Puppy Dog Eyes: Columbus Adoptable Pets

adoptable hound puppy photograph Columbus OhioYesterday, I made my monthly visit to Pets Without Parents to photograph the dogs and cats in search of homes. There were plenty of new faces again this visit and I was so happy to see that some dogs that had been there a little longer than I would like, were finally in their forever homes. With over 20 dogs and cats this time around, a few of them gave me a run for my money! They were just so excited for some playtime with George and I that they could not sit still. Wiggling butts, flopping tails and sloppy kisses. I love being able to offer my photography services to PWP, especially when my models are such happy participants!

I always check PWP’s Petfinder.com page before I go there. I like to see what I may be in for, new litters of kittens and puppies or older pets that are new to the shelter. While looking through their listings I saw the photograph of Shiloh. I knew this cutie pie would be fun to photograph and I was right! I am really hoping that the new photographs of him will gain him some quick movement and have tons of folks putting in an application to take him home. He’s going to be a big boy at probably 60-70 pounds when he is full grown, but I bet he will still have the cutest face ever! I am so glad that my work at PWP helps to attract more attention to the dogs and cats that are in need of new homes.

Take a look at all of the beautiful animals that need homes below. Don’t forget to share this post with anyone you know who is in search of a new best friend for their family. I saw this quote today and thought it was fitting, we’ll just pretend that it says dog and cat 😉

“Saving one dog won’t change the world, but surely the world will change for that one dog.” – Author Unknown

 

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  • Ellen | Kalamazoo photographyJune 7, 2012 - 1:27 pm

    Yuo have such a talent for this- I don’t know how you connect so well with so many dogs and cats in a short time, but clearly you do. They’re lucky to have you photographing them!

  • bethJune 9, 2012 - 12:31 pm

    Just love your pet work! Your light is beautiful. Hope they all find a new happy forever home.

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