Category Archives: Orange County Pet Photography

BARKS OF LOVE WILL BE IN THE HOUSE HAVING THEIR PORTRAITS MADE Tune in comment and share the feed and help us get these dogs adopted. If you do we’ll be picking contributors at random at the end of the event and sending out some prizes donated by two organizations that have supported and have […]

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  Thank you to you all, and special thanks to all of you who voted us the Best Pet Photographer on this year’s OC HOTLIST we appreciate you and your time. You can check it out here oc.city voter

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Here’s VINNIE  a brilliant rescue dog that has a hundred tricks including walking on his front paws, he’s from Barks of Love and as usual could use your support. Couple of pretty Schnausers Here’s Bentley as the Beast hoping for a Kiss from Emma Watson. In honor of the release of the Beauty and the […]

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Our new Watch Me Grow plan, 6 mini sessions in your Dog’s first year get’s you loads of social media images to post and brilliant print or album at the end. Lots of fun and a wonderful keepsake as your dog  grows up.   CLICK THE VIDEO BELOW TO SEE THE TRANSFORMATION It’s a bit […]

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This is ARI a German Shepherd rescue pup from the German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County who’s been rescued into a family of German Shepherd fanatics (lucky boy). He’s doing our Watch Me Grow Plan and we’ll be seeing him in the studio 6 times in his first year. I think given the size of those paws […]

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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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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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