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Portraits of the Month - February, 2017


February was so full of ups and downs for me – so much to love about it, but we also suffered the loss of a few very special canine friends as well. My heart continues to be with their families.

The month started off with an awesome mini-session with Piper (and her human sisters) at a local waterfront park. Piper is a petite, outgoing little lady, who was adopted from Charleston Animal Society (at the Lowcountry Pet Expo) in 2015. They met her on-site at the expo and they knew she was meant to be a part of their family!

Work, of course, continued with Charleston Animal Society and, as occurs every visit, I had a favorite or two … or thirty. All I see in this photo is love. This is Lydia – she’s got some scars, but it hasn’t ruined her outlook.

I also had the opportunity to fawn over adorable 13-month old client dog, Yogi. His people brought him home when he was three weeks old and weighed all of 12 ounces! I’ve seen the baby picture and it’s tres’ adorbs! Meeting him, I think it’s safe to say he rules the roost.

I just had to check out the crazy popular Southeastern Wildlife Exposition – more specifically, DOCK DIVING DOGS! My goal was to go and watch to see if it was something Roux may enjoy – and I ended up falling into a new shooting obsession. Just a couple posted on this page, but click here to view a quick event album with some snaps from my field trip.

Speaking of Roux, February was a great month for his resume! He was entered in a local competition at Isle of Palms where judges awarded him BEST EYES. He then came home with the prize of Cutest Pet in the City of Goose Creek in another local photo contest. Go, Roux!

We were also especially proud of client-turned-friend Piccolina (below), who won BEST RESCUE STORY - FEMALE at the Isle of Palms event!

And while Roux’s gal-pal Meri refused to show her beautiful ears in the actual competition, we still find her to be MOST EAR-ISISTIBLE.

As always, please remember to think of adoption as your first option. So many amazing pets are just waiting in shelters for someone to love them.

I am very much looking forward to the official start of spring, along with my Northern VA trip for sessions and a mini-session event!

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UPCOMING SCHEDULE ITEMS

March 11, 2017 | St. Paddy's Pawlooza, Wannamaker Park (North Charleston SC)

March 18-19, 2017 | Petfest at James Island County Park (Charleston SC area)

April, 2017 | Northern VA sessions and a one-day mini-session event.

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