Pet Pawtraits

Linda and Phoebe

These two lovelies, Linda the Lady and Phoebe the Weimaraner, met us at sunset at Linda’s club, Inanda Country Base, in Kyalami for some beautiful pawtraits together.  By Sean and Leanne Williams.

Pawtraits of the Knox Family

Meet Cindy and Billy Knox.  Owned by Phoebe the Laborador, Cloe the Pug, Loki the Foxy cross Minpin, and Griffons Chewbaka, Flash and Raiden.  Chaotic cuteness.  I love the Griffons’ beards, though they gave me quite a challenge because they kept covering the dog’s eyes.  Cloe was by far the most photogenic little poser!    By Leanne Williams

GSPs’ Humans Are Getting Married

Amy and John are engaged to be married in about a year and needed some pretty pictures to use for their Save The Dates.  They booked a Lifestyle Pawtrait session during a lovely winter sunset in Kyalami, and of course they included their four spirited, beautiful German Shorthaired Pointers.  The dogs ran, and swam, and chased birds, and occasionally the couple managed to convince them to stay still for some portraits.  Don’t know who was more exhausted,… Continue reading

Pawtraits of George and Fabian

 

Supremely handsome George and Fabian came to the studio to show off their posing skills.  They’re both in amazing condition and very fit thanks to their mom, Chanelle, and PetFit.  They’re also qualified, working therapy dogs with Paws for People.  By Leanne Williams.

Snapdragon Sibes in Studio

I’m not a fan of selfies.  But we missed our annual family pawtrait shoot in 2015, and my poor ginger puppy Simon hardly has any photos of his puppyhood.  (Typical third child!)  I also wanted to get some pics of the floating trophies we won at our dog school before they have to be returned.  But Sean was too fully booked to help me.  So I, alone, headed to the studio with three freshly groomed… Continue reading

Kym, Ella and Ben

Kym’s elegant, super-fast, extremely busy littles, Ella and Ben, are Itallian Greyhounds.  I had never heard of the breed until I started agility with our Siberians a few years ago, and to me they seem to be gentle, trainable dogs – though extremely sensitive to changes in temperature.  Kym won the gift voucher that we sponsored to raise money for the SA Agility Team to go to the 2016 Agility World Champs.  When she booked, she warned… Continue reading