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Get EXCITED for your dog walks again ... Tips from a dog mom!


Choose a new route .. We get set in a quick routine but that can get quite boring. Simply change up the route or location of your walk, you and your pup will have all kinds of new sights and smells to check out!      2.  Practice a new trick .. Use this time to introduce a new trick to practice each day while on your walk. It breaks up the monotony of a regular walk and introduces a new element to the day. Don’t forget the high reward treats too!
     3.  Bring a friend along .. Invite a buddy to go walking with you. This will excite your pup for the walk and give you an opportunity to engage with another human too! It’s a great idea to break it up and invite friends some days but not others. Keep your pup guessing and excited for new adventures each day. They never know what to expect .. except a GOOD TIME!
    4.  Take some pictures to share your experience with friends. We love seeing what you are doing and where! Yet an…

Shooting tips from an amateur dog mom photographer

You see those photos you just can’t stop looking at. It’s clear, creative, fun and evokes emotion. For me that is what a good photo will do to your soul. So how do you get those shots?
In short lots of practice and patience. I know that is not what you wanted to hear, but it is the ugly truth. You are only going to improve your skill with practice, practice, practice!
Now for a few good tips I use when shooting Diorabelle:

1. Always start with a good happy attitude, your pet will feed off your energy.
Making a positive connection with the camera will yield better results.

2. Introduce your pet to the camera slowly. It is a big foreign object you are shoving directly in their face and it might even make noises and flash at them. How scary?!
Treats are you best friend, make sure they are high value treats (we use bacon 🥓).
Always let them explore the camera before you take your first shot, and make sure to give praise and treats for everything.

3. Remember your focus is the pet, and e…