52 weeks of Peanut Butter – part three

I shared one of April's 52 weeks photos in my last post so I only have three official pics in this round up. Butters is nearly 7mos now and still no sign of him stopping growing. He's overtaken Bruno but they're still the best of friends. He actually plays heaps with...

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Scout – Canberra Dog Photographer

It's hard to believe that this little firecracker was on death's door just two weeks before her shoot. While staying at her "grandparents" house she got into some rat bait and became incredibly ill. She spent several nights at the vet and underwent plasma...

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Antinol image library – Commercial Dog Photos

I was contacted by Antinol recently and asked to create an image library for them. They wanted authentic images that showed the bond between actual dogs who take the supplement and their owners. Not models. If you're not familiar with the product here's some info from...

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Adopt Me 02.19 – Rescue Dog Photos

It's high time I shared all these dogs and puppies that I did adoption photos for recently! Click on the first thumbnail to open the full image and then scroll though the gallery using your arrow keys or the arrow buttons on the left and right of the image....

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Autumn 2019 sessions – Canberra Dog Photos

I'm making my yearly trip to Canberra on the weekend after Anzac Day and I have one sunset and one sunrise session left (weather permitting). Do you want beautiful, colourful, images of your dog to display in your home? This is what one client said about her...

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Alfie the Cavoodle – Dog Photographer Sydney

Alfie's person was working at The Canine Collective when she first came across my work (which is on display there). I knew Alfie from seeing him in their social media posts because he'd regularly go there for daycare. When I was at the Dog Lovers Show she came to say...

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Fangirl moment: The Balanced Canine

I've known Sacha (in the know each other from a dog forum but never met kind of way) for over ten years. It wasn't until Bruno hurt his back while hooning around the garden that I became a client and fangirl of hers. He'd had two trips to the vet and been prescribed...

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Happy National Puppy Day 2019 – video

Happy National Puppy Day! This is one holiday I love to celebrate because it gives me an excuse to look at puppy photos for a whole morning. Here are some of the puppies I've photographed over the last 12 months. Feel free to say cuuuuuute and OHMYGOD a few too many...

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Adopt Me 01.19 – Rescue Dog Photography

After many many months of having a technical issue with a plugin that prevented me from being able to post galleries, it's finally fixed and I can share my adoption photos again, JOY! All of these lookers were rescued by Fetching Dogs. If you know anyone who's looking...

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about ruth

Based in Sydney, Ruth O’Leary, is one of Australia’s most sought after dog photographers. She takes colourful and emotive photographs of dogs in stunning locations. Since the launch of Ruthless Photos in 2008 her images have brought tears of joy to hundreds of loving pet owners across the globe.

If you’d like to find out more please contact Ruth today.

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