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  • Why We’re Different

    My philosophy in photographing dogs is simple: let the dog be a dog.
    We don't use props, gimmicks or pet clothing. We don't force reactions, expressions or poses. We don't try to trick your dog; we earn your dog's trust with patience and love.
    In short, we treat your dog as he or she might ask to be treated: as a loved and unique animal, and as a cherished part of your family.
    The images we create for you showcase your dog's true personality; in his favorite settings, surrounded by his favorite people, doing the things he loves to do.
    We'd love to hear your dog's story. , include a photo if you can, and let's see how together, we can capture the true spirit of your beloved friend.

#Walk with Peggy 2016 is a Photo Finish!

Ok, it’s not a race, but it’s the best walk of the season, and hundreds of dogs and their owners gathered at #downtownatthegardens recently for the 15th Walk with Peggy, produced by the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League.
Here’s a fuller album of photos than on our Facebook page. Please Subscribe to our site, “share” the FB album, and keep walkin! Woof!

#Homefortheholidays2015 with Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League — Local Volunteers Deliver Pets on Christmas Morning

Christmas is great. Getting a pet is wonderful. But putting the two events together is just THE BEST!
Here are some behind the scene photos of what it takes for dozens of elves and one patient Santa to deliver several cats and one lucky dog to local adopting families this Christmas morning.
Congratulations to all who help this morning be a very special one for dozens of animals and their new owners!

Doggy Paddling — Sunset Puppy Social at Harbourside Place, Jupiter

Our first event at Harbourside Place in Jupiter was something new — paddleboarding with puppies! Blueline Surf & Paddle Co. and Harbourside’s own Pucci & Catana brought together paddleboarding, dogs, and a wine & cheese social recently, benefiting Big Dog Ranch Rescue. Gearing up first at Blueline, about a dozen families and their poochies em”bark”ed from Guanabana’s Restaurant, to trek about 1/2 mile through the Intracoastal Waterway to dock at Harbourside. Everyone joined for refreshments and camaraderie at Pucci & Catana, where several dogs from Big Dog Ranch Rescue greeted all with a sniff and a slurp. Lucky folks attending enjoyed slurping on complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres before paddling back into the sunset. It’s a Dogslife!

Life’s a Beach — Beach Photo Session @ Jupiter Beach Dog Beach

Dogs love the beach — and so do their owners. Those in the know, know that the Jupiter Beach Dog Park at Marcinski Park just north of the Juno Pier, offers dogs a chance to play in the sand, get their paws (and more) wet, and most importantly, keep cool during the summer.

Here’s a recent photo session we did at the beach featuring a boxer, a hound/lab mix and a corgie — three doggy friends that no matter their age or breed, love their doggy beach playdates!

The Jupiter Dog Beach is also a great place for doggy beach pictures. Plenty of blue skies, open areas for those doggy action shots, and a great place for doggy beach portraits. It’s one of the only stretches of beach in Palm Beach County that allows dogs. So bring a doggy bag (you can’t just bury the poo), plenty of water, and a towel. The Jupiter dog beach also has doggy showers to rinse sandy paws and feet.It’s a great way for dogs to keep cool during these “dog days” of summer, especially if you live in Palm Beach Gardens, Juno, North Palm Beach, Jupiter or are just visiting. To be a part of this local treasure (and meet some great people who love dogs and the beach) learn more at Friends of Jupiter Beach. They’ve even got a great dog beach fundraiser coming up October 24, at Abacoa Town Center — Barks and Beaches. Here’s to keeping your dog cool and exercised during summer. See ya at the beach. It’s a Dogslife!