And here it is –the final installment of the ‘Dog Days of Summer’ blog post! If you are one of the wonderful folks that have been waiting since part 1 to find your fuzzbutt’s photo – thank you for being so patient! There were so many happy, share-worthy images from the event, it took quite a bit of effort to organize and edit all 120 of them. So, thanks for hanging around the blog from start to end! 🙂
In case you missed the first two posts (which you can find here: Part 1, Part 2.)- I had the lucky opportunity to bring the Dog Breath Photography booth to the ‘Dog Days of Summer’ event that took place at Smolak Farms two weeks ago. The event was organized by the incredible folks at Treadwell’s Ice Cream, and it was to raise money and awareness for the MSPCA at Nevins Farm. (An organization that happens to be very close to my heart. I spend quite a bit of my personal time volunteering over there.) The day couldn’t have been more perfect. The warm summer sunshine was out in abundance and the four-leggers were just as waggly as ever!
Part two left us off with a sweet Pittie enjoying a puppy cup and a photo of this guys squishy face!:
I had a couple more favorites of him that I couldn’t resist sharing! I mean c’mon – would you look that that prize smile?! …
And how about this sweet, patient little face? ..
This is ‘Obi’. He’s the Dog Breath mascot. I found him at the dollar store and he made me giggle out loud. So I bought him and now he finds his permanent home on the table at every Dog Breath event!..
Oh, those eyes! This little face is just a dream…
And there’s the smile!! …
This big guy found the pond and decided to cool himself off…
I can’t say I blame ya, bud. It was hot!!
I was lucky enough to catch (no pun intended!) an amazing agility demonstration put on by Pawsitive Paws Dog Training.
I eventually got the opportunity to venture out from behind the booth and meet some of my fellow vendors! …
There’s nothing quite like a Brussels Griffon smile ..
Here I am in action! (I do believe you can see the photo that resulted from that very moment in Part 1 of the Dog Days of Summer post!)
This guy stopped in behind the Dog Breath booth for some shade. I was happy to have such a large and fuzzy visitor! ..
My amazing assistant and incredibly reliable and inspiring friend, Doug, being his typical goober self…
Sam working the Dog Breath booth..
Oh and more puppy cups!
And a HUGE Thank You again to Treadwell’s Ice Cream for putting on such a wonderful and successful event! I had an incredible time and feel so blessed to have been able to be a part of such a perfect day…
As I’ve mentioned previously – don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about the photos of your dog or if you’re interested to book a Dog Breath Photo Session! You can find more about exactly what it is that I do on my website. I have four dates left for the month of July and August is filling quickly. I’d love to fit you and your pup(s) in to that schedule somewhere so I look forward to hearing from you!
Until Next Time,