Dog Photography, Seattle WA

Thursday, December 09, 2010

More Mally Girl

WE WERE SADDENED to see Mally go back home on Saturday night, but her parent's were so happy to bring her home. Once again our home is as quite as a mouse. Which makes me wonder why don't we go straight to the Seattle Humane Society and bring home a lonely four-legged friend for adoption?! Soon our home will not be so quiet any more. Soon.

These two captures below are from Mally's home in Kirkland.

Suri on the cushions in the background.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

What the Doctor Ordered

MALLY IS A RECENT canine rescue from the Seattle Humane Society. Our friends were kind enough to ask us to watch her while they vacation in a warmer climate. We gladly accepted and have been enjoying every minute of Mally's visit. She is such a lovable, sweet and silly girl to have around our home. We have decided if our friends want to stay in their warm tropical holiday environment for a long time we will gladly and cheerfully take care of Mally, no questions asked. We might even pay them to stay on holiday long enough until our wet and cold weather disappears!

This Stuffing Tastes Awful!

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Random Marymoor Park Canines

Meet Lola

Lola squeezes her water logged fetching ball. Look at the
dogs expression in the background.

Candid Captures at Marymoor Park

This is Tucker

Brian, email me when you get a chance!

Sunday, November 07, 2010


Some of my fine art canine photography will be hanging at the Starbucks
at University Village
in Seattle for the month of November. If you would
like to view my work over a cup-of-joe, it's the smaller Starbucks across
from the Apple store parking lot.

Saturday, October 02, 2010

Giants at Glacier National Park

This sister and brother duo (Shekiah on left and Teak on right) were inseparable. I spotted these two giant Malamutes and their owners upstream from me along McDonald creek and knew I had to investigate. They were as gentle as a breeze, and the sweetest and friendliest Malamutes I've come across. They seemed right at home in the wilderness of Montana, but were probably wishing for a few feet of snow.

There's really no size reference here but Teak weighs in a 150 pounds.

Friday, October 01, 2010

Montana on My Mind

My wife and I traveled to Montana for a three day weekend getaway. What a blessing it was, we had a wonderful time as you can see, the weather was absolutely perfect. The scenery was breathtaking and I always seem to find the best canine companions every where I go. We stayed at the Swan Hill Bed and Breakfast & Lake Cabins in Polson Montana, which is at the southern shores of Flathead Lake. The hospitality and conversation we experienced with the owners, Debbie and Drew was wonderful. We stayed at the cabin and highly recommend relaxing with Swan Hill.

Glacier National Park, McDonald Lake.

I couldn't sleep so what did I do? Take picture of the full moon view that
we had from our Swan Hill Cabin. Capture time: 3:17 AM

Below you will get a glimpse of Debbie and Drew's
furry family members.

BODIE is a crazed fetching, wired-haired pointer.

This feline cutie RILEY was such a friendly cuddle-bug.

How could you ever forget SUGAR, the sweetest of all terriers!