Because They're Only Puppies for a Short Time
That boop-able nose. Those endearing puppy eyes filled with exuberance and curiosity. That extra floofy fur. They won't be puppies forever. The majority of puppies grow the most between six to 18 months of age, and before you realize, those short-lived puppy years will have slipped away. What will you have to remember them by?
Puppy Love Sessions are priced at $550 for a series of two sessions, which are designed specifically to capture the playfulness, energy, and adorableness of your puppy over two seasons, from ages three months to one year. Plus, your entire Puppy Love Sessions retainer converts directly to a product credit at the conclusion of your session series so you can remember those precious puppy days as signature wall art, heirloom folio boxes, or a fine art album--a Puppy Love Session favorite!
Puppy Love Sessions are perfect for puppy [gender] reveals, first birthday puppy cake smash portraits, welcoming home your new four-legged family member, and documenting the growth of your puppy over a full year!
Are you worried your puppy is too young or won't behave? So did these puppy parents...but guess what?!
"Jessica made our pet photography experience a breeze. Bodie is still very much a puppy and everything to him is very exciting. We were worried that Jessica would have her hands full with him. Our minds were put at ease at the first shot. She had great noisemakers that our curious Bodie couldn't resist. He sat well for the photos and those noisemakers made a head tilt that no one could resist. Jessica perfectly captured his kind eyes and curious spirit. Thank you!"
Bodie's mom Elizabeth
"I love that you try to get the photos based on each pet's personality. You let the pet lead the session and are able to get the best shots! I love how flexible you are--and quick. Sam didn’t sit still very long or always look where we wanted him to, but you were able to capture his true personality."
Sam's mom Allie
"I think your attitude put us all to ease instantly! [You] made us feel relieved that Uschi was easy to work with when I feared the opposite."
Uschi's mom Abby