Pet Photography with puppy love

February 12, 2021  •  6 Comments

Our last few weeks have been filled with puppies!  Maxx and Me Pet Rescue has rescued several momma dogs and taken their little ones into foster care as well.  We have been touring the Tampa Bay area photographing these puppies - and it's all about love with these little ones.  Lot of puppy love going around here as we saw many different puppies and a surprising number of them with blue eyes - or one blue eye and another eye a different color. 

All of these puppies belong to momma "Brie" who was not able to nurse them herself due to health issues.  As such, a call went out for fosters to help feed these little babies from the beginning of their life - and they were paired up with two in each foster.  Eight of those puppies have grown into wonderful little fur bundles waiting for their forever home (a few have potential furever homes, some still waiting to find one).

Here's two 11 week old siblings sharing a toy together as they run and play with a little red valentine monkey across the yard.

 These two siblings allowed us to place them in a wooden crate for a few cute photographs together. Sometimes during puppy shoots, well - perhaps one shows a little love through a snuggle and the other shows what they might be thinking about it (by sticking out their tongue?).

  Our last puppy, for a red love portrait - Blackberry, an 12 week old puppy with Maxx and Me Pet Rescue.

That's it for this week's pet photography blog.  For more pet photographers sharing their take on this theme, head over to visit Pet Love Photography, sharing the love with Greater Cincinnati, the San Francisco Bay Area, and destinations nationwide.

If you would like to book a custom pet portrait session, send an email to [email protected] or give us a call/text Linda at 813-610-2671 in the Tampa Bay area (Florida).

 


Comments

Tracy Allard(non-registered)
Those puppies are adorable; their blue eyes are stunning. I'm sure they won't last long with these beautiful images!
Darlene(non-registered)
OH MY GOODNESS! Cuteness overload! How fun to get to spend time with these adorable puppies :) Beautiful images, Linda!
Danyel Rogers(non-registered)
Wow that has to be a lot of rewarding work nursing puppies until they are grown. It's a "ruff" job but someone gotta do it.
Angela Schneider(non-registered)
Ah, those blue puppy eyes. How adorable.
Nicole Hrustyk(non-registered)
Adorable! I hope they all find wonderful homes!
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