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Humane Society Adoptables

Today I got to spend some time with a few of the pups from the Humane Society of Charlotte. This grouping of dogs have been at HSC for the longest and are really ready to find their fur-ever homes. Each of these pups were sooooo good and I haven’t a clue as to why they are still at the shelter. Are one of these your new BFF? I personally have a thing for Peso and his uniquely lopsided head. :)

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Charlotte NC Shelter Dog Portraits
Humane Society of Charlotte dogs
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Beth | Daily Dog Tag - They are all adorable! I hope they find homes soon!

Oliver and Chicklet

Oliver and Chicklet are an amazing little pair of Papillons. Although they greeted me with a bark-fest, they actually calmed down enough to show off their cute faces for the camera. Not fans of the grass and yard, Oliver and Chicklet decided to hang out with their people on the back deck. It was perfect! We hung out in the breeze of the fan which, not only kept the mosquitos at bay, but it made the pups’ flowing hair that much more gorgeous! I introduce Chicklet (on the left) and Oliver (on the right)…

Charlotte NC Pet Photographer
Chicklet shows off those lovely ears!
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Meanwhile, Oliver gets some lovin’ from mom. Doesn’t he look like a little Panda bear?!?
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Pet Portrait Photography
Chicklet is 11 years young but doesn’t look a day older than 2!
Modern Images For Posh Pets
This is what Chicklet does all the time…chew on her chip…
Contemporary Pet Portraits
Oliver chooses to pass the time with his tongue out to the side looking as Ewok as can be! :)
Charlotte NC Dog Photography

Leesia - These two are so cute they don’t even look real!!

Wall Art

I love seeing gorgeous artwork on the walls of clients’ homes and businesses. One of the most fun parts of the process is the design phase. I use a fun, little program on my iPad that allows me to show my clients what their images will look like on their wall, to scale. It takes a lot of the guesswork out of the decision making.

Right now I’m working on a couple statement pieces for the West Ballantyne Animal Hospital. Here’s a little preview of some options I sent over. Stay tuned to find out what they decide to go with!!!

West Ballantyne Animal Hospital artwork
Pet Portrait Wall Art

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