If there’s one thing I’ve learned when working with dogs and taking their pictures, it’s all about being patient in working with them. In order to take the right picture, you have to understand the dog and spend time with them, so that they can act naturally around you and do the shot you want.
But if you miss that shot, you might not be able to get it back. There is nothing like taking the right shots of dogs in action or posing for the camera. When the dog works well with you, you can create the perfect picture.
DOGTOPIA | Pepper the Great Dane may be a large dog, but she’s a child at heart with a big smile!
DOGTOPIA | Meet Stitch, one of the many dogs that were up for adoption at The Mississauga Humane Society. He’s from Mexico and has come to daycare a few times to gradually come out of his shell.
DOGTOPIA | Luna the golden retriever’s got her wink on!
DAILY | A close-up of a certain Cockapoo.
DAILY | Cockapoo sniffs around the toy collection on Halloween for his new favourite toy.
DOGTOPIA | Zeus the Doberman was boarding with us at Dogtopia Meadowvale. Check out his smile!
DAILY | Woody and Bullseye ride into town for Halloween!
DAILY | Saying goodbye after making a friend is always bittersweet.
DOGTOPIA | Georgia was one of our Dog Of The Week dogs. Have you met this Rhodesian Ridgeback before?