It isn’t easy to get beautiful photos of dogs in the snow, but Alexis from AW Creates captured these gorgeous images of her dog, Ekko, in Brian Head, Utah. Ekko is so handsome, and he has the most beautiful eyes!
From Alexis: “This is my doggo named Ekko!
We were celebrating his one-year adoption anniversary with us with a trip up to the cabin in Brian Head, Utah! He absolutely loves playing in the snow and is a total doggy model.”
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About AW Creates: Based in southern Utah, Alexis is a creative videographer specializing in lifestyle, business, and weddings.
I LOVE seeing photos of dogs playing in the snow, and it looks like there is a significant chance of snow this week in many places. However, before you take your pup outside for a round of snow photos, make sure it is safe for you and your dog.
Safety Tips For Winter Dog Photography
Avoid going out in frigid weather or high winds.
Be aware of your surroundings: thin ice, branches covered in snow, and icicles can cause serious problems.
Keep your photo session short, especially for puppies and senior dogs.
If your dog has a thick coat, he will be more likely to enjoy the snow. Some dogs love a sweater or coat, but be sure to let it dry between excursions.
Trim long hair between your dog’s footpads if he is not wearing boots.
Unless your dog has a great recall, keep him on a leash or in an enclosed area, especially if your pup is in an unfamiliar setting. The snow can cover up scents, making it more difficult for a dog to find its way back to you.