In a change to regular features of cute newborns or fun families, today I’m featuring a set of photos of when I tagged along for a dog walk with family friend Sam and her six dogs. Sam works full time as a veterinary nurse while also focusing on dog training and behaviour.
Now I’ve never attempted a shoot with six dogs before but loving a challenge we arranged a morning and went for it. We were treated to a gorgeous autumnal morning, perfect for taking in the Surrey countryside.
After going for a little walk first (so they didn’t feel cheated out of a walkies) we found a beautiful spot to have a group shot. We did laugh about the unlikely chances of capturing all the dogs looking at the camera and being in the right position at the same time, there were to many exciting distractions for that, but we got very close :)
In order from left to right let me introduce Lily, Box, Noah, Rocket, Dave and in front of him Bacchus.
We had Sams Dad and a friend on hand to help out while we did individual and smaller group shots. We had a blast, the dogs were great and very well behaved.
Sam has a passion for dog training and behaviour. She regularly fosters rescue dogs and while in her care rehabilitates them mentally and physically. This allows the dogs to be more easily re-homed and live a life that they deserve. They join Sam’s pack as one of her own and leave ready for their new lives, which in itself is totally amazing work.
Enjoy the selection from Sam’s session.
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