West Highland White Terrier- “Sidney” or ” Sue, Sue”. Is a real natural and loves the camera. We had a great time with her to get these images.
The West Highland White Terrier breed originates from Scotland. With a shoulder height of around 11, they weigh in at an average of 16 and a half pounds. The West Highland White Terrier’s coat is always white and is double layered. The topcoat is rough and hard, whilst the undercoat is short and soft.
Sidney is very active, and loves to run and play as much as possible.
“Trapper’s” portrait was a surprise Christmas present for his master this year, he came marching into the studio like he owned the place. He is a sweat heart, and now he has me wanting to get a standard poodle as my next dog.
Artfully Dog Photography has a session at Paws Grooming Shop in Roswell, Ga. to Photograph “Arron”. Artfully Dog will have a display at “Paws”, as customers come into shop. Paws has just move to their new location in the suburbs of Atlanta.
“Arron” a beautiful standard Poodle belongs to the shop owner.
”Winston” is the name of this beautiful Dachshund who was rescured and had been selected to be put down. A telephone call to area Dachshund rescure group saved his life. Please when all possible adopt a pet. I really enjoyed this photo session Winston was a doll.
The name “dachshund” is of German origin and literally means “badger dog”, from Dachs (“badger”) and Hund (“dog”). Because of their long, narrow build, they are often nicknamed hot dog, wiener dog or sausage dog. Although “dachshund” is a German word, in modern German they are also commonly known by the name Dackel; in the case of the formally certified hunting and tracking rank, the name Teckel is used.
This Bichon is always mistaken for a stuff animal. “Tess” has the round Bichon cut which is the traditional cut for a Bichons. These images were taken using natural lighting.
A Bichon Frise, meaning cute curling white lap dog, is a small breed of dog of the Bichon Type. They are popular pets, similar in appearance to, but larger than, the Maltese.