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Your dog's wellbeing matters

Safety and Comfort

Safety first sign
Dog in a car

What We


Meet and Greet

Before each session, I spend time getting to know your dog, allowing them to become comfortable with me and the camera. This familiarization process helps reduce the anxiety your pet might feel.


Flexible scheduling for comfort

I keep my photo sessions flexible, allowing for breaks whenever your dog needs them. Your pet will never feel rushed or pressured, maintaining a relaxed atmosphere.


Positive Reinforcement Techniques

During the photo session, I use positive reinforcement techniques like treats, praise and toys to encourage your dog. This not only keeps them engaged but also ensures they associate the photo session with a positive experience.


Monitoring Health and Safety 

Throughout the photo session, I continuously monitor your dog's behavior and body language for signs of stress or discomfort, and we take all the breaks we need to let your pup feel comfortable.


Professional Handling

My skills in dog behavior training help me to ensure that your dog receives expert handling, keeping them safe and comfortable while achieving the perfect images.


Emergency Preparedness

Your dog's safety is my top priority. I am always prepared with a first-aid kit specifically for dogs and have quick access to veterinary contacts in case of any emergency.

Canine Memories Across the Pacific Northwest

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