This is my second attempt at writing this blog post so hopefully it’s just as witty and well written as the first version. (The first version wasn’t all that witty and well written, but let’s humour me, it’s been a long week.) So, a few weeks ago I decided to get some work done on my websites. Tails of Sydney will be ready to buy soon so I need the online store to be fully functioning. To cut a long story short, I had to get my websites migrated to a different hosting company and it turned into a living nightmare that caused much stress and sleepless nights. I couldn’t do any blog posts during that time so I’ve been stockpiling them. I’m finally able to start sharing some work with you on here again (at least I thought I was until the aforementioned witty blog post draft disappeared overnight) and what better way to do that than with puppies. Lots and lots of Vizsla puppies.

I first did litter photos for Metropolis Vizslas back in 2012. She hasn’t bred any puppies since then so she must have been delighted (and somewhat terrified) when two bitches became pregnant within weeks of each other. Luckily for me some older puppies had already gone to their new homes when we had this photoshoot because twelve puppies in two hours was a fairly mammoth task as it was. We had an efficient production line with puppies being put in a wheelbarrow and on a box and I managed to get photos of everyone just before more new parents arrived.

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Today is World Smile Day, if you want to play your part you can share this with friends because puppies make everyone happy!

If you’ve got a puppy joining your family soon drop me a line and I’ll send you details of my puppy package – three sessions in the first year to record those important life stages that will be distant memories in the blink of an eye.

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