three Bay Area dogs pose for their portrait


Tails of the World is an international collective of professional pet photographers. To date,  has raised over $25,000 for animal charities with local coffee table books.

Now we’re on a mission to go BIGGER!

In April and May 2022, we are uniting to make a difference for pets in need. Angie Rose Photography is running limited edition Danville DOGS shoots to support this cause, with 100% of the session fees and 10% of proceeds from artwork sales will be donated to Tri-Valley Animal Rescue.



Angie Rose Photography is now taking applications for limited edition Tails of the World: Danville Dogs photoshoots. These limited photoshoots will take place in the heart of  Danville, capturing the quaint downtown, beautiful parks and rustic country landscape.

100% of these session fees and 10% of artwork profits are donated to Tri-Valley Animal Rescue.  You and your dog can  get involved with the fundraiser with this unique pet photoshoot.

Support Animal Rescues With A Limited Edition Tails of The World Photoshoot

Meet Stevie, Bentley, Daisy & Carmen. Angie’s four pups rescued from Tri-Valley Animal Rescue 

April & May Limited Edition Sessions $100 Session Donation

  •  100% of the Session Donations and 10% of artwork profits are donated to Tri-Valley Animal Rescue.
  • 10 limited sessions available.
  • Sessions take place in Danville, CA.
  • Sessions are 20-30 minutes and will be scheduled between April 18-28.
  • One photo will be chosen by Angie to be in the book.
  • All dogs in your family are welcome to attend.
  • Prints, products and digital files are not included, but are available to purchase. Prints start at $150.
  • The Tails of the World Book will be available to purchase in April of 2023 and is not included. Proceeds from the sales of the book are donated to Second Chance Animal Rescue.

The Danville Red Barn

More Information…

Tri-Valley Animal Rescue, Inc. is based in Dublin, CA, founded in 1992 and is run solely by volunteers dedicated to placing homeless animals in their forever homes. They provide fostering, medical care, education and adoption events. They, also, have a teen program to allow young people in the community to help animals in need and learn about responsible pet ownership. 

Angie has adopted 4 amazing pups from Tri-Valley Animal Rescue and is one of their volunteer photographers.

Tri-Valley Animal Rescue is funded by contributions and donations from their community of supporters and sponsors.


Yoshi, as of Mach 23, 2022 is still looking for his forever home.