As you may know, in my “spare” time I am a foster for the Humane Society of Flower Mound. Fostering animals is one of the most rewarding things I have ever done…I get to play with new cats and dogs all the time and also have the satisfaction of knowing that I helped save their lives. It’s the best feeling in the world to see an animal in its new, loving home and know that I played a part in sending it there.

Many of the cats and dogs I foster come to us sick or injured. The veterinary care for those animals can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars, very little of which is recovered in the adoption fee. This year at Fido Fest, I’ll be walking to help pay for the care of Trooper, a dog that I fostered this year. Trooper was came in off the streets of Dallas and is a Distemper survivor. He came to me with an upper respiratory infection, worms, and a permanent twitch (due to the Distemper). He is now healthy and in a loving, forever home thanks to the Humane Society of Flower Mound. Trooper’s care cost HSFM $550 and his adoption fee was $175.

I know not everyone has the time, space, and energy to be a foster home for animals in need…but you can help me help more animals like Trooper by sponsoring me at Fido Fest! Thank you for whatever amount you can give…Trooper and I appreciate it!


Distemper Survivor


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Pet Portrait Mini Sessions are on!

Get your pet’s portraits done for an unforgettable holiday card this year!


30 Minute session*
25 Holiday Cards (5×7, flat, double-sided) **
2 (5×7) Prints
(10% will be donated to The Humane Society of Flower Mound)
Happy Howlidays
Felix Naughty Dog
Happy Howlidays from our paws to yours
Cozy Beds
Seasons GRRReetings!
*Sessions must be booked by November 10, 2012.
**Choose from templates shown above. Additional packs of 25 cards are $40 each.

Contact me today to book your session!


Is your pet cute?

If you think so, enter the Humane Society of Flower Mounds Cutest Pet Photo Contest for a chance to win the COVER of their 2013 calendar, a mini-session with Jenny Froh Photography and an 8×10 print!


  • Enter your photo, share the link with your friends, and get the most votes! Votes cost $1 each with a minimum of 5 votes per person. The picture with the most votes will win the Grand Prize and 5 runner-up prizes will go to the other fundraising leaders. So get your friends and family to vote early and often!
  • Enter your photo, and at the end of our contest on August 24, 2012, our judges will select 6 winning pictures from all photos.

All proceeds from the photo contest and the calendar sales will go to benefit the Humane Society of Flower Mound. Entries and votes may be submitted at any time through August 24, 2012. Pictures with the most votes (Fundraising Winners) will be posted on the website at the closing of the contest. Photos will be judged by our team and those winners announced within 5 days of the closing of the contest.

Hurry up and enter here…


Terrier Mix avaiable for adoption

Sidney is a beautiful 2 year old, 27 lb, female terrier mix available for adoption at the Humane Society of Flower Mound (one of many!).


I was honored to be able to photograph the winners of the Denton Record Chronicles “Cats & Dogs and other pets, too!” contest this year. 10% of the proceeds went to the Denton Humane Society.

The Grand Prize winner was Lyle, an adorable Dachshund. Lyle won a photo session with me and an 8×10 print along with being the COVER dog for this years publication!

To view the magazine and read the adorable interviews with Lyle, Sadie, and Cheeto, click HERE!


Dachshund with neck tie

Dachshund looking up


The runner ups were Cheeto, the cat and Sadie, the Sheltie who both won a mini session and a 5×7 print along with being featured in the supplement.

Orange cat

cat on couch


Sheltie on sofa
If you didn’t win this year, there is always next year! Can’t wait? Consider entering the Humane Society of Flower Mound‘s Calendar Contest HERE!




I’d like to introduce you all to a very special boy. Meet Trooper, a one year old, male German Shepard/Husky mix! Trooper was pulled from Dallas Animal Services last week. We believe he is a Distemper survivor as he has a “twitch” (shown in video below).  He is also being treated for an upper respiratory infection (most likely caused from being in the shelter for 5 days). Trooper will be visiting a neurologist soon to confirm the cause of the twitch.

I’ve only fostered Trooper for 1 1/2 days now, but he’s really touched my heart. He LOVES other dogs… he fit immediately into our family (3 children and 3 dogs). He is so much a pack animal. He follows my 3 dogs around so much wanting to be part of the “in” crowd. lol  He loves people just as much. I have 3 young boys and he adores them, always soaking up the attention. Trooper is housebroken and knows the “sit” command. He doesn’t like so much to be crated, but will sleep quietly at the end of your bed.

Trooper will need a very special family. One that can overlook his disability… if you can even call it that. He can do anything any other dog can do and is really enjoying life right now!


Dog in tie


This is Trooper’s twitch, which he may have the rest of his life…

Trooper LOVES toys!

If you’re interested in Trooper or another dog/cat to adopt, please visit





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