Somedays you just need a happy dog to lift your spirits.
Miss Daisy is a Great Pyrenees, who is just over a year old. She's a sweetheart, with the most beautiful golden eyes. Classic Great Pyrenees are big, white, and fluffy, but Daisy has splashes of black, which I think make her look even cuter.
I'm excited to introduce you to a handsome young lab named Brew.
Brew's mom, Megan, was more than ready for this mini photo session with her fur baby. She told me that ever since they got him as a puppy around Valentine's Day last year, that she wanted to have a photo shoot just for him.
One of my loves is animals, especially horses and dogs (if you can't tell 😉). My dogs, Kona and Coal, are like my family and I bet yours feel like part of your family. Many families have photo sessions to capture a moment in time, especially to document the growth of the family.
I wanted to give you a couple helpful tips on how to make the most of any photo session you would have with your fur baby.
Like many animals, dogs can pick up if you're excited, anxious, nervous, or stressed, so put your mind at ease so that your pup will be at ease, too.
The sun was out on Monday, 77° and sunny. It was a day of yardwork at our house and planting, but the sunshine got me thinking about the beach. I haven’t been to the beach in what seems like years. And I know that my mother and younger siblings enjoy going to the coast, too. So I asked them if they wanted to do a day trip to the beach.
The weather was fabulous with the sun shining and dogs smiling. Kona and Coal had a grand time with Daisy. And Daisy was awfully cute with the surf behind her. She’s already larger than Coal at only being an 11 month old Great Pyrenees puppy.
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