Bertie did not like being in somewhere strange at all, the poor dog as soon as he got into the studio he sat on the sofa and refused to move off. He would eat his treats whilst he was on the sofa so we knew he wasn’t to distressed but we were unable to coax him off of the sofa, so I took a couple of images just so his mum had at least one image of Bertie but he just wanted to go home. 🙁
Sixth Shoot Buzz:
The next shoot was for a 1.5 year old Spaniel cross Staff. Buzz was an amazing bouncy dog that at first we tried the normal treats and toys He wasn’t to fussed about, then I got the Dog Peanut butter out, when he tried this he would do anything for it.
We had some great fun with this, we had a sheet of perspex that we would wipe the peanut butter on to see if we could get some different types of images. Some of his facial expressions were so amazing. I personally have had a spaniel and I have got a staff and I could see both of them in Buzz.
Last Shoot Hanson & Elsa:
Lastly there was an amazing family who run a Rescue center.They bought two dogs in with them, the first on is Hanson who was a 4 year old Sharpei. Hanson was dumped at 9 weeks old in may 2014 due to a severe deformity to his front left leg.
They have a fund raising page for Hanson to go to see Noel Fitzpatrick , if you would like to make a donation for Hanson please visit their Facebook Page Here
The other dog the brought along was Elsa who was a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Elsa is 2 years old and she will be in Crufts this year. she was the most amazing black staff, who stood so well, as she was a show dog she didn’t sit well but she would stand still amazingly.
Here are additional Images from all the dogs photoshoots.
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