Pet Photographers

What’s better than creating precious memories of your dog by having a pet photographer come over and photograph him or her? Well, of course…creating precious memories of your pets by hiring a highly-skilled, dog-loving, pet photographer who supports animal rescue organizations! Happy Tails Books is grateful to the following wonderful pet photographers we’ve met along the way, whose photography work is truly outstanding. These photographers have selflessly provided us with photos for the front and back covers of our books. Many of them give their time to rescue organizations free of charge to help needy animals have the best chance for a successful adoption.

State Name Website
Tiffany Hughes Wind Wolf Photography
Susan Richey-Schmitz A Dog’s Life Photography
Pam MarksPaw Prince Studios Paw Prince Studios
Jaime RoweJaime Rowe Photography Jaime Rowe Photography
Barb SubiaJaime Rowe Photography Kreativ Pixels Photography
Emilee FussEmilee Fuss Emilee Fuss Photography
Susan LeySusan Ley Susan Ley Photography
Stephanie SmithPawsitively Pictures Pawsitively Pictures
Lisa ByrdLisa Byrd Lisa Byrd Photography
Mark CraigMark Craig Mark Craig Photography
Jerry RannJerry Rann JR Photographic
Nicole DerrNMD Photography NMD Photography
Karen TaylorPaws in the Garden Paws in the Garden
Jennifer HagueFix Your Images FixYourImages Photography
Morgan MillerCornerstone Photography Cornerstone Photography
April TurnerUturn Studios Uturn Studios
Abbie CookeChariot Creative Chariot Creative
Ashley JohnsonLove Mutt Photography Love Mutt Photography
Danielle NicoleDanielle Wiley Danielle Nicole Pet Photography
Michael WittMichael Witt Photography Michael Witt Photography
April ZieglerApril Ziegler Photography April Ziegler Photography
Kelly DunnJust Imagine, Inc. Just Imagine, Inc.
Mark NardecchiaShagly Photography Shagly Photography
Courtney PoCourtney Po Photography Courtney Po Photography
Lani Doely Lani Doely Photography
Carolyn SchneiderStanding Stones Photography Standing Stones Photography

Foster Parents

If you are a foster family for needy dogs, it’s worth the time to learn about how to take better pet pictures. After all, pictures make the difference between whether someone falls in love with you foster dog or simply passes him or her by. Give your dog the best chance possible for adoption by taking photos that show off his/her personality. Here are some resources that are worth checking out: