Miss Coco’s Mom is a previous client who has worked with us before. Coco was adopted at 4 years old however she was recently diagnosed as having lymphoma. Her mom contacted us to photograph Coco before she crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. We had a home session for Coco where she was surrounded by familiar […]

Miss Coco

When Karra first started volunteering as a shelter photographer at the Kansas Humane Society, one of the first questions they asked her whether she was a cat person or a dog person?  She likes to consider herself an Omni animal person.  She doesn’t have a personal preference and quite honestly can’t choose a favorite, even […]

FAQ SERIES – is Karra a cat or a dog person?

When thinking about your session, planning is key. It’s an investment on your memories so a little planning can go a long way. At your preconsultation, we discuss the goals for the session. Do you want all posed shots? Are you more a candid image kind of person? Would you like a combo of both? […]

Planning your session – Wichita Dog Photography

We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone.   ~ Katie Thurmes Every pet owner I speak with tells me the same thing.  My pet is my best friend.  They saved me.  They make my world better.  My pet is my family. Every pet has a story.  How will you remember your […]

Telling your pet’s story

When my husband and I adopted our first cat together, we were experienced pet owners. That said nothing prepared us for the day when our sweet little orange tabby Marmalade (Marma was nearly 18) passed away from chronic renal failure. When we returned from the vet’s that day, all we had left was her collar, […]

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