Wee Kipton, a heeler-border collie puppy helped me get some amazing Spokane dog photos in the downtown core.
Need the perfect place for a portrait session with your dog? Oh, I know where they are. Bella and I spend our free time hunting Spokane landscapes.
Bella doesn’t necessarily love going downtown in Spokane but she did help me find some great spots for dog photos at Riverfront Park.
Manito Park is one of the best places in Spokane that I can think of to take amazing photos of your dog. Check out some of the images I’ve done there.
Maverick and Bella punch it out to see who’s bigger
Dogs are special. There’s no denying that. The bond we build with our canine companions is often indescribable, simply beyond words. (The rescue dog stories I’ve been sharing with you have touched my heart in ways this jaded ink-stained wretch struggles to comprehend some days.) Then there are special dogs. Or more appropriately, specially abled …
We’ve been working pretty hard lately. We needed some play time on the Palouse. The rescue promo has been a huge success, so much that I’m continuing to offer it at a price reduced from my regular session fee (details below). And now that it’s spring, there’s yard work to be done. So. Much. Yard. …
Winter in Spokane means you have to be ready to change plans at the drop of a sock. I had to reschedule two portrait sessions and took Bella to Post Falls.