A better late than never blog... Enviromental Portraits of Olde Tyme Bulldogs & Puppies!

April 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

I had to work late August Bank Holiday 2016... But it wasn't so bad! I love my photo shoots with Jane at Croft Farm Stud. They are always hectic and full of puppy cuddles! I went to take dog portraits of her gorgeous Old Tyme Bulldogs and her first litter of puppies for her new business Sander Bullies.

For those who might be curious, hear is a little bit about the breed;

"Old Tyme Bulldogs are a medium size, intelligent breed that are easy to train. These charming bulldogs are relatively new to the dog scene, and were developed to recreate the type of bulldog that existed two hundred years ago when these dogs were taller, had longer muzzles with smaller heads and necks that were more in proportion to the rest of their bodies.

The Olde Tyme Bulldog is known to be an extremely calm dog and one that is both loyal and brave. They form extremely strong ties with their owners. They are not a high energy dog, but they still need the right amount of exercise every day. Old Tyme Bulldogs boast having short, close lying coats and as such they are low maintenance on the grooming front."

 

Jane usually chooses to have her  dog photo shoots done in my studio but this time, as the weather had been behaving, and the light had been constantly beautiful we decided to shoot on her garden, where the dogs and puppies are at home, confident and comfortable.

Below are just a few dog portraits of her puppies, one slightly older puppy and an adult bitch.

If you would like to learn more about these loving and loyal dogs, please see Jane's website by clicking HERE where you will also find Jane's contact details.

I cannot stress enough how important good photographs are when you are advertising pets for sale. It not only shows professionalism, but can really make you stand out from the crowd. If you have a litter of puppies you would like me to photograph, please get in touch for a quote, you'll be surprised how much difference it makes!

 

 

 

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