I started taking dog portraits several years ago, simply because dogs are so much fun to photograph.
Finding the right setting and getting a dog to pose is a fun and challenging process. I try to capture the personality and essence of a dogs true spirt, be it feisty, happy go lucky, regal or somber.

​Fortunately, thanks to some veterinary training during my early years I have a way with most dogs, and know many best friends seem to really enjoy the process. Some dogs even smile for the camera.

PhoDOGraphy portraits make great gifts. Both candid and formal portraiture is offered.
Sitting fees are reasonable and portraits can be presented in a variety of ways, with digital files, color or black and white prints, or on beautiful gallery-wrapped canvas.
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