meet so many wonderful dogs and cats that have come from shelters and rescues… they make the most wonderful companions!

Texas Dogs & Cats Magazine Cover

 

Here are some other shots from my session with Zin…

Texas Dogs and Cats Magazine Cover DogYou can read more about Zin and Border Collie Rescue Texas online here… Texas Cat & Dogs Magazine – December 2011/January 2012 Issue.

If you’d like to learn a little bit more about me, they also featured me on page 16 & 17.   You can pick up your free issue of this magazine at many Dallas/Ft. Worth Pet Businesses.

 

Check out this gorgeous Boxer mix available for adoption at the Humane Society of Flower Mound.

Boxer on sofa

Gotti is a very handsome, 2 year old, 72 lb Boxer mix. His mother was a pure bred Boxer, but we’re not sure about the dad. Gotti is a very well behaved dog. He is house trained, and knows basic commands. He is a loving dog too. He tries to be a lap dog, but settles for snuggling next to his people. He gets along very well with the other two dogs in his foster home, and loves to play tug-o-war with them. He does fine in a crate, as long as one of the other dogs is crated beside him. Gotti needs a home with another playful dog. He is a little too interested in cats. He has been great with kids ranging in age from 5 to 13. He’s been very gentle with them, but keep in mind that he is very muscular & strong, and could accidentally knock down toddler aged kids. He loves to run & play in the yard, especially in the water sprinklers! He walks well on a leash. He’s a little shy around new people at first, but he has made a lot of progress, and is more outgoing every day.

Please visit http://www.hsfm.org for more information on Gotti and other wonderful dogs and cats!

Are you looking for the PERFECT dog? Well, look no further! Meet Candy.

Candy is a female, 3 year old, Labrador Retriever mix available for Adoption at the Humane Society of Flower Mound. She is sweet and playful and even gets a long with cats! Candy loves to run and play so would do best with an active family or a family with other dogs. As you can tell by her pictures, she’s absolutely gorgeous and such a lovey dovey!

For more information on adopting Candy, please visit http://www.hsfm.org.

Labrador Retriever mix

Candy, available for adoption

Candy, Lab mix

Labrador kissing mom

Miss Duchess is available for adoption. She has been with the Humane Society of Flower Mound for over 4 1/2 months now. She is just over 1 year old and has already had a really rough start in life. Duchess was one of many dogs that were taken from a puppy mill raid early this summer. Even at such a young age, she was neglected,  isolated in a crate, unsocialized and probably never had the chance to run around and play. Her foster mommy is taking wonderful care of her now and Duchess has made amazing progress. Once she learns to trust you, she becomes very attached and is what you call a “velcro dog”.  She loves to snuggle into her foster mommy and doesn’t leave her side. She will need a very patient new family, but I know it will be so worth it once she opens up and learns to know all the joys of life that she so much deserves!

If you are interested in learning more about Duchess, please visit the Humane Society of Flower Mound.

Chihuaha

Chihuaha smiling

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