Everyone’s mind is on turkey and dressing this week, but another holiday is coming up right behind it. Just dropping a hinty hint that there may be some last minute holiday mini sessions being planned, by special request. So keep your ears peeled….. Meanwhile, the love bug in the photo above has been ADOPTED!! Woop, woop. This sweet gentle dog, rescued from a neglectful puppy mill situation, was fortunate enough to have a loving family overlook his poor eyesight and choose him. Could not be happier over that news.⠀

 

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If Tia’s ears seem to be her most noticeable feature, it may be so she can hear you call her and come running.  With just a few licks and nuzzles she can make it all better!  Tia is a 30 lb Schnauzer and Wire Haired Terrie mix, about 10 months old, very affectionate, and gets along with other dogs as well as children.  She will definitely be someone’s cuddle bug, but as a young dog she also has enough energy to be active.  She is available for adoption through Orphan Annie Rescue.

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Amidst everything going on this time of year, it also happens to be Canine Cancer Awareness month. The Joy Raising Campaign is an initiative by pet photographers all over to raise awareness and funds for research to treat and cure this disease. We are participating by offering a special portrait event on November 5th with a portion of the proceeds donated to Morris Animal Foundation. If you’d like to support this cause and get a fantastic portrait of your pet in the process, check out the link for more details.

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Joy Raising Campaign – Mini Portrait Event

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There’s cute, and then there’s CUTE.   All cap, bold, epic level of ridiculous cuteness.  You can guess which level these pupsters fall into.  Tate and Tyson have a lot of love to give and are just looking for a home.  These babies were born shortly after their mom was rescued from a puppy mill situation.  They are healthy and have been raised by the fantastic volunteers at Orphan Annie Rescue and are now available for adoption.  Both are boys–the mom is a Schnauzer/Pomeranian mix, unknown on the daddy dog.  I’m referring to them as SchnauzerPoms…..has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?

To find out more about them email info@orphanannierescue.org or visit the site at http://www.orphanannierescue.org/

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