Document your puppy's first year through professional images
The first year of your puppy’s life is full of new experiences -- and a lot of growing! From the day they come home to their very first birthday, each moment is exciting and fast-moving, and create memories that’ll last a lifetime!
Puppyhood is full of so much newness, for you and your puppy! You’re figuring out the whole new puppy owner thing and they’re learning everything about life! It’s no easy feat but it’s one of the most rewarding journeys that anyone could ask for. Whether you have a new puppy or getting ready to bring one home, there a few major milestones that every puppy hits throughout their first year and now you can have a professional pet photographer capture their first year through photos!
When is a good time to get puppies photographed?
Puppies are fun to work with because their world is fresh and new. They are curious and engaged in life. Of course, all that energy can make photographing them a handful especially if you are trying to work with several pups at the same time but that's where I can help take amazing images of your puppies.
I don't often work with puppies less than three weeks of age. Before that age, they are too young to focus on noise or moving objects and, of course, their immune systems are not yet developed.
Puppy First Year Club
* Free to join
* No photo shoot deposit after first photo shoot
* 10% off digital collection purchases for puppies first year
* In studio, on location or in the home photo shoots available
* Puppies first year captured through photos at a great price
* Puppies first birthday cake smash photo shoot (cake not included)
* Photo shoot every month, every other month, every three month or more
How is the studio prepared for puppies?
Preparing the studio for a puppy photo shoot is so important due to their immune system being new/weak. The last thing any new puppy owner or dog breeder wants to hear is a diagnosis of parvo. Parvo in puppies is unfortunately a common disease with deadly consequences, which is why it is important for anyone dealing with puppies on a regular basis to be aware of and to help prevent. This virus is highly contagious and spreads through direct contact with an infected dog or by indirect contact with a contaminated object.
The studio, backdrops and props are all cleaned with veterinarian grade disinfectant before the puppy arrives at the studio. Furniture that is often used for bigger dogs is placed behind a dog gate, to add an extra barrier of protection for young puppies. Once a puppy photo shoot is over everything is cleaned again, such as, washing backdrops, cleaning with veterinarian grade disinfectant on props and furniture, even mopping the floor. Cleaning before and after every photo shoot may seem like a lot but your puppy safety is the top priority.