Custom pet photography specializing in capturing the pet you know and love.
I’ve had the pleasure of meeting some awesome pitties in this project, and Max is no exception. Like Quasi, Max is also getting on in years and would love someplace where he can relax and live out the rest of his life in leisure.
Mallory is an awesome painter and a volunteer at Saving Grace Pit Bull Rescue. We have teamed up for a personal project and I am so excited that Mallory (who is bee-yo-tiful) could be my first model. She picked Quasi (short for Quasimodo) because she is so incredibly sweet and gentle. Unfortunately, she has a facial deformity which means she isn’t the most visually appealing and so she continues to be passed over by potential adopters. She is closing in on ten years old, and has spent more than 4 years living at the rescue where she gets loved on by all the volunteers (but its not the same as a real home).
This next serious CRACKS me up. Quasi was not interested in food, or toys, or squeaky noises. The only thing that could capture her attention was my dying cat meows. Obviously it was cracking Mallory up too.
Cutter is a sweet Anatolian (and/or Akbash). If you’ve been around the Nizhoni blog for a while, you might remember Dash. If so, imagine my surprise when I clicked on a link to a friend’s photo on facebook and found his twin, Cutter staring back at me. Cutter is having some trouble finding a new forever home, so this afternoon we headed out to Littlefield to get some shots of him, in the hopes that some good pictures might help him win over some prospective adopters.
This is John. He’s currently boarding Cutter during his search for a loving family. John likes Cutter a lot. I’m pretty sure the feeling is mutual…
Cutter is a big dog, and he’ll be even bigger when he gets up to his ideal weight. But he is SO calm and sweet. And so much like Dash it almost hurts.
Seriously, isn’t he beautiful??
I love this little tail curl. Dash’s tail didn’t curl quite this much, but its about the only difference. Other than that, they could be identical twins.
So if you, or someone you know, is willing to take this gentle giant into your life, please please please give him a forever home!
Gracie is another of the schnauzer siblings who had a pre-Christmas session, which I am sadly just now getting around to posting. She was a bit timid, but once she warmed up, she was as sweet as could be.
Next up is the fourth and final pup from this session, Max.