“Being able to stop time and capture the beauty of your “everyday” with your pet is magical and what I love to do.” ~Angie Rose
My first puppy, Missy, cost five dollars at the pet store and was a smart investment for my parents! At two years old I was learning to respect, love and care for my puppy, Missy.
My sweet girl helped me on the road to becoming the crazy (in a good way) animal lover and photographer I am today! My nutrition degree from UC Davis cost my parents quite a bit more and didn’t include any classes on puppies!
My first born was a beautiful Rottweiler named Axel-our last name is Rose-guess what music we were listening to back then?
My husband, Rob, brought Axel home right after we bought our first new house. As Axel got older, I knew that I wanted a beautiful portrait of him with our first human daughter. Thank goodness I had one made.
There is not a day that goes by that I don’t look and smile at that beautiful portrait on my wall from over 25 years ago.
In the summer of 2019, I took a portrait of our 14-year-old English Labrador, Angus, that I absolutely cherish. It was an everyday moment that had happened many times before, but it was the last one we would all share. For that brief and quiet moment, it doesn’t remind me of how tired and aged he had become.
Today, the pups in our pack are two rescues, Bentley and Daisy. They both love helping me volunteer in our community at Hospice East Bay and Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation.
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