Dog Photography, Seattle WA

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Rosie and the Kattler Kids


This is Ripley in the middle and Holly to the right. They have since passed on to a better place, The Rainbow Bridge. They were inseparable.

Memories of Play Time with Friends

Ripley was a famous Golden. Well known for col-
lecting balls on his walks. This could be a tennis ball, baseball, any sports ball where he walked. Generally, these balls weren't visable to you or me, but Ripley had a way of sniffing them out. He was incredible!

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Where's Rosie

Grilling on the Barbee

Here's Rosie with two of her best friends, Hannah and Phoebe. They were checking out what treats were available to them. How food can motivate!! Later, they played until they pooped out (but not literally).

A Word from the Wise

When I asked Sheba what her secret was to living such a healthy, happy and long life, she said play hard, sleep hard and most of all beg often to get what you always want in life. FOOD! Sheba is turning fourteen next month, that's 98 to humans. She doesn't look a day over 72.

I'm Watching You!

Sheba Getting Some Tender Loving Care

Phoebe Camouflage

Friday, April 06, 2007

How Can You Resist This Face

Rosie giving me her best "sad brown eyes" look for a bite of my lunch.

Wondering How I Get My Even Yellow Tan?

Blessed

We feel so blessed that Rosie has recovered so well from the removal of her stage 2 mast cell tumor. And now her remarkable come-back from nearly four weeks of radiation therapy. Her burn is healing so well and you would have never know that she just went through cancer treatment. Dogs are angels on loan from heaven. They come here for short periods to teach us many things and ask for very little in return. You would never guess that she's nearly twelve (84) years old.

Give Me Some!

Lunch on the Deck

Rosie knows how to pose.

Self Portrait

Now you know who the publisher is.