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Welcome to the PawPrints Photography Blog!

Hi!  Thanks for visiting the blog for the award-winning PawPrints Photography.  We specialize in on-location, custom pet photography.  We work with you to create artistic and unique portraits of the special dog, cat or horse in your life.  If you would like to find out more information, please visit our website at www.pawprintsphotography.com or give us a call at 703-354-3736.  Hope you come back often!

Monthly Archives: May 2012

novadog magazine cover – behind the scenes

We had a great time photographing Jack, from Kissable Canine, for the Spring cover of novadog magazine, and learning all about the sport of Treibball.

Lemon (left) is featured in the article about Treibball.

Lemon and Gwen demonstrate how it’s done.

You don’t need a soccer field – you can play in your back yard as well.  This is Clementine, waiting for her owner to give the go ahead  . . .

. . . and she’s off!

You can find out about Treibball classes here.

 

 

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Thank You for Your Service

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Maine Coon Kittens

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Trevor aka Hillwood Toy Story – Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

This is the adorable Trevor aka Hillwood Toy Story, an adorably photogenic Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.  He’s not just a pretty face, though. He has a very important job ahead of him.

 

Trevor is the  newest member of The Center for Pet Safety (CPS) awareness team. The Center for Pet Safety is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit research advocacy organization dedicated to the science of companion animal safety. Trevor will be assisting CPS on community outreach events and media opportunities promoting their mission. For more information on The Center for Pet Safety, please check out their website www.CenterforPetSafety.org or contact Lindsey Wolko directly (info@CenterforPetSafety.org). Donations to CPS are tax deductible.

 

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