Category Archives: 2013 daily photo

Where were you last Saturday?

Zara and Sadie    We were at the Howl-A-Palooza. It was a great day for a walk in the park.View full post »

The zoi boy, My Model T, at sunset

Timber    Yesterday after the Howl-a-palooza, I looked to the west and then I checked the forecast. I knew in an instant it was time for aView full post »


Maho When we adopted our greyhounds, I always wanted to have siblings. I just thought it would be so cool to have siblings. Now, we haveView full post »

The greyhound party

If you are on a mobile device, you can view the video here. The Fun Fall Festival for  Oregon Greyhound Adoption was so muchView full post »

The family dog

Mr. Kenso and Isabella    W.C. Fields once said “Never work with children or animals. They steal the show and are completelyView full post »

Fun-loving bundle o’ puppy

Duncan     One of my favorite calls is when I get called to photograph dogs that are ready to be adopted. They  really do bring me greatView full post »

A strapping young lad

Dean    This handsome young man is Dean. I met him at the greyhound picnic last week. Dean is three years old and is available for adoptionView full post »

The perfect lap dog

Zoey    This cute little peanut is Zoey. Her birth certificate says she was born to be a lap dog. She wants nothing more in her life thanView full post »

Wanna know how my day was???

Maisey, Oliver and Bentley    Do ya, do ya, do ya? It was awesome. The rain did not keep people away from Nature’s Pet Salem. I haveView full post »

Just me and my ball

Chola    We are promised unprecedented rains this weekend. I’m thinking it would be a great weekend to snuggle down with my favoriteView full post »

In training

Mr. Kenzo    This handsome guy came to my little rustic studio for a few adoption photos. He’s amazing. He’s beautiful, gentleView full post »

Willamette Valley Hospice Walk ‘n’ Wag

If you are on a mobile device, you can view your video here. A week or so ago, The Willamette Valley Hospice held the Walk ‘n’View full post »