Cyndi emailed me with a request to photograph her 3 black labs as a gift to her husband for Father’s Day! What a wonderful gift to give the dog loving man in your life, wouldn’t you say??

 This little puppy did a little romping in the wet grass! Is there anything cuter than a wet puppy?wet Labrador Retriever puppyblack labrador retrieverblack labrador retriever3 black labs3 black labrador retrievers in front of fence3 black labs on ottoman in field3 black labs on ottoman in field

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  • Valerie - Seriously, Jenny! HOW do you get dogs to sit & pose like that? Especially when there is more than one?! Insanely gorgeous shots!

Lacy emailed me because she wanted a session for her husband and their dog Bentley. Bentley is daddy’s boy and is aging so she wanted to get some pictures of him with her husband while Bentley was still in good health. After the session Lacy told me, that she loved the photos so much it ended up being a session that was just as much for her!

In Lacy’s words “Jenny, I wanted to thank you again from the bottom of my heart for taking such special photos of me and my little family. My heart is spilling over with happiness, and it’s thanks to your gift.Love, Bentley and Sam’s Mom.”

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  • Valerie - These photos are beautiful, Jenny! Gosh, I really need to do this, too, with my 3 precious little doggies and our family. Time flies so fast, and images like this are priceless.

This years Humane Society of Flower Mound calendar contest winners are:

Guinness (Cover)

Shepherd Mix dog on Rock

 

Ava (Miss October)

Maltese dog on red ottoman

 

Alfie (Mr. April)

Alfie on tree stump

Dexter (Mr. November) was a foster cat and was adopted so I was not able to photograph him for the calendar, therefore his original submission image will appear in the calendar.

 

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I was contact in February by Meagan who found me through the Joy Session Website.  She wanted me to photograph her beautiful Great Dane mix,  Daisy after she was diagnosed with cancer the day after Christmas.

Meagan met Daisy  7 years ago after an extremely difficult time in her life. Meagan was volunteering at the SPCA of Texas  by walking the dogs. After meeting Daisy and noticing about much that Daisy looked like Meagan felt, there was an immediate connection. Not prepared at all to adopt a dog, she left the shelter. On her drive home, she called her mom and told her about this dog she met. Her mom urged her to go back and adopt her and she did. When Meagan returned to the shelter, there was a man in her kennel and Daisy looked terrified. Meagan told this man that Daisy was hers. He looked at her like she was crazy, but when Daisy came over and sat on her feet, he realized they weren’t meant to be together.  Daisy was one very lucky girl that Meagan saved her that day because the next day, Daisy got bloat and almost died. Had Meagan not gotten her the treatment she needed immediately she would not have survived. That was the beginning of their life together.

In Meagan’s words “Daisy Martin was a most precious soul and hands down one of the greatest blessings in my life. She knew I was hers before I did and spent her time on Earth teaching me to slow down, be more patient, pick cuddle time over chores, and to always take time to breathe everything in. ”

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