Dog Photography, Seattle WA

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show 2011

I ATTENDED THE show for the first time this year. It was a fun day, as I went with all intentions just to see what it was all about. No planning ahead, just me and my camera for four hours. I shot very little if any of the competitions. But I now know what to expect for next year. I enjoyed my time roaming around all the breeders booths and talking with the breeders and photographing their best friends.

If you love dogs I highly recommend getting out to the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show next year. Bring your dog's with you if you wish, they'll stretch a thousand smiles on your face and you'll have a blast.


This is Kohl
His registered name is Bottomsup Guyliner Kohl.

Time for a Pedicure

This beautiful, sweet and loving Pitbull needs a home and is up for adoption. If you're interested in adopting him go to Bullseye Dog Rescue to see if he's still available.

This is Ruby above and Duke is the sleepy head you see below.

D O G • T I R E D

Marlee collecting donations in her orange vest as she lays in the walkway.

Six month old Bull Mastiff

Agnes the Sweetheart.

L O O K ! I Can See Myself

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Visiting Mally

MALLY NEEDED HER favorite sitters for three days. So guess where she wanted to stay? Uncle Chris and Aunt DeeDee's home, of course!

Mally loves to chase her ball, so we headed to our local park. I'd launch her ball several times with the "Chuck-It" then give her a chance to lay and rest for a few moments, out comes my camera, I shoot for two minutes and we do it all over again until an hour passes. It does help that she's so photogenic and could care less that I'm taking advantage of her care-free attitude.

Once again, Mally steals our hearts away, while her parents
are on holiday.

The look I received just before Mally willed me to get off my computer and get outside for some Play-Time!

This was during Mally's cool down period, just before it was time to get into my Pathfinder and go home. It's a good thing I always carry two towels in my rig at all times!