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Unveiling the Significance of International Dog Day: Honouring Our Canine Companions - Special Sale!


Beautiful cavapoo standing next to a running stream in a green spring forest during his pet photoshoot at Swithland woods.

As the world comes together to celebrate International Dog Day, it's more than just a day filled with adorable pictures of our furry friends flooding our social media feeds. This special day holds a deeper meaning – one that recognizes and honours the incredible bond between humans and dogs.

A Day of Appreciation International Dog Day, observed annually on August 26th, is a day dedicated to appreciating and acknowledging the invaluable role that dogs play in our lives. Whether it's a K9 member of the police force or military, a trusty guide dog or service dog, or purely just a pet and best friend, It's a moment to pause and reflect on the companionship, loyalty, and unconditional love that these four-legged wonders bring to our existence.

Raising Awareness Beyond the heart-warming photos and heart-tugging videos, International Dog Day also serves as a platform to raise awareness about the challenges that many dogs face around the world. From promoting adoption and responsible pet ownership to advocating for the well-being of all dogs, this day sheds light on both the joyous and concerning aspects of the canine-human relationship.


A dog standing next to a child, both facing away from the camera with a church in the background during their photoshoot.

A Connection Beyond Words What sets dogs apart is their remarkable ability to connect with humans on a profound level, transcending language barriers. Their empathetic nature allows them to sense our emotions, offering comfort in times of sorrow and sharing in our moments of joy. Through thick and thin, they stand by our side, embodying the true essence of friendship and loyalty.

How to Celebrate International Dog Day encourages us to celebrate in various ways:

  1. Adopt, Don't Shop: If you're considering bringing a furry friend into your life, consider adopting from a shelter or rescue organization. There are countless dogs in need of loving homes.

  2. Volunteer: Spend time volunteering at local animal shelters or dog-related events. Your presence can make a significant impact on the lives of these animals.

  3. Donate: Contribute to organizations dedicated to improving the lives of dogs. Your donations can help provide medical care, food, and shelter for dogs in need.

  4. Share Stories: Use social media to share stories of the dogs that have touched your life. Your experiences can inspire others to cherish their own canine companions. Or even adopt one for themselves!

  5. Quality Time: Spend quality time with your own dog. Take them for an extra-long walk, indulge in a play session, or simply cuddle up on the couch together.


A couple sitting with their elderly collie dog on their knee in their pet photoshoot at bradgate park.

International Dog Day Sale!

International Dog Day is way more than just a day on the calendar. It's a reminder of the unconditional love that dogs bring into our lives, the lessons of loyalty and companionship they teach us. In honour of these amazing 4 legged furballs, I'm giving you 25% off Gold and Silver packages until August 31st 2023!


The Silver package includes the shoot plus 3 fully edited high-res digital images - £56.25 down from £75. Gold includes the shoot plus 6 fully edited high-res digital images - £93.75 down from £125. Extra digitals are normally available to purchase separately should you wish. Wall art and folios are also available, ask for a quote.


Your dog doesn't need to be an angel to be the star of their photoshoot either, if they need to be kept on a lead I can edit that out! If they're a bit of a wiggle bum, no problem, let me know, I have a few tricks up my sleeve (and you can always bring a friend to help!) If you want a shoot, message me direct to get booked in. Full payment must be made when you book to secure your spot, and shoots must be taken before Oct 31st 2023. If you've always wanted a photoshoot for your dog and never got round to it, this is your chance! Book now, spaces are limited! Don't forget, drop me a message these prices are not available via the website!




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