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Chocolate Brown Labrador dog with his tennis ball running towards the camera on Harpenden Common taken by MIL Pet Photography

Harvey

My Dad wanted to get some pictures of me and my beautiful soulmate, Sassie, to treasure forever. He knows that I am amazing - don't I look handsome in my photo? I tried to smile!  I don't like just sitting around - it's much more fun chasing after my ball and bringing it back, don't you think?  My Dad always throws it away again - he thinks I won't find it, but it's never happened yet!  Chris & Sue had some squeaky toys and sounds that Sassie seemed to love - she just sat there and was happy having her picture taken.  I joined in too, particularly when I heard that weird sound Chris makes!  Sassie just loves the belly rubs that Chris kept giving her.  I managed to get Sassie to run along with me as well, but as she is getting old now, I slowed down - I'm a decent guy, right?   I know her Mum so much wanted a beautiful photo of us both, so I did my special pose.  We now have a massive picture of both Sassie and me on the wall - we look great. Thanks Chris & Sue!

Senior Tricolour English Cocker Spaniel dog standing on a hill on Yately Common in Hampshire taken by MIL Pet Photography

Rosie

Chris & Sue came round to see me in my garden.  I'm a lot older now, and I can't chase balls anymore but I still like a walk - at my pace of course.  Chris laid down on the grass in my garden - even my Mum & Dad don't do that, so that was a bit weird.  Somehow though, he managed to get a photo of what looked like me running and jumping - no idea how he did it!  The next bit was my best bit, a walk from our house for a stroll around the common.  Chris kept rushing ahead, and trying to hide but I always found him.  He asked me to stay on top of a hill, which I planned to do anyway - I needed a rest, as you can see in my photo!  When we got to the bottom of the common, I found Chris lying on the floor by the stream - I just  had a drink whilst he did his thing.  When we got back, I did a few head to head shots with my darling human sister - we've grown up together, and I know that my Mum, Dad & "Sister" will treasure these photos in their handcrafted album long after I am gone.

Tan and white working cocker spaniel dog looking directly at the camera, taken in Hertfordshire by MIL Pet Photography

Pippa

My Mum & Dad have had professional images taken of the rest of the family as they were growing up, but I wasn't around then.  The whole family love me and I love them all too.  My Dad takes me to a place where I copy other dogs, where we smell and find things together.  I'm quite good at it, so when Chris & Sue came round, it's the first thing I did in our garden.  Wherever Dad hid my retrieve, I'd find it - easy!  Seemed to impress everyone.  Also, they kept dropping this feather - drove me crazy trying to guess where it would land!  Chris knows how to capture my true personality, as Mum & Dad keep saying that even now when they look at the album.  When we went on the walk, I had the chance to run and play - so much fun just being myself.  As we were finishing the walk, I wandered along with Mum & Dad.  Chris made that weird sound again, so I turned and yup, you guessed it, that's the picture Mum & Dad put on the wall! Thank you Chris & Sue, my new friends.


MIL Pet Photography - German Pointer

Lottie

My Mum wanted to get some great pictures of me, and a few with my brother Hunter. She knows I'm adorable and is always telling her friends on something called social media - apparently I have my own account and loads of followers, but I am cute aren't I?  When Chris & Sue came round, my brother was crazy and I didn't expect my Mum would get the photos she wanted.  Chris & Sue encouraged Hunter to stay indoors for a few moments, and so I could pose for Mum in the photo here - nice, eh?  Sue has some great squeaky toys, and Chris makes this weird sound like no animal I have heard before - Mum seems to love the head tilt images it creates.  Then we all went to the woods and stream - wow, that was fun, splashing around, just being ourselves.  Chris even let me stand on top of him for a photo Mum wanted.  It was a great afternoon.  Mum now has a handcrafted album and a photo of me on the wall that I look at every day! Thank you Chris & Sue. 

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