Back in April, I participated in the the Friends of Fido Spring Vendor Show. They had an amazing turnout on a very chilly Saturday afternoon. There were a ton of vendors and some great items up for auction.
I had donated a dog portrait session as part of their fundraiser. Colleen was the lucky winner of a session at the Boardman studio! She decided to have her 1 1/2 year old Red Doberman, Pacer photographed. She has three dogs and it was a tough decision on which one of the pups would get their photo session.
I opened the studio door to see one very large puppy waiting for me! Pacer was full of energy and one of the most food-motivated dogs I have ever met. We had a great time and got a ton of photographs of this handsome Doberman. I had to laugh, no matter what piece of furniture we put him on, when he jumped off, the couch or chair would go slamming into the wall as he pushed off of it. When Colleen and I would get him on the furniture, one of us would have to hold it so it didn’t move from his strength jumping. I guess that is the downfall of having a big dog and a hardwood floor in my shooting room.
Below are just a few of my favorites from Pacer’s photo session. Colleen and her husband were more overwhelmed than they expected at the viewing appointment. Clients think it won’t be hard picking their favorite images of their pet. But, they are like children, and you can’t say no to their furry faces! They selected a 4×8 album to feature their favorite photographs. It’s the perfect size to even put in your purse and share with family and friends while you’re out!