If you bought a copy of my Tails of Sydney book you might remember a little Pug puppy called Prudence Flower … allow me to jog your memory …
two fawn pugs adult and puppy standing on a table outside a vintage shop
fawn pug puppy lying on inner west doorstep with head tilt
She’s all grown up now and will be gracing the pages of my second charity fundraiser book, #SquishyFaceCrew, when it’s released in late 2018.
fawn pug standing on rock in front of blue sky looking worried
fawn pug with very worried expression
If you can’t get frinkles and a head tilt out of a Pug you’re doing something wrong! Prudence was a little unsure of the light but even though this girl is a tiny little dog (just 6kgs) she’s very brave. She was striking fierce poses for me in no time.
fawn pug standing proud on rocks under wooden bridge at la perouse
little pug standing in rock pool with sun behind her off camera flash
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When she’s not staring at people with food Prudence is actually a bit of an athlete (well, her Dad is one so it was probably fate). The weekend after her session this speed demon was heading down to Canberra for the Taste of Braddon Pug races. Unfortunately they missed registration but she’s still a winner in our eyes.
flying pug mid air running
This is her “those treats are too far away from my mouth” face.
cranky pug lying on bench with funny face
Her owner chose a collection that included the framed wall art shown below, an album (which I’ll share on my Instagram soon) and the digital files. I hear Prudence can now add “face of a giant jigsaw puzzle” to her list of accolades!
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If you own a squishy faced dog and would like to combine getting your dog professionally photographed with donating money to rescue then please click the button below, I’d love to hear from you.
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