What's white, fluffy, makes you want to snuggle on the sofa, and makes you squeal with joy......
....... well, I guess a couple things come to mind... but in this case I mean this adorable little puppy that I had the distinct pleasure of photographing.
Seriously, did you squeal? ha.
I mean, look at that face.
Sophie is a Coton de Tulear puppy. This was my first time meeting this breed and she sure was well behaved! And while this is Vanessa and Gregg's first puppy together, their friends were sure to get them started on the right foot! ha.
Sophie had the royal treatment at the spa before I arrived and you wouldn't believe just how soft, fluffy and great smelling she was! Oooooh la la!
From her nose right down to her little toes, Sophie is ADORABLE.
What do you think Sophie, after all this lounging around, why don't we head to the park and stretch those little legs?
Look at that little munchkin fly! Who needs to put their paws on the ground!!!!? ha.
I think this was my favorite from the outdoor shots! It was really windy but that didn't stop Sophie!
It was also right around this time that I was caught in a very vulnerable position.... as I was lying on my stomach two Pits came running up and stuck their snouts between me and my camera. While most of you won't know this, I'm very hesitant around new dogs... and well, this was more than I was prepared for. Luckily they were friendly enough, but it took more than a little coaxing for them to depart. Funnily enough, a similar thing happened two weeks later while on another session another dog came up and greeted me in the face... But don't you worry nothing will stop me from lying on the ground to get the shot... and I mean nothing (I'm not sure how I left this session at the dog park without poo on me... but I was clean! ha ha ha).
Okay, I couldn't resist posting this photo. It was so windy and with Sophie's fresh grooming, when the wind hit her right, she was about 3 times bigger than she really is... ha ha ha... oh Sophie!
the end. ha ha ha.
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