Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Pictures Don't Lie - We Really Are This Cute

Emily from Dreameyce Studio came to our house a couple of weeks ago and took pictures of us. In celebration of National Puppy Day (that would be today, March 23rd), we thought we would share just a small portion of the 65 pictures she took. You can see what a professional photographer can do compared to our Mum. Emily is quite talented and her pictures were wonderful. Of course we are wonderful models - there were limited treats involved.

Doesn't Dottie look magnificent? (Did I say that?)

What's not to love with this face and tennis ball?

Mum loves this shot of Dottie.

Leave it to Cooper to nod off during our photoshoot.

Dottie did her tuck and roll, note the crossed legs in the rear.
Sort of a ballet move I think.

Can you spot the heart on my hind end?
The ladies love it!

Mum says this picture says a lot.
Dottie is blind but she still knows where the door is,
and still likes to do her circuit in the backyard.

If you live in Oregon, you can have Emily take pictures of your animals and peoples. (This is where we shamelessly promote Emily's work and website at http://www.dreameyce.com/) If you don't live in Oregon but have boatloads of money you could bring Emily to your house. We'll come too, sort of an added bonus!

21 comments:

Dory and the Mama said...

What pawesome shots!!

Love you little heart Dozer...;-)

Smileys!
Dory

The Musketeers said...

You guys look cute and great ! pawsome shots ! Dottie really look magnificent ! ;)

Kelly said...

Love that tennis ball photo!

kissa-bull said...

oh dozer all the girls in our pack went all wiggly and crazy ofur your hiney heart
teehee
we loved all the shots but wiff you guys ash models we would'nt expect less cuteness
pibble sugars and wee wags
the pittie pack

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Isn't is just amazing what a photo can convey in feeling, emotion, mood? All the dogs were "caught" displaying all of these. Terrific!

Angela said...

I love the ballet move you got going on there! And Dottie is so sweet looking! I love the look of the older dogs with thier white faces!

Great pictures!

Hugs,
Angela

Bri said...

beautiful pictures!!

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the casbah kitten said...

Wow, those ARE great photos. I wish we had boatloads of money. . . But with such gorgeous subjects how could she go wrong?

Mango said...

I love your heart hiney! That is the cutest ever. And Dott DOES look good. Coop looks like, er, Coop.

Slobbers,
Mango

the booker man said...

awesome photos...ya'll are great models!! :)
mr. dozer, your heart hiney is super cute!
*woof*
the booker man

Kari in WeHo said...

yup, you are cute pups!

the casbah kitten said...

Hi guys! It's us again. We tagged Dozer in a photo game if he wants to play:

http://thecasbahkitten.blogspot.com/2010/03/wednesday-with-words.html

Life With Dogs said...

I'm a sucker for good lighting, and these pics are just about perfect. Very nice!

ClassyChassy said...

Totally AWESOME!

Laurie said...
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The Two Country Poodles said...

Wow nice shots.


Wags and Licks,
Mollie Jo & Bobo

ocmist said...

Dott's Dad is always talking about her Butt Heart too! Those are great shots and really caught your personalities! Mom really loved that first picture of Dottie! Says it shows the champion she used to be!

We tagged you on our latest blog to get a Virtual Easter Basket and help kids for free! BG

Laurie said...

Great photos! I love them!! And Sadie has a heart shaped butt, too!!!! Hahaha.

Scottie the 'Cutie' said...

Those are splendid photos! But I think your Mom's photos of you all are also great..*grins*

Scottie

dewdana said...

What great pics! I love the tennis ball on the lap one but really they are all great! Nice heart on your butt! It reminds me of all those kids sporting things like writing and hearts on the seat of their shorts these days...