Monthly Archives: November 2013

A Happy Thanksgiving tail

Odin We first met Odin at the Marion County Dog Shelter. I remember him well. He was big, powerful boy. They called him Socks. I asked himView full post »

A visit with Jackson

Jackson    Santa Paws, 11 am to 3 pm. When I do events like that, I never really know what to expect. It was the Saturday beforeView full post »

A romp in the park

Bruno    He’s their baby, they are the love of his life. Bruno was adopted when he was about a year old and that was 11 years ago.View full post »

Santa Paws, I heart you

Zara    I love doing Santa Paws events, they are just fun. Beautiful Zara has modeled for my lens before and each time, she is moreView full post »

Santa Paws is coming to town

Timber    I will be joining Santa Paws on Saturday, November 23 at Nature’s Pet Salem from 11 am to 3 pm. Have your pets sit withView full post »

A Diamond in the rough

Diamond    This adorable little fuzz bucket is Diamond. She came over to have her adoption pet portraits done with two other little whiteView full post »

Fundraiser for the greyhounds

If you are on a mobile device, please view the video here. Anyone that knows me, knows that greyhounds are near and dear to my heart. ItView full post »

Always my heroine

Minnie She always stands so tall and so brave. One tech holds her head up, the other tech inserts the needle into the vein in her neck andView full post »

Still getting puppytude

The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs    Seven months ago these guys were cute little puppies. I could hardly wait to photograph the entireView full post »

Someone to make music with

Mozart    This little beauty is Mozart. He is waiting at the Marion County Dog Shelter for his perfect family. He is a one-year oldView full post »

Lessons in gratitude

Flocko    My pity party that I was so good at ended promptly when I saw the three deep scratches across the hood of Karen’s car. ItView full post »

Just a Rascal

Rascal    Can you hear me now? If you asked me what I enjoyed photographing the most, I would loudly yell at the top of my lungsView full post »