Saturday, March 24, 2012

Saturday's Dog: And the wins just keep on coming...

So I've hit a bit of a slump in scheduling photo sessions of dogs to feature here on our "Saturday's Dog" section. Lucky for me, though, the dogs we've featured previously here have been batting 1000!

Today I'm excited to tell you about 2 long-term shelter/rescue dogs who finally went home to be with their very own forever families. Let's here it for Missy, who spent a year in foster care with North East All Retriever Rescue and Ed, who spent almost as long at the Buddy Dog Humane Society shelter.


Please join me in wishing them lots of hugs and snuggles with the new families.

PS - I'm trying to coordinate some time with another rescue/shelter since the one I was originally working with seems to have their own photographer doing photo sessions now. It may be quiet or just not as personal here on Saturdays for a few weeks but I promise, as soon as I have a new place to go, I'm going to head over there, get some pictures of some awesome dogs and share them here with everybody to help them find their own forever homes.

Thanks for all the tweets and shares about all these guys. It makes a difference.


  1. Hi Y'all,

    Just hopped by to catch up on your happenings and say hello! Have a great weekend!

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  2. I'm sure there are plenty of rescues out there needing the work of a skilled photographer like you.

  3. Woohoo!!  Congrats to Missy and Ed :)

    Sounds like you're on a roll - I've got my paws crossed for more forever homes being found :)

    Your pal Snoopy :) 

  4. Yay, Missy and Ed!!

  5. Once you get set up with the new organization, I hope you can keep the same record of success in adoptions. Your pictures sound like good luck charms for these dogs.

  6. Yay, 2 more adoptions! Especially Ed, he's such a good dog.

  7. Hi Hawk!  Thanks for dropping in!  Hope you had a fab weekend, too!

  8. You are very kind.  I have a shelter I'd like to work with in mind but I don't really know anyone over there yet so I have to figure out how to make that introduction without stepping on any toes. ;)

  9. It's been a busy couple of months in these parts.  That's a very good thing. :)

  10. I know, right? Now, if we can only get Dill and Tatiana new homes, I'll be just thrilled. :)

  11. Isn't he wonderful?  I really couldn't believe he had been at the shelter so long - when we took him out to play, he was such a good boy.  Only trouble I had was that he kept wanting to snuggle and give me kisses which, as the photographer can create a bit of a problem. ;)