January 25th, 2015
Shooting dogs is not easy, shooting dogs that move fast is an even bigger challenge! Thanks to Michelle from Pup Pup ‘N Away who let me crash on a practice session with her fellow agility friends from Clean Run Agility Club!
Some of them warmed up with some frisbee jumps…as you can see they might not get it 100% of the time..
Quite a few weaves
And quite rare to see a CKCS!
Plenty of jumping too
Also as this was a training session, things did go awry.. Romeo here decided that the A frame was more fun than the tunnel…and later when he was SUPPOSED to go into on the A-frame…well yea you get the idea..
I also had the chance to test out a remote camera setup to get some shots which I may not have been able to get otherwise!
If you’d like to know more do check out Clean Run Agility Club
For more pictures check out this facebook page post for more!
January 7th, 2015
Our last portrait session for 2014! The every energetic Coco was a blast to photography with her boundless energy and eagerness to pose (for treats).
December 23rd, 2014
Meeting this guy for the first time, it was hard to believe that he was already 10 years old! Still a very lively fella (as long as you had the treats…)
The classic feather duster tail, white around the edges but still moves as fast..
Being older he does tend to miss a few catches, but the faces are quire worth it..
Silly yet charming at the same time
He does have this odd liking for a head massage done this way..
Other than that, he enjoys nothing more than a full on scratch/petting session!
In case you cannot get enough of his shoik face.. here are two more videos of how much he enjoyed the session.
December 10th, 2014
In another case of a dog walking into another person’s life, we have Bamji here who also quite literally appeared in Kelly’s life. He does have legs that are too long for him resulting in an awkward walk but still very cute all the same!
This is his are we done yet face
While not her first dog, it is quite clear to see there is a quite a lot of love between them both!
Back at home he was quite different and much more playful!
And like all good sessions it ends with the client quite tired out!