“Look deep into my baby blues, give me a scritch behind the ear, and I’ll follow you anywhere!”
“Psst, tear yourself away from the blue-eyed beauty above me, and look deep into MY soulful brown eyes. Ain’t I irresistible?”
“Sure, lil’ Border Collie above is irresistible, but looky me! Don’t my eyes melt your heart like butter on popcorn?”
“Sure, I love buttered popcorn Mr. Spaniel, but variety is the spice of life, right?”
“Eyeballs? What eyeballs? I see BUBBLES!”
The photos of the adorable pets featured today where taken by Connie, an exceptionally talented professional pet photographer at T & C Pet Photography Services. These cuties are available for adoption at Paws Humane in Columbus, GA.
Connie is committed to helping find homes for pets at local adoption shelters by taking pictures of the animals at her local shelter on a regular basis. No doubt about it, her efforts help these cuties find their forever families by showing them off in their best light!
Would you like to help the adoptable animals at your local shelter find forever families? Puppies Are Prozac is interested in pairing rescue organizations and animal shelters with professional photographers who are willing to donate their services to animals in need. Please email Jen at: jen(at)puppiesareprozac(dot)com for more details.
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Are you interested in taking pics of the puppy mill dogs we saved?
Absolutely, Angie. I’d be happy to pair you up with a local photographer. Please email me so we can work out the logistics.
I really love your border collie but my mom says i can’t get a dog any tips on how to get one i tried everything !!!
Thanks Please respond!
um and where is this dog because i live in Canada and maybe in the summer i can try haveing the dog and then my mom will say yes or no and then i would give it back to you i don’t know i you could do that so ya! Please tell me if you could do that and ……ya anyway love you dog and hope that can happen
Kris, I tried sending you a private email. This Border Collie puppy was available and posted here in April. He found a home. I would suggest asking your mom if you can try temporary foster care for your local animal shelter. This way, you can show her that you are willing and able to care for a dog properly. Perhaps you can find a Border Collie rescue organization and spend some time with the breed. I’ve had two Border Collies and they are wonderful dogs — but they require a TON of exercise and attention!