About a year before we had our first daughter, our computer crashed and I lost all our pictures. Thank heavens we didn’t have kids then! However, I did lose pictures of my “children” then…my dogs! We got our two dogs when we were in pilot training in MS. Both are rescue dogs from the Humane Society. We picked Charlie out after we had been in town for about 2 days and were still in the hotel. As soon as the movers unloaded our stuff, we loaded up to go get our baby :O) After 6 months, I started to beg for another one (funny, how that same thing happened when we had kids too) It took lots of
nagging convincing and Ian finally caved. We drove to Starkville to find another dog. Ian picked out Gus. We loved those dogs like they were our children! We were those people who would send out Christmas cards with only us and our dogs (which I’m sure my non-dog loving friends just loved he he) I was devastated when we lost all the pictures and videos from when they were puppies.
I was in for such a treat when yesterday, my dad sent me an email with some pictures of them when they were puppies. Please ignore these not technically correct, taken on auto, indoor photos, but I LOVE them!! My dogs are no longer cute little puppies since they both way over 80lbs and 6 years old now. But we still love them dearly! I love watching my girls grow up with dogs and learning to love animals as much as I do. So, in honor of these terrible pictures of my dogs here is a great article with tips for photographing your pet! And for you crazy people like me who send out Christmas cards with your pets in the pictures, ENJOY!
Check out these 10 Tips for Pet Photos