This is Emo, an 8 month old pom. Shandy and her brother took her in after someone decided to give her away after deciding they don’t want a pet anymore! Sucks..but glad she’s found a caring home now. Her name was Momo before but she started responding to Eeeee (not really), so..she’s now Emo! Very curious and playful but not yappie at all, in fact, during the entire shoot, I did not hear one single bark!
She pee’d on my carpet but that’s okay…she’s too cute!
This is the second dog we met on the trip back to Hong Kong.
Tack-Tack is my cousin’s friend’s Samoyed. PYeung and I fell in love with this dog! He’s super chill and lazy. Once he lays down, you can pretty much push him across the floor like a mop to clean the floor! This breed’s friendly look also made him so loveable.
He’s made me want to get a samoyed when I decide I have the time commitment to take on a family pet.
I met this guy on my trip back home in Hong Kong.
Marble is my uncle’s Husky. Still a big puppy and playful as ever. He loved doing figure 8s around and through my legs. Either that or he was trying to shed because my jeans became looked like his coat after about a minute.
Winter climate dogs in 30 degree and 95% humidity weather…sucks to be them…
My buddy recently got new pup to be Cookie‘s new friend. Naturally, she ends up in my ‘studio’ like a super model.
She was full of energy and curious as ever, but was easy enough to handle to keep on the backdrop. Shoot went very well and only took an hour and a bit from set up to finish.
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