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Thursday, March 12, 2015

Delgado has a story to tell. He ended up in the New Mexico Shelter in Valencia with a broken leg.  We don't know why his leg was broken, it could be a number of different things but what matters most is that he was saved by Rescue Rovers, a non-profit rescue that found his picture posted from the shelter and found a foster to take him in and nurse him back to health.

When he came to his foster, he was shedding profusely, more than a heavy shedding dog.  Along with malnutrition he was skinny for just a 12 week old pup, his hip bones were noticeable.  His foster LOVED him, fed him and held him most of the time.  He had an appointment to get his leg checked out, the whole office fell in love with Delgado, he has a way of capturing the heart!  It was very sad for his foster mom to hear the news that Delgado's leg couldn't be saved and needed to be amputated.  She held a brave face as she said goodbye to Delgado, he was staying overnight to have his surgery done.  As soon as she got into the car, she broke down and grieved Delgado's leg.  She had to break the news to her family, and her daughter got dust in her eyes too....too much dust.

The next day was time for Delgado to come home, he had his surgery and he was keeping everyone at the vet office entertained.  Delgado's foster mom came to pick him up and was happy to see how happy he was.  He had no care in the world, he didn't notice his leg was gone.  He hopped around bringing smiles to everyone.  His foster mom took him to the car and before she put him in his crate just hugged him for a few minutes with tears in her eyes.  All his foster mom could think was, if you had your leg amputated wouldn't you want someone to care and hold you???  WELL, that's what she did...her and her daughter just held him the rest of the day and gave him lots of love.

It's been a week and two days since Delgado had his surgery.  He has one more vet appointment to get his staples out next Tuesday and then he can be adopted and go to his new home.  His foster mom wanted to keep him, but the city only allows her to have two dogs, and she is at her limit.  So he is amazing enough that even his foster mom wants to keep him!! 

Here is Delgado's Bio:

  This is Delgado. He is a 13 week old brindle shepherd mix and is about 15 lbs. He came to Rescue Rovers with a broken leg, the shelter doesn't know how it came to be that way. Delgado didn't get to us quick enough to save his leg, so he had to have it amputated. But Delgado doesn't mind! He has the best personality to deal with something like this, he is easy going, playful with a hint of mellow. He learned to be crate trained in just TWO days, so he is really smart! He is working on potty training and is doing well. He also learned the command "sit" and "down" in just a day!!! If you meet Delgado he will capture your heart and you will forget that he has only three legs! 

Rescue Rover fosters donate their time, their money for dogfood, toys, blankets, beds, and dog treats to save animals that are in the shelters before they get Euthanized.  Rescue Rovers has adoption fees that go to the vet bills for dogs that have amputations, broken legs, meds, health problems, and surgeries, transports to pick up dogs.  You can donate HERE

Sneak Peek of a Children Session....

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

This cute little girl wanted to cheese it up and the photo session I had with her and her she isn't just a girl to me, my brother married this little girl's Aunt AND this is one of my good friend's daughters!!! More to come soon!

Happy Easter

Sunday, April 20, 2014

I have joined a volunteer group called Rescue Rovers where I have fostered a few puppy litters, attend adoption events or just even donate my photography talent. This puppy pictured is Wag, he is a 7 week heeler puppy that is available for adoptions!!!  He is such a sweetheart, a perfect balance of playful and mellow.  He will be a great member of your family.  If you are interested in meeting Wag, you can apply at

Many people ask if I get paid to do this, and the answer is No, I pay for the dog food, the dog toys, dishes, bedding and anything else that they are in need of.

 Rescue Rovers is a non-profit group that saves the lives of dogs that are suppose to be killed.  Their adoption fees go to spay/neuter, microchip and immunizations of the dogs.

Have a Happy Easter!!!!

What are little girls made of...

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

This lovely family found me through Rescue Rovers Dog adoptions that I volunteer at!  They had their first baby and I had the best time snapping these shots of such a gorgeous little girl! They definitely have the recipe for 'Sugar n' Spice'!!!

Her cousin came too!!

And her new Best Friend....

Sneak peek.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Newborn Sneak Peek.

Friday, March 7, 2014

My little nephew, he's two months old, and I am finally traveling to his family to meet him!!!  He is such a love and such a good little model!  Here he is with his little side kick!  More to come soon!


Friday, February 21, 2014

E's Kids.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

These darling girls are my cousin's children.  They have got to be the sweetest and cutest little things ever!  I love that I have had the chance to take all of their newborn pictures.  I am sure "E" has seen me improve each year ;)  Introducing their new little one!

"W" Family

Even more so now that I have seen, heard, and loved people who have gone through so much, Life is so precious to me, my friendships are so dear to me, and my clients matter to me.  I have always LOVED photographing this family, we missed a few years because of life, BUT I was so happy to see them again and this time with a NEW FACE!  What an amazing family!  I love my clients and most of them I can call FRIENDS!

From last year's fall session

Every time I do a photo session with these kids they are so respectful and really so easy to photograph.  Their mommy must be so proud of them!  I took these from my fall sessions last year, I will post a bunch from then!

Sneak Peek of "J" family

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

More to come soon!