Category Archives: Pet Photography

Here’s a recap of Roxy’s 6 years with us, here’s one in the park in 2012, a bit squished but happy to be with the girls.       Here’s one a few years later, Roxyhasn’t aged much but the girls certainly changed.   Here’s a few where you can really see her age in […]

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This is Kiki at the studio for her Christmas portrait.     Here’s the slideshow.     Kiki came into the studio for her Christmas Portraits and she was a star, she now has a loving home, she’s a fighter and wants to live. She’s come a long way thanks to the SCBR but still […]

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We lots of the members of staff from the Newport Animal Hospital over at the studio to take their pictures for a very dramatic piece of wall art for the Hospital foyer.   They were great, the humans all behaved as well as their pets and as you can see the piece looks fantastic. If […]

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big bundle of fun Bernese Mountain Dogs stepping on puppy’s tail   So a couple of weeks ago we posted some of the company dogs from Wags and Wiggles, one of whom was recently on TV being very agile, well this week se are onto a very new member of the pack and her guardian […]

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Lysa and her pups from Wags and Wiggles came into the studio for their pet portraits and family shots. One’s a finalist for the Purina Incredible dog Competition and all have the best expressions. you can find more about Lisa her partner Laurie and their (VERY long list) of accomplishments, affiliations and qualifications HERE WAGS AND […]

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Sometimes it’s fun to do things a little differently, here’s Roxy wildly graphically treated. Incidentally she came from Barks of Love who just celebrated their 7th anniversary and always need your support. Find them here BOL Our little gerhuahua (German Shepherd / Chihuahua) in a funky new way

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You should know that these guys are friends of ours and we went to their house for dinner, despite arriving at the back garden entrance unannounced the best Murphy could manage was a sly open of one eye. If he could have talked he’d have told us to take what we wanted but keep the […]

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