Hold these moments close

I wish I’d known dog photographers existed when Shep was older. I might have booked a portrait session so I could have amazing images of the two of us together. I have snapshots provided by friends but none so special as the images that can tell the story of the love we shared.

The Memories session is designed for the older or terminally ill dog. We will celebrate the life of your dog and the love you share. 

This session may also be ideal for puppies and new additions to the family, whose families want to preserve these moments but stay in a smaller, more local space.

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Please note: Sessions for terminally ill dogs take priority on my calendar.

The details


Spokane and Coeur d'Alene have lots of great parks where we can get images of your and your dog with beautiful scenery. My favorites are McEuen, Mirabeau and Manito parks. Saltese Uplands in Liberty Lake and Hauser Lake are also great spots.


Your custom-designed Memories session will last from 90 minutes to two hours. You are always free to end it early, if you start to notice your dog tiring easily or getting stressed. Your dog's comfort and happiness are a priority.


When we get home, I'll need a couple of weeks to get your gallery ready. A Memories session will yield a gallery of about 20 images for you to use for your art or mementoes.


A gorgeous 11x14 hanging canvas is included with your session fee. Pick one image from your gallery to decorate a wall of your home or office! Additional products are available for purchase.

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Angela is the best. She captured so many great shots we couldn’t decide which to order. Her creativity and perfect timing are unreal. If you want an amazing photo with your furry family member, you must use her! She is also very professional and a great communicator. She goes the extra mile to make the entire process really fun.


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If you’re all set to get your session for dog photos on my calendar, it’s time to contact me.

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