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Bode's Buddies - Mini Session

If you know me personally, then you probably have heard a story or two about Bode. He was our handsome, black lab whom we adopted from UPAWS in 2008 and sadly, lost in 2018. We had the best 10 years with him and he was my furry soulmate. There isn't a week that goes by that we don't still talk about him in our household. To honor him, I have decided to offer Bode's Buddies Mini Sessions to capture other furry friends with their families, while giving back to the very organization that brought him into our lives.

What to expect-

This session is both dog-focused and dog-led. Think of yourself as the accessory! My goal is to capture the connection and relationship between you and your pup(s)! That means lots of pets, snuggles, nose boops and belly rubs. I want to capture the way your dog looks at you and you look back at them. We follow the dog's lead on what he/she wants to do and where they want to be. If he/she wants to walk around and sniff, we will sniff. Though, I would love to photograph dogs in your home, in order to be able to offer this as a mini session, the session will need to take place in a photographer-chosen location. I scout out all of my locations beforehand to ensure that they are safe for you and your furry friends.

How it works - 

To book a Bode's Buddies Mini Session, simply submit a contact form and I will reply back to you via email with dates available! Session cost is $250 with $100 of the cost being donated to UPAWS. All sessions take place on weekday evenings. Have multiple dogs? All are welcome! With multiple dogs, I do recommend bringing someone to help leash hold during individual shots. You will receive an online gallery within two weeks of your images, with print release for all images included. Donations to UPAWS will be made at the end of every month.

Contact us to book your session. Please kindly give us 24 hrs to respond.

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" It's just the most amazing thing to love a dog, isn't it? It makes our relationships with people seem as boring as a bowl of oatmeal." - John Grogan

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