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In 2016 Brad & I rescued our first dog. She was a pregnant German Shepherd named Remington Rose. We lost our sweet Remington suddenly, 6 short months after she came into our lives. We never had professional photos with her & we regret it everyday. We were living in the moment, but time creates a fuzzy memory.
We continued our lives, as hard as it seemed after losing Remi & rescued 3 more dogs. One of these being our pup Loki Vader. We were photographing the new adoptable puppies at a rescue, when we fell in love with our sweet boy and knew he would be spending his forever with us. He brought an insane amount of joy into our lives, more than we ever could have expected. His fur sisters also loved him more than anything in this world. They were inseparable.
Loki never knew a day where his mama wasn't documenting his every move. He LOVED the camera, more than any other dog I've ever met. We documented his entire life, alongside of his two sisters. He was silly, stubborn, ruthless, loving & one of the most amazing parts of waking up everyday. Our hearts hurt more than ever, as Loki crossed over the rainbow bridge on March 13th, 2021 at 1 1/2 years old. The photos & videos we have taken of him are the closest things to our hearts right now, and forever will be.
If you are on the fence about booking a session with your pup- or any pet for that matter, my advice to you is as follows- Do it. You will not regret it. One day you will look back at the photos & you will be able to feel the happiness you felt when your best friend was by your side. Trust me when I say- your future self will thank you.
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