1. Booking and consultations

We will get together at our home studio or online, talk over ideas for your photo session and importantly, give your dog chance to meet us and our equipment. There will be coffee/tea and cake (we love coffee and cake!) You will also get to see all the different products we have in our range.

2. Photography session

We will meet at the agreed location and create some stunning images of your dog during the photo session. Don't worry if your dog is a little nervous at the beginning. We will give him enough time to relax and enjoy the session. We promise there will be a lot of fun for all of you!

3. Viewing and ordering session

We will meet again at our home studio around three weeks after the photoshoot. Your images will have been professionally edited by us and ready for you to choose from. We will give you as much time as you need to choose your photos. Get ready for another cuppa and more cake! Once you know which images you want, you can order yourself a beautiful print or wall art. You will also get a link to a secure downloadable online gallery with your selected images.

4. Delivery

It will take up to 3 weeks for your finished artwork to arrive at our studio. You choose collection or free delivery (depending on location) and then simply enjoy your stunning photos on display in your home.


The outdoor session is tailored to your dog’s unique personality and needs.
We offer transparent collections so you know right away what is involved in your experience.

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Especially for puppies
3 mini sessions spread over the first year of life
10 digital images after every session
Final artwork

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We offer a range of premium artwork. All our Wall Art are handmade in a professional photo lab, which uses archival inks and papers that will last a lifetime. All our canvas products are printed on museum-grade canvases which are certified for 100+ years.
Book a free consultation with us to see the quality of the prints and wall arts that we offer.

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