Welcome to the home of Toronto pet photography.
“It’s not what we have in life, but WHO we have in our lives, that matters.”
WHAT WE DO
We are Toronto’s premier pet photography team, catering exclusively to the dogs, cats, horses, and yes, ferrets, rabbits and hedgehogs…along with the people who adore them.
The perfect experience begins with a conversation. Would you like portraits outside? Or, in-studio? At your home or cottage? With the family or not? Where will you display these portraits? What colours do you want to be incorporated in the final portraits?
Taking the perfect image begins with an idea. Together we will build the experience that will result in the portraits you will treasure.
It is why we say: We are Toronto pet photography done properly.
On-Location Pet Photography
In-Studio Pet Photography
On-site Event Photography
Posh Pets® Ink.
A paper, print and accessory store for pet-loving humans.
WHY CHOOSE US
“I want to thank you for the ‘Posh Pets Experience’!
From our first conversation to the photo shoot to the delivery of product everything was First Class. I know Olive enjoyed posing as much as I enjoy the result.
The pictures were beyond expectation and getting raves from family and friends. I REALLY did not expect such a professional presentation of the finished product where real thought and care is given to the smallest details.
I highly recommend you to anyone thinking about this.”
OUR LATEST POSTS
It was mum that first contacted me. She was so excited because the family was welcoming a brand new puppy into the home and she wanted to document it. I, of course, was thrilled to hear this because the mere idea of photographing a new puppy is always a special high...
On Sunday, September 30, 2019, Hound & Purr celebrated their 1st anniversary. The day was busy with 3 events: 1. A dog fashion show put on by the Little White Dog; 2. A meet-and-greet with some of Toronto's famous pups (Maximillion, Dexter, Prince Louix CXIII, and...
Saturday, August 17, 2019 was the date selected for the 6th annual Swissridge DoodleRomp. Looking at the weather during the couple of days beforehand, it was forecasting the worst of weather. I had therefore emailed the organizer to ask her if we had a Plan B in case...