Not so long ago I was excited to be asked by Charlie Pallet (AKA The Rutland Blogger) to photographer her two Pugs Arla and Otis.
If like me you assume that Pugs are lap dogs, who will just sit and snuggle up with you and be all relaxed and chilled out…… well you need to think again. I couldn’t believe my eyes !! Arla and Otis were doing Zoomies constantly for about an hour, these Pugs have some speed guys!
Arla and Otis’s session took place in the beautiful countryside of Harringworth, near the Welland Vidauct to be exact. Arla and Otis were superstars when it came to posing and we even managed to sneak in a few with their Daddy Tom as well.
It was an absolute pleasure to photograph these two beautiful pugs and I was delighted to receive this lovely feedback from Charlie following the session.
I had to rewrite this review because Amanda needs more recognition for her work than in my original review. It’s so special to find someone so lovely who really has captured the personality of my two pugs, Arla and Otis who also loves animals. Amanda is a calm and truly wonderful person with an incredible eye for the perfect shot. She’s allowed me to have a collection of images I will treasure for many, many years to come. It was a pleasure to spend the morning with her and the photographs we’ve received are out of this world. Thank you so, so much! I cannot recommend Rutland Pet Photography enough.
Here are some of the highlights from their session
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