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Dash is a 9 year old Cockapoo who is also affectionately referred to by his parents as W.G.C. (World’s Greatest Cockapoo). Like most of us, Dash’s parents didn’t have a lot of images of all three of them together so we set out to remedy that with a Christmas photo session! We headed to South Street Seaport hoping to catch some of the Brooklyn Bridge in the background. However, Mother Nature had other ideas and sent us a snowstorm instead. Luckily, Dash likes the snow so were still able to get some amazing family images! Dash’s parents were troopers in the cold and as you can see, we stopped for coffee to help us warm up! I’m so glad I got to meet this lovable little guy.

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It snowed today!! That hardly ever happens here in Dallas so I took Sydney and Sasha out first thing in the morning so they could enjoy it. They LOVE the snow! They immediately started running around as fast as they could and chasing each other. Sasha doesn’t really do that much these days so it was really nice to see! I hope you and your dogs got to enjoy the snow today before it turns to mush!

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  • December 7, 2013 - 9:15 am

    Chris K - Great pics!! You could see the joy on their faces!

Meet Frankie and Schnitzel. These two lovable and active guys were an absolute hoot during their photo session. Have you ever seen a dachsund that loves – I mean LOVES – to fetch! How he managed to fit that entire ball in his tiny mouth, I”ll never know! Schnitzel was content to model for me while his brother played, and as you can see he was a fantastic model. I’m so glad we were able to catch the tail end of the fall colors, because it matched their beautiful coats perfectly!!

When Einstein’s mom told me he was 14.5 years old, I couldn’t believe it! That is quite an old age for such a big dog, but he acted like he is still in the prime of his life. We had a great time strolling around the Southlake Town Square for a mix of park and urban shots. As you can see, he was all about the treats! I can only hope my dogs are still as healthy and happy go lucky as Einstein when they reach his age!

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