Goose is one of the most silly dogs I’ve photographed in a long time. His mom told me he could balance things on his nose, so I found a few fun things to try!
What do you think? Do you think he’s got talent? I DO!
A dear friend of mine contacted me because she wanted to share the good news that she was “expecting” through photos. So we did a pregnancy reveal session. We had a wonderful time at Grapevine Botanical Gardens where we even included their very special Dachshund girl, Tenley, who will be a big sister soon!
Animal Sheltering Magazine Article – The Great Pet Migration – Rescue groups partner up to do transport right.
This article features the Love On Wheels program started by Stacy Smith of The Humane Society of Flower Mound. It’s also shows when we sent our 100th dog (my foster, Penny) to DeWitt, NY to be adopted, pictured below with me and my boys. 🙂
Last week I had the honor of photographing a session for a friend, Lauren. Lauren and her family are animal rescuers and do so much fostering and volunteering for our rescue community. She wanted to gift a session to her mom and dad of their 18 year old family cat, Crystal (AKA BC or “Bad Cat”) and their dog, Wally. Well, I can’t say for sure she is a bad cat, but she was not a happy cat! lol I actually had the giggles for most of this session because she was so angry and would not look at me. She hissed and tried to run away. So… to say this session was a challenge is a little bit of an understatement! LOL Either way, I had so much fun capturing this sweet family and their wonderful sense of humor and love for their pets!
This sweet couple and their Pug, Inman, came to me a few weeks ago for their family session. Inman was adopted from DFW Pug Rescue and was actually a foster failure. They intended to foster him, but fell in love and couldn’t give him up. After meeting him, I could totally see why. He was an absolutely adorable little man!