I know some of my clients worry leading up to their session that their dog won’t holding still or behave. Berkley is here to tell you to let that stress go! The purpose of your session is to capture the true essence of your pet, uninhibited. So bring on the silliness! Personalities welcome.
This little spitfire is a German Shorthair Pointer puppy named Berkley. She clocked in at about 5ms of age at the time of her puppy session earlier this Summer.
Berkley had so much energy and was extra excited for her photo session! It was her first modeling adventure, after all, and there is nothing Berkley loves more than an adventure.
I met Brooke, Cody and Berkley at Green Lake Park during the beautiful Golden Hour, where Berkley had lots of room be her silly self.
Some of Berkley’s favorite things to do include swimming for water logged sticks, running at Marymoor Park, birds of all kinds, and playing with her older cousin Georgia, who is also a German Shorthaired Pointer. Oh, and digging at sandy beaches!
Here is what Berkley’s mom and dad had to say about this special girl:
“Berkley thinks she’s a human. She sleeps in our bed on her back with her paws up in the air. Then she wakes us up in the morning like a little kid on Christmas, no matter the day/weather/month. She lives every day to the fullest, assuming that each day is a new adventure even if it is spent just hanging out at home with her humans. She is the happiest pup, always smothering us with snuggles and wet kisses every chance she gets. And at the end of the day she is so wiped out she often has to be carried upstairs, just to wake up and do it all over again. We are truly lucky to call her ours, love her more and more each day!”
Be a good girl, Berkley! Or at least, don’t let anyone catch you red pawed. I can’t wait to see how big you grow!