Where a picture’s worth a thousand woofs!

Izzie June 5, 2008

Filed under: Havanese — photohound @ 12:41 pm

Izzie (Isabelle) is a wonderfully delightful Havanese whom I had the pleasure of spending a morning with. She is soft and snuggly and oh so sweet as pie. A camera-shy streak in the beginning gave way to the natural model that she is (she has a few show ribbons under her belt) and I enjoyed watching her come out of her shell.

I adore the white-gray puff that sits on top of her head and the rare moments that her eyes peek through. She is a fun-loving and free spirit who enjoys a good crazy dog run, her trademark butt dance and collapsing for a belly rub.

Thank you Izzie for bringing the character that brightened my day! 🙂


Hans May 5, 2008

Filed under: Havanese — photohound @ 10:37 pm

Once upon a couple years ago I photographed a lovely Havanese puppy named Walker. He was adorable. My client’s Mom thought so too and, to Walker, the connection was mutual. A vacation and dog sitting later he was Grandma’s dog. Some are just meant to be together. It was because of this that I met Hans, the new puppy of my client, who has taken the warm spot of Walker (although they all get together as a family still and very often).

Hans, 8 months old, is just as adorable. He loves meat treats. He often gets ignited with bursts of energy and does the crazy dog run around the yard- I LOVE that- his hair flying in all directions while catching every stray leave, bug and twig in his unexplainable ecstasy.

I’m going to start doing that at completely random moments during quiet afternoons at my house, just to see how fun it is. My dogs, I’m sure will lift an eyebrow and mutter under their breath, yet again, that I’ve lost it…and then my boxer will have to try it ’cause he can’t resist crazy.

Anyway….Hans also enjoys playing with empty water bottles and tearing up gossip magazines (the light was too low during this activity so you’ll have to take my word for it that it was super cute and highly amusing to watch.)  Thanks Hans!  😉