My Top 10 favourite images from this years Christmas Sessions….

So far this year a massive 55 dogs have turned up for our Christmas Mini Sessions – and Oh what fun we’ve had!

It’s so hard to narrow it down to just 10 favourites…..but in no particular order, I’m sharing a few of my most well behaved models with you ….

Santa Paws AKA Alfie…this boy was sooo good he features twice!

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Milo – who can resist this adorable head tilt?

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Boo – impeccably well-behaved and beautiful in equal measures

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Tilly –  this stunning rescue girl has such a gentle smile

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Seymour is an older gentlemen, who was only re-homed this year when his previous owner died

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Alfie’s 2nd appearance in my Top 10 – who doesn’t love a chocolate lab?

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Jenson …a giant hunk of love right there!

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Banshee, Sway, Rogue, Duncan, Bella and Donut – possibly the best trained dogs in Bedfordshire?

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Milo – another handsome boy – all dressed up for the occasion

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Sammy – last but not least….our very own rescue dog!

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Have you got a favourite?

If you haven’t managed to book in for a session with me this year, here are a few tips to get the best out of your own photos at home.

Firstly, try to avoid distracting backgrounds or too much clutter around your dog.  Your dog is THE most important thing in your photo – so make sure all the focus is on them!

Secondly, do your best to get your dog looking straight at the camera.  Not always the easiest thing to do – but using their favourite treats can really help to get their attention!

Finally, and perhaps the most important thing – consider the light.  If you’re photographing your dog inside – make the best use of the light you have available, if possible use light from a nearby window.

Once you’ve got your festive photo of your best friend, what to do with it?

These days there are endless ways of using your photos – whether it is sharing on social media, or printing on a variety of products such as cushion covers, t-shirts, keyrings, mugs or mobile phone cases. Why not make your own personalised Christmas Cards featuring your four-legged friend?

Here are some of the very reasonably priced companies offering personalised printed products this Christmas:

If you want to book a 1:1 session with me please contact me on or call me on 07967 676131