Puppy Power

Meet Harley-Dawn, the newest member of the Holmes family.  Gina is now the proud mommy to this adorable puppy and ofcourse, I had to venture over and take a few photos of this pup. I spent some time on Pintrest looking for some puppy photo inspiration and found some great ideas.  I brought some blankets, a bandana and a silver pail to I could get some great portraits.  I was prepared for everything...except for Harley.  The minute I came in, she was a little ball of energy and all my plans went out the window.  Plan B, let's go outside and see what we can do.  Plan B seemed to work.

I'm hoping to go back in a few months to see if Plan A might work then.  Stay tuned!  Harley, you're a sweetie!


Hello, my Name is Annie.....

and I'm totally adorable! Growing up, there was a series of books featuring an awesome Old English Sheepdog named Mr. Muggs.  From my first reading of the books, I fell in love with both Mr Muggs and English Sheepdogs.

Needless to say, I was thrilled to pieces when a friend at work told me she had an Old English Sheepdog named Annie and that Annie would be thrilled to do some modeling for me.  We met up at Bruce Pit Dog Park in Ottawa and Annie was a star in the Park.

Enjoy the photos of Annie and if you  have kids, read Mr. Muggs!  Old series but a great read for the little ones.

The Odd Couple

What do you get when a Pug and a Chocolate Lab share a house?  You get the cutest, funniest pair of dogs that you'll ever meet.  Whitney The Pug and Hershey The Chocolate Lab rule the house but they totally love their Mom, Melanie.


Stands 12 to 14 inches high.  Weighs between 13 to 20 lbs.  Has short, blunt, square shaped muzzle and large, prominent eyes.  Answers to the name of Whitney.

If you see this dog, do not try to apprehend.


A beautiful profile shot of Hershey.


Hershey's Mom love's this photo.


The Odd Couple.....too cute!