Reeses: 3 months old… and a few extras

Reeses’ is now 3 months old (12 weeks!) Her hair is really soft, and fluffy. As you can see she has her daddy dogs’ ears.

I threw in a photo of Nala and Snickers as well as I am renting lighting equipment from school for a shoot.

Advertisements

Reeses 9 week update

Here is Reeses 9 week update! Shes 3 lbs 2 oz. She learning how she needs to go potty outside and not inside. She is getting better with car rides, and love giving kisses to everyone.

Puppy Update: 7 Weeks old

So puppies are now 7 weeks old!!!!! CRAZY RIGHT!? Like where has the time gone! Anyways… Happy Fourth of July! I wanted to do something special for this round since they did turn seven weeks on the 4th and add some color.

Have a safe holiday, and please enjoy this cuteness!!

All the best,
Chelsea

A little bit of white….Like a bunny!

This is Dante. (Don-Teh) Β He is a six month old white German Shepard who is my friends nephews dog who is visiting. There are a few of Bear, the black German Shepard we’re dog sitting currently. It is cool having a black and a white German Shepard in our back yard together.

With Dante being white, he got dirty, so he got a bath. I was able to get some cute shots of him with the towel.

Please enjoy. Share if you would like. Happy Easter!!! πŸ™‚

Click the photo to enlarge πŸ™‚

Portland Strut Your Mutt 2014

Last Saturday I was honored to be apart of the #strutyourmutt fundraiser walk. I was the Smooch Your Pooch photo booth photographer like shown below:

10606442_10202397049036859_9136475430879797904_n

SYM was a lot of fun and I got to meet some amazingly beautiful puppy dogs that day! I look forward to next year! To see the photos from the photo booth go to this link:http://www.strutyourmutt.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=547

10616250_10202398813280964_5113294666072749618_nIMG_2332

Thanks for viewing. If you would like to be a volunteer or donate head to http://www.strutyourmutt.org

We had some great weather today in Portland. with that we had great lighting in our house. So I pulled out my reflector and took some photos. Here is what I got: