Now I offer a Bridge session -- it's $150 for a photo shoot for terminally ill pets that includes a 5x7 print and digital file. But a friend and I were talking about senior pets, especially senior dogs. Now don't they deserve something in honor of their long years of love and devotion?
That's why I created the Old Dogs Rule session. It was actually named after the hashtag used by San Francisco dog trainer Dianne Morey about her old dog Woody. Woody died this summer making it to old doghood. Dianne wrote a beautiful blog post about Woody's passing and how she lamented not having photographs taken of her AND Woody. She had hundreds of photos of Woody but none of the two of them together. Here, you can read it yourself -- "Do Overs."
If you want, I want you to have a picture of you and your old dogs. I'm not writing a book or doing a special project, I just want to make sure you have a picture of you and your old dog, if you want one, and I want to give it to you at a price that's hard to say no to. You can say no. But wouldn't you rather have a picture of your senior dog? And hey, yes, senior cats, too. My own beloved cat is 14 now and I lost two senior cats this summer. It's just honestly I don't get too many calls for cat photo shoots although I love 'em like all get out.
That's it. No preaching, no hard sell. But if you're dog or cat is 12 or over and you want a photo shoot, call me at 818.481.5214. I'm Diana Lundin, I'm a Los Angeles pet photographer.