Limited Edition Sessions
Limited Edition Sessions take place throughout the year and offer a selection of seasonal themes to create gorgeous portraits of your dog time after time.
These time limited sessions are available on selected dates only and support good causes, with 10% of all bookings and product orders going to my chosen charity, which is voted for by my social media followers each year.
For 2021, I'll be supporting Medical Detection Dogs, who train dogs to detect the odour of disease and provide support dogs to people with specific medical conditions
What's coming up next.....
6th July - Lavender Field Sessions
29th, 30th, 31st July - Me & My Dog Sessions
28th, 29th, 30th September - Autumn Woodland Sessions
28th, 29th, 30th October - Autumn Woodland Sessions
The Limited Edition Sessions
Capturing beautiful portraits of your dog in the stunning purples of the lavender fields - a once a year experience!
Me & My Dog
These sessions are all about the bond between you and your dog! Taking place 3-4 times per year at a local country park, and designed to capture beautiful portraits celebrating the adventures you share together
Seasonal themed photo shoots take place on set dates throughout the year and may include bluebells, sunflowers, poppy fields, autumn colours and woodland sessions.
Studio Style Taster
Studio Style Taster Sessions take place 2-3 times a year and may include a seasonal studio set up such as Valentines or Festive themed set up
Festive Hound Sessions take place at a local Christmas Tree Farm on limited dates in early November. Ideal for capturing your Christmas card image!
MY GUARANTEE TO YOU!
A short, time-limited photo shoot may not be right for every dog. If you book a Limited Edition Session and on the day your dog doesn't react well, to the extent that I am unable to take any photos of him, I'll credit your booking fee towards a full Pawfect Moments Experience - so there really is nothing to lose!
ABOUT MEDICAL DETECTION DOGS
Medical Detection Dogs trains dogs to detect the odour of disease. The charity has two different fields of work: Bio-detection Dogs, which are trained to detect the odour of diseases (e.g. cancer) in samples such as urine, breath and swabs; and Medical Assistance Dogs, which are trained to detect minute changes in a person's odour triggered by their disease, such as diabetes, severe nut allergy or PoTS.
Medical Detection Dogs have recently begun research into training dogs to detect Covid-19 as part of the effort to overcome this pandemic currently affecting our society.