Category Archives: Photo Session

Deck the Halls With Squishy Dog Faces!

It’s that time of year! Time to start thinking about your Christmas cards and holiday photos. Everyone wants more photos of you and your furry best friends. That’s why you should schedule a limited edition holiday portrait session with StinkDog Photos this year.

We have two dates available in our Belmar studio on November 26, and December 3rd for Christmas card mini sessions. If you are interested in booking or need additional information contact us here.

Our sessions are classic and beautiful. This simple set means you’re dog will shine in the photos. Don’t let Santa get all the attention this year.

Juni and Bergen the Denver doodles are looking really stinkin’ cute in their photos below.

Schedule your limited edition session today!

Limited edition holiday portrait sessions for you and your pet.

The best gifts include photos!

the best christmas cards have photos of your pets.

Holiday portraits you'll want to see all year!

Christmas limited edition holiday portrait sessions.

Classic pet portraits of your pets for the holiday!

holiday portrait sessions for your pet.

Juniper makes the perfect Christmas decoration

Juniper the doodle dog in a juniper wreath for holiday photos.

Bergen and Juni posing for their holiday portraits

Holiday portrait sessions for your dog



Let your dog shine! Don't let Santa take the spotlight.

Classic Christmas mini sessions for your pet.


Our limited edition sessions sell out every year so don’t wait to book. Contact StinkDog Photos to get your stinking’ cute photos.



Rufio – leader of the lost dogs

Rufio was charming and sweet during our photo session in Wash Park. His head tilted at the sweet sound of the word “treat” and he tried his best to do all the things he used to before he lost his leg to cancer. ┬áIt’s not easy to learn how to sit and to run when one of your legs is suddenly gone but he made the best of it.

Rufio (named after the leader of the lost boys in the movie Hook) was once a stray dog until he was rescued. We know how this rescue goes, we pretend to rescue them and instead they rescue us. Rufio reminds us to not be a boring old grown up every single minute… take time and tilt your head, be amazed by simple things, enjoy your walks even when you have to struggle to get where you are going because life is too short.

Rest in peace sweet Rufio. We hope the treats are wonderful and plenty where ever you are. You were and will always be a good boy.