What to expect after the session- Part 3

pet portrait album

During our photo session we will have determined the date and location of our ordering appointment. The appointment can take place either in person at your home or via zoom. either way we have our meeting- the first goal is to let you view your images in a slideshow to allow you to sit back and enjoy the process and the results.

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What to Expect at Your Pet Portrait Session- Step 2

edited collar on dog

Once you have tentatively reserved your session date and have returned your contract and retainer, you will receive a confirmation for your session. Now what?
First things are first. It is not time to be stressed out wondering if your dog will behave. I hopefully will have alleviated your fears during out zoom consultation. I will send you a session guide which provides you plenty of information regarding the session.

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4 local Dog Hikes in Syracuse

Clarks reservation state park view from the top

Situated between the Finger Lakes, the Adirondacks there are a numerous number of hiking trails you can take your dog too. But you don’t have to travel far from Syracuse to enjoy wonderful hikes. There are plenty of places right in Syracuse that will fit the bill. I decided to concentrate on 4 local dog hikes that are right in the heart of the Syracuse area for you and your dog to enjoy.

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Two Healthy and Tasty Treats for Your Dog

Dog's happy expectation of treat

We already had a heat wave and it is only June. I wonder what the dog days of summer will have in store for us? For our furry friends, that extra layer of fur will have them finding shady places to lay and relax. I decided to whip my dog a couple of healthy and tasty treats. One will help keep him cool, while the other is a nice little chew for anytime.

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Choosing a Golden Retriever In Syracuse

Ivan the Golden retriever

Golden Retriever ranks in the top 3 of dog breeds and their temperment tends to be friendly, intelligent and devoted which can make them great family dogs. They generally live about 10-12 years and can reach about 75 pounds. The coat can range from a creamy color to a deeper golden red.

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