More and more photographers are offering special sessions for elderly dogs or dogs that are terminally ill. While heartbreaking on one hand, those photos become priceless. Britt Croft offers Cherish Sessions. She sent me this beautiful session of Jackson, a handsome Black Lab.
From Brittani: “Amy and her husband Keith have seen a lot of dogs in their life. Since Amy is an integral part of the Lowcountry Lab Rescue, based in South Carolina, she is constantly around new and incredibly special dogs, some of which have terribly sad and tragic stories. When Jackson came into Keith and Amy’s life more than a decade ago, they knew he was something special. At the age of 12 and with his health a little shaky, Amy knew it was time to have some professional photos made of their special boy. We spent an hour at one of his favorite spots on James Island just outside of Charleston, under the oaks, taking in the breeze off of the harbor, and even going for a swim in the pool.”
Jackson just LOVES when Amy and Keith get down and snuggle with him…he has no idea he’s a big boy, and prefer to just pretend he’s a lap dog. Seeing how much he loves them warmed my heart, and I love how happy, alert, and content he looks…truly a happy lab who has aged so gracefully!”
You can see more of Jackson’s Cherish session on Brittani’s blog. Be sure to follow Britt Croft Photography on Facebook for some gorgeous wedding and engagement photos (with tons of Best Dogs) as well as pet photography.
If you need a local photographer to photograph your elderly or terminally ill dog, check Joysession.com. The difference between snapping some photos of your dog and hiring a professional pet photographer is amazing!
About Britt Croft Photography: Serving the Southeastern states, Britt Croft Photography specializes in down-to-earth and genuine natural light wedding and pet photography. Britt lives with her husband and their two dogs Lexi and Riley.