Pet photography for Spokane and North Idaho

509-720-8784‬

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Unabashedly celebrate your love for your dog

You’ve found your furry best friend. Now you want lasting memories of your bond and beautiful art for your home.

Noses & Toes Pet Photography, serving Eastern Washington and North Idaho, puts your pet in focus for your family portraits, honoring that sweet companionship.

Let the Spokane Dog Photographer tell the story of you, your pet and the love you share.

A little about me

Hi! I’m “Dog Tog” Angela Schneider and I specialize in creating beautiful portraits of your pet as an important member of your family.

Owned by Bella, a Maremma sheepdog, I share that deep love you have for your best fur friend. I know my life would be a lot emptier if it wasn’t for the dogs who’ve filled my life with love, laughter and adventures.

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Art collections start at $399

I have carefully selected a number of products for us to design with the images from your dog portrait session.

Many of my clients have leaned toward several keepsake items and one large print.

You can choose from one of my pre-designed collections or design your own from my online product guide.

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After almost a week away, I needed a hike with Bella to reconnect. We headed for Dishman Hills.

Spokane autumn: Why you should include your dog in fall family portraits

The seasons are changing! Now is the perfect time to get family portraits done with your dog.

Hiking Spokane: Tackling the hills around us

Hiking + Bella = one of my favorite things to do. Check out some of our highlighted hikes from this year.

Ready to book a session?

Secure your spot for fall colors around Spokane, Post Falls, Coeur d’Alene and Sandpoint. Contact me to reserve your date and time.

509-720-8784‬
angela@nosesandtoes.com

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