Miss Coco

Miss Coco's Mom is a previous client who has worked with us before. Coco was adopted at 4 years old however she was recently diagnosed as having lymphoma.

Her mom contacted us to photograph Coco before she crossed over the Rainbow Bridge.

We had a home session for Coco where she was surrounded by familiar smells and voices.

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The top 5 (okay 6) reasons why winter is a great time for a pet session! - Wichita Pet Photographer

  • It's not hot. Trust me your pet does not really like having to stand outside in 100F temps! Plus you get to showcase those great boots you only get to wear in winter at your session!
  • Session time! Winter means that less sun. While it's not super warm out, it means that you won't be blinded by the sun and we can change up the time of your session!
  • No hot pavement! A big concern for pet session in the summer in Kansas is that the pavement is so hot. We do not want our furry clients to have injured tootsies!
  • Great backgrounds! A big plus of winter sessions, we have great neutral foliage in our parks!
  • Less traffic! Have you ever tried to walk around some parks and all you see are rollbladers, runners, families with running little humans etc. etc. etc. In the winter, there are a lot less traffic!
  • No bugs...no explanation required!

Miss M - Grand dog extraordinaire

Miss M is a beloved member of her family and the favorite grand dog of a previous client. 

We planned her autumn session at my client's home.  Miss M is a blue Heeler mix with a good mix of shepherd I would guess.   

Little Miss M was a little hesitant to be front and center for her session but after a few minutes she settled in and we had an amazing session.