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Edward & Kim – Angels Among Us Pet Rescue

Edward & Kim – Angels Among Us Pet Rescue

This is Edward the dog and Kim his cat – a bonded elderly pair whose humans died and who had no where to go. My friends at Angels Among Us Pet Rescue took them in as fosters knowing that getting them adopted would be a challenge (to put it mildly). Against all odds, Edward and ... Read More
Mirkwood The Beagle

Mirkwood The Beagle

This is a short version of the story Mirkwood the Beagle. It is short because we don’t know (yet) of his “happily ever after”. Jill Williams was driving to a friend’s home when she spotted a frail puppy abandoned along Shadowridge Drive, the station reported. She later saw a second dog and then took a ... Read More

An Advantage Of Working From Home

One day in December of 2016 I was working from home when I got a message from Angels Among Us Pet Rescue. There were two dogs in boarding that needed photos taken that day so their PetFinder and social media profiles could be updated. It just so happened that the place where they were boarded, ... Read More
Three Boxer Puppies

Three Boxer Puppies

On Sunday Sept. 11, model Ianna Francine and I, in association with Models To the Rescue,  worked with 3 boxer puppies in foster care with Angels Among Us Rescue. These 3 boys were part of an emergency evacuation of the Walker County Animal Shelter due to an outbreak of parvo. Click here to see photos ... Read More
Shelter Dogs – Forsyth County, GA

Shelter Dogs – Forsyth County, GA

The the Humane Society of Forsyth County, Georgia (HSFC) is just a few miles from my house, and, as a fan of being as local as possible, on a heavily overcast Saturday in July of 2016, I packed a few lenses and headed there to take some pictures of shelter dogs. HSFC is really well ... Read More
The Story Of Tula the Rescue Dog – Part 1

The Story Of Tula the Rescue Dog – Part 1

My first ever shelter dog photo session was a learning experience for me, but I was very happy to get better pictures of the shelter dogs than the cell phone snapshots they usually get. Better photos are directly related to faster adoptions, and I am more than willing to help these dogs find forever homes. ... Read More