Most of us believe that dogs and humans share a special bond. I think dogs are family and best friends rolled into one. Some of my favorite photos of dogs include their people. These photos by Catherine Crane Photography of Finn, the handsome Lab (mix?), and Stacey offer more visual proof of the love between dogs and humans.
From Catherine: “I had so much fun photographing Stacey and Finn. Although it was very windy, we made the best of it. They made my job so easy by just being their playful selves. We had beautiful light. Continue reading
Finding a dog-friendly wedding venue isn’t always possible. But that doesn’t mean a dog can’t be in some of the wedding photos. Toronto photographer Lindsie Grey went to this couple’s gorgeous home to capture beautiful pictures with their dog, Mowgli-bear. Even though Mowgli-bear wasn’t in attendance at the actual wedding, he is the best dog!
From the bride: “Our dog, Mowgli-bear, became a part of our lives a year before we got married. We love him to pieces and he has turned us into crazy dog owners. Continue reading
One of the best compliments a wedding photographer gets is being asked to document other parts of a couples’ life. Naomi from Urban Row Photography photographed this heartwarming session of a former bride and groom with their senior dog. Missy is a 14 year-0ld Chocolate Lab mix who proves that good things come to those who wait!
From Megan: “While I mainly focus on weddings, I tend to attract other dog-loving couples. I also volunteer with several rescue organizations taking photos for them.”
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While at the BlogPaws conference in Myrtle Beach, I met with some people from Natural Balance® to discuss their food and programs. My dogs already eat Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diet, and they are healthy and happy.
Because I have been feeding Natural Balance to my dogs for quite a while, I didn’t know if I would learn very much. However, I was delighted to discover that Natural Balance partners with Guide Dogs For the Blind.
Guide Dogs for the Blind has two campuses, one in San Rafael, California and the other in Boring, Oregon. Since 1942, over 14,000 guide dog-human teams have graduated. There are currently about 2100 GDB teams working together right now. Continue reading