Enjoy retriever dog photos performing in a hunt test in the videos below.
I’m a little late to the party, but I finally put some of my favorites from last autumn’s Sand & Sage AKC hunt test to video. I photographed this event near Othello, WA over a beautiful autumn weekend. I am really looking forward to the next hunt test coming up in April of 2018.
If you are an owner or handler from this event looking for prints or digital downloads, visit the photo gallery here.
Here are dogs that competed in the Junior division.
And here are some favorites from the Masters division.
And last, but not least, enjoy the senior division here.
DOGS — Big one, little ones, pure bred, mixed breed, fat, skinny, fluffy, fast or slow. I haven’t met one I didn’t like yet. I have two of my own — a red heeler mix cattle dog and a mini-schnauzer. They make quite the pair. Not a day in my life goes by that they don’t brighten it up in one way or another. If you are a dog lover, I know that you know exactly what I mean by that.
Dogs are one of my favorite subjects to photograph. To learn more about my “petography” sessions, contact me with the form below for more information. Let’s take a walk in the park (or your back yard) and create some CRAZY BEAUTIFUL images of you and your BEST FRIEND for memories you will treasure for many years.
Here are some samples of my work for you to browse and enjoy.
I’m not as mean as I look.
Bah humbug! It’s cold out here.
Hold me furver!
Come home now, please?
Are you the one for me?
I’ll protect you.
Never leave me.
Can’t catch me!
Beautiful beyond my years.
Kissing in the park.
What a beautiful life.
I’m too sexy for my leash.
I’m not budging!
Let’s go for a hike!
I so excited, I just can’t stand it.
Somebody left the gate open. YAY!
See the beautiful day? Let’s go there.
You just made my day.
I thought I smelled a kitty cat.
Aren’t I just the cutest dog you’ve ever seen?
Come on in, the water’s great!
I’ll race you!
There’s my ball over there. YAY!
Are you a good guy or a bad guy?
Look into my eyes.
Don’t come any closer, or I’ll disappear through this doggy door faster than you can say the treat word.