Denver Pet Portraits in City Park, Denver, CO

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a portrait session with your dog?

Recently, Griffin had a pet portrait session with me in City Park. I thought I’d include most of his images so you can see the type of photos you can have taken with a dog on a leash.

Usually the thing most people worry about when wondering if they should schedule a session is that their dog won’t sit still or maybe they can’t take their dog off a leash. Griffin’s mom also worried about that before her session. I told her not to worry, I’ve been photographing dogs for 9 years now and I know I can get fantastic photos even if your dog can’t be off lead. I firmly believe a dog should act like a dog during their portrait session. It’s the best way to get fun portraits of them in my opinion.

Here’s a before and after of Griffin getting his photo taken while he’s still wearing his leash.

Before and after leash removal.
Outside pet portraits for dogs that can’t be off leash.

All of Griffin’s photos were taken with him on leash.

pet portraits in the blue hour
The blue series
Denver pet portraits
Griffin in City Park, Denver, CO.
golden hour pet portraits
Griffin during the golden hour.
A new toy for Griffin the dog.
Griffin with his new toy.
Dog and owner snuggle time
A little bonding time during Griffin’s portrait session.

Don’t let a leash stop you from getting the best portraits of your dog.




Fitness | 52 Week Project | Week 5

Happy Friday.

So many people start the new year with new health and fitness goals we thought it would be fun to make fitness this week’s theme for the 52 Week Project.

Boo Radley and I are walkers and hikers. We take walks around Denver and go hiking in the foothills as often as possible. Boo gets really excited on his walks though so I usually take him in the back yard to chase the ball for a while before we go. If he’s tired it’s much easier to handle him on our walk.

The funny thing is Boo Radley doesn’t really fetch without some sort of motivation so I throw the ball, he goes to get it, and I have to give him a snack when he returns it. If I don’t give him a snack he won’t give it back to me. We do this 10 or 15 times before we go on our walk and that helps take the edge off so that I can walk with him instead of him dragging me around town.

We’ve also taken Boo lure chasing a few times and he loves it. They only let him chase it for about 5 minutes but it’s a power run and he’s beat afterwards.

We also do a lot of training and that helps wear him out too but to be honest no matter what we do he always ends up with the zoomies around 7:00 at night. He runs around the house from room to room and he lands on every rug and spins around. I think it’s pretty funny but I’m the only one who appreciates it.

Here are photos of Boo Radley playing fetch before a walk.

Photos of Boo Radley playing fetch before a walk
Boo Radley plays fetch before a walk

Boo plays fetch

Boo plays fetch



If you would like photos of your pet exercising contact us for a photo session.