LOWER MAINLAND PET PHOTOGRAPHER-Hugabull calendar sessions have started

If you follow my blog, you may remember that last year, for the first year I did photography for 6 of the months of a calendar used to raise money for an organization that helps bully breeds called Hugabull. I am currently owned by an American Bulldog named Roxie. She was not a rescue, but she did lead me to find Hugabull and also to realize the amazing qualities of the bully breeds out there that are so often judged unfairly! This year, the wonderful volunteers at Hugabull came up with a “Duets” theme for the calendar so I am photographing pairs of dogs connected in some way (some through similar stories, some through blood and others through circumstance). So far I have done 4 out of the 6 sessions. I anticipated with trying to pose two dogs at a time I might need to merge photos and spend a whole lot of time getting them to cooperate, but these dogs are so motivated to please people I haven’t had to do anything like that at all yet. Hugabull dogs are rehabilitated in foster care and receive training before they are placed with their forever families. Here are a few from my first set of Hugabull sessions:

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  • rachel - Love the floppy ears! I agree that they are mis-interpreted a lot as a breed too. I think I encourage Bryden not to be afraid of pitties/boxers more so than any other dog, just cause I don’t want him to be afraid of them……. but I also teach him to ask the owner first, as with any dog :) I love the stalky shoulder look on the black one too, so eager to please tooReplyCancel

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