The calmness and repose of an older dog is lovely to experience. An older dog can bring such comfort. Here are two lovely older pups, Kipling and Gypsy. Don’t they both look like a dog to whom you could tell your secrets?
These are a couple of sweet older dogs. Jack is the little guy and Kipling is the bigger fellow. You can’t see the nervousness as much in Jack, he was game for anything but Kipling was concerned. About all aspects: a stranger in the house, a camera bag and especially Light Stand. Light Stand was particularly worrying. Kipling’s person said that he doesn’t much like photos at all so it is no wonder that he spent most of the session with the, “I’ve Seen Things” expression. He tried his hardest because he loves his person. Also, there were treats.
My uncle Jacob had, in succession, three cute dogs. All were friendly and smart. All were called Tricksie.
Here is a little dog from Small Dogs Studio day this month. His name is Yuko and Yuko does tricks. I have discovered that it is challenging and fun to photograph dogs doing tricks. So when you book your dog in for either Small Dogs of Big Dogs, let me know if there could be tricks!
I have met Kobe several times in his home and he has always growled at me. In small dog studio, he wasn’t in his own territory and there were no growls. He even scampered over for a scratch! Huh. I think Kobe likes me!