Jun 13, 2012
Welcome to this week’s available Adoptables Round-Up at Toronto Animal Services. Each of these furry faces is looking for a forever home, so be sure to check them out on the Posh Pets facebook page as well at the TAS page. And please share their images with those you know…let’s help them find families who will love them!
See you next week!
Dec 31, 2011
Wow! The year has simply passed by in what was a banner year for Posh Pets Photography. I had the opportunity to meet so many awesome furry faces and their humans which is what makes this job such a joy to do. There were also some “firsts” for Posh Pets this year and and some really happy events – some I had not even remembered until I sat down to write this post. I think it is always a good exercise to look back and see how far you have come, so please join me on this trip down memory lane.
- As of December 2011, the Posh Pets Blog is officially one year old! Hard to believe that this was begun on December 19, 2010 with one small post that said we had gone live. At the time, I had no idea what I would find to write about for the whole year, but it really has come together for me. I find that sometimes I simply cannot get all the ideas I have written quickly enough!
- Posh Pets joined the Beautiful Beasties Project 52 in March 2011. That has been an awesome project that allows me to shoot images just for me. For an artist, it is vitally important that we get an opportunity to stretch and push ourselves to try different things and also to explore ideas and concepts that we would not otherwise do. I really have enjoyed seeing how each member interprets one theme – I hope you have too!
- Posh Pets was featured in the Toronto Star on November 12, 2011 alongside one of my mentors, the very talented Teresa Berg. That was something that I could not have even dreamed of at the beginning of 2011. It was a complete surprise to be recognized for my work.
- Posh Pets began photographing the Toronto Animal Services Adoptables on November 2, 2011. I began with Greta, a beautiful brown tabby and ended the year with Pete, a gorgeous husky. In between, there were a total of 76 animals who posed for my lens – that is a lot of furry faces in just 2 months! I am so happy to report that Greta has since found her forever home along with 57 of her fellow adoptables and I hope Pete and his friends are not far behind.
Of course, I know that I could not have done this all by myself. So, I want to take a few lines to thank all of the people who have helped me during 2011.
♥ Thank you to all of my clients who trusted me to capture the beauty and grace of their beloved pets for I could not be working at something I absolutely love without you! I have enjoyed meeting you, snuggling with your furry family members and presenting you with final images you can treasure for years to come.
♥ Thank you to Kathy and her staff at Toronto Animal Services – North Region. Every week I go in to meet the newest group of adoptables, I am amazed by the hard work and dedication they display towards these animals who have no home, no protection and no voice. They really do care!
♥ Thank you to my family who have shown me such support during this last year. My Mom and Dad and sister have always been there, encouraging me to do what they know is a dream for me. I hope you know how much I love you guys!
♥ It would be hard to have missed the many stories on the blog of the kitties my husband and I share our home with. Ripley and Lady Jane are the best models, patiently putting up with my never ending requests for photography time. Ripley is now 17 years old and Lady Jane is 15, so they have many long hours of napping in between, but I would be remiss not to thank them too!
♥ Last, but certainly not least, I want to thank my dear husband. Dean has always believed in me, even when I did not believe in myself. He is honest to a fault and I can always count on him to tell me the truth about any of my ideas, business or my photography. At the same time, he knows exactly what to say and do when I am feeling frustrated or down. I truly do love you honey!
I will leave you with an image of one of our success stories from 2011 – this is Hank, who found his forever home last week. I do hope you will all stick around for all the Posh Pets’ excitement in 2012!
Dec 28, 2011
Introducing the new gang of adoptables at Toronto Animal Services – North Region for this week! As always, if you want to find out more information about these beautiful pets, you can contact TAS or check out the Posh Pets Facebook page. Such lovely, furry faces to feature this week – I think you will really enjoy them!
And now the kitties…
See you all next year (can you believe it will be 2012?)!
Dec 16, 2011
We are a little late this week, but here the current residents at the Toronto Animal Services (North Region). As always, you can find out a few details about them by visiting the Posh Pets Facebook page or the TAS.
First, we have the graceful felines…
And now, we have our many dogs looking for homes!
See you back here next week!
Dec 7, 2011
This week we have a whole gaggle of new doggies and two little tortoise shell kittens. Please check them out and contact Toronto Animal Services – North Region if you see a future family member in the bunch! You can also check out the Posh Pets Photography Facebook page for a little detail about each of them.
First, we have two little kittens. They are both a bit shy, but they do love to play!
Next are the beautiful dogs…
Look at the gorgeous smile on Chevy! He wants everyone to know that he is waiting right here for his forever family.
These two labrador puppies are so calm for being only 6 months of age and they are almost impossible to tell apart.
Nothing like the stunning blue eyes of a siberian husky!
I absolutely loved this guy’s colour – what an amazing red coat he has!
And here is lovely Rubix – his eyes are so soulful.
Please come back and see us all next week!
Nov 30, 2011
While it was “raining cats and dogs” outside, we were inside photographing the warm and dry kitties! Take a look at this week’s adoptables which feature a number of little kittens. If someone catches your eye, please contact the Toronto Animal Services – North Region to check on them.
And now, please meet Hank! Hank bravely faced the wet elements so we could show you what a beautiful German Sheppard mix he is. He is anxiously awaiting to meet his forever family!
Until next week!