I first came across Daisy when she was in Ninja’s puppy school group. It was during lockdown so we didn’t actually meet until after restrictions were lifted. Ninja had shown some antisocial tendencies with other puppies so I reached out to Daisy’s person to see if she wanted to go for a stroll. Daisy was a little unsure of the world so it was good for both puppies to just exist in the same space without any rumbling.

We had intentions to catch up again but that hasn’t happened yet. The good news is both her and Ninja have grown into nice dogs, thankfully!

Daisy came in for a studio session recently. I was warned it would take her a while to warm up, and they weren’t wrong, but once she got the hang of things she killed it! Her people regretted not having their previous dog professionally photographed and weren’t going to make the same mistake with Daisy, so they got the full digital collection and a framed print for the wall.

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