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Harry, Coco, & Gigi

I don’t know if I’ve ever met a more caring family than the one that these three little ones belong to. Harry, Coco, and Gigi are all adopted shelter dogs – but they were also all special needs in their own ways. This loving family has taken all three into their home and given them the most incredible lives. These three pups might come in the form of a itty-bitty package but they each have their very own bright personalities. I first met Harry and Coco a year ago for their first photo session: harry & coco. I was so excited to hear that the family had added another adopted pup named Gigi to their family and I couldn’t wait to meet her.

I had such a great time playing with and photographing these three little stars!

First I’ll introduce you to Harry. His name is a little ironic, because the day he was adopted he didn’t have any hair at all… But now he is oh so handsome. Harry is very laid back and a little stand offish, but once he gets to know you he quickly warms up and turns into a little love bug. He spent most of the afternoon in the hammock enjoying a breeze under a huge tree.

Coco is the silly one of the group. A complete ball of energy ready to greet you with a jump and a kiss! She is a little superstar and looooovvvvves her treats!

And the newest member of the family is little miss Gigi. Gigi is such a little princess with a bit a shyness. She is still getting used to her new home and receiving love from humans. She was actually very scared of my camera but who can blame her – the camera is bigger than she is 😉 However, once she saw Coco preforming for the camera she decided to trust me as well.

I hope you can see how happy these pups are in these photos. I am so happy to have captured each ones personality!


I couldn’t be more in love with my career as a pet photographer, and it’s families with pups like these that make all the difference.  I am truly living a dream :)

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First Day of Summer… Technically

Today is the first day of summer – well technically that is. It has been summer for quite some time here in Dallas – multiple days with the temperature reaching 100! Maybe someone should tell the calendar makers to move it up a week or two 😉

Harry and Coco sure know how to enjoy summer time. You might remember Harry and Coco from a year ago – they recently got a new little sister named Gigi. Her debut on Blue Mutt will be coming soon – and you won’t want to miss this adorable little girl. For their second photoshoot Harry and Coco were pros. Harry enjoyed the breeze – cooling off in his hammock under a huge tree, while Coco jumped for joy in the green grass – showing off her moves for everyone. I think I might join Harry in the hammock – seems like he’s go the right idea for the summer time heat! Hope everyone is enjoying their summer and keeping cool!

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Harry & Coco

Have you ever come across a puppy who just melts your heart? Well I found two of them.  Meet Harry & Coco – both were rescue dogs and couldn’t have been rescued by a better, more caring mom. Harry & Coco’s mom is devoted to helping every last shelter dog she can. She loves these two so much, it made it that much more of a delight to photograph them for her. Harry is part Chinese Crested and a lot of mutt (which is the best kind of dog in my book!). He has quite a story: he was found on a construction site, and was so stressed out by the noise, that he had lost all of his hair.  He’s come a long way since those days! His sister, Coco, is part chihuahua and part terrier  so she’s been nicknamed Coco”nut” (I’m sure many terrier and Chihuahua owners would agree that they can get a little nutty sometimes) Love it!

Oh, and if you happen to know Harry & Coco’s soon to be dad… mums the word, it’s a surprise!

Harry & Coco have such expressive faces… not to mention eyebrows and lashes that go on for days!

By the end of the photo shoot it was lights out for little Harry… I think Coco could have kept going for days – so much energy and love to give. Both just too sweet for words!

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