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Dogography – why invest in photographing your dog?

Dogs are our best friends, our fur-children. They are our constant companions, protectors and cuddle cushions. Just like our children, they hold a special place in our hearts, and having solid reminders of their life, is as important as documenting our human children’s life’s.

As our pets get older, we become aware of their mortality, and realise that they won’t live forever  – that’s usually when owners want their beloved four legged friends captured.

Take AnnMarie & Henry, for example.

Henry had a condition that meant he struggled to walk when he got older, he eventually got his very own wheels! Henry was the most loved dog on this earth, and his owner was wise enough to invest in professional photos throughout his life. Thankfully as he got older, I was said photographer, and I just loved capturing the bond between woman & dog!

Henry (or Henners as we was affectionately known!) passed quite suddenly last year, a few short months after his last photo session. He may be gone, but AnnMarie’s walls and shelf’s contain constant, beautiful reminders of her boy!

Then there’s good old Robbie, Jennifer’s child-hood pup! She knew he was getting on in his life, and wanted to have natural, professional photographs of her boy that she could gaze at every day, keeping the memories alive.

You can read about Jennifer and Robbie’s Session in this blog post!

The bond between a dog and their human is so unique, that only they understand it.
Time moves fast, memories fade, but photographs don’t.
Honour your fur-children, and your relationship with them, by making sure they are forever captured in all their beautiful glory. Don’t wait until they’re in their later years, or you may forget what their youngest, and best years, were like!

A dog is the only thing on this earth that loves you more than he loves himself.

If you’d like to capture your fur-child in all its woofy glory, use the button below to get in touch!

Robbie the Dog’s Pet Photoshoot

Man is a dogs best friend…or in this case, woman is!

Jennifer got Robbie when she was 10 years old. He’s been her constant companion & best furry friends for 11 years now. He’s getting on (not that you’d know it!) and Jennifer wanted to capture him professionally while he’s still spritely.

Yes, you can take photos on your phone, but dogs are not easy to capture, even when they’re standing still! Jennifer knew this, and wanted to have some beautiful images of her boy on the wall, that she could treasure forever.

I’m a dog person (I have a dog, Jasper!) and they all have the most amazing personalities. They’re also great fun to photograph, and they have THEE most beautiful, soulful eyes!

Jennifer, Robbie and I, took a walk down by the River Clyde, a walk Robbie has taken daily for years! We let Robbie play, we had him sit and pose, and we even had him in a Christmas jumper!

Jennifer was thrilled with the results, and I walked away knowing that dogography was something I really wanted to do more of!


If you’d like to capture your fur-child in all its woofy glory, use the button below to get in touch!

Jen Scott Photography

I am a natural light photographer in Glasgow who works with lovely, laid-back people to capture the 'real' moments that make your life extraordinary. I'd love to hear from you!

07789 915107

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