So I got this cute new hair bow for Sadie, which I’ve decided looks like a zebra flower. Of course the first thing I want to do is take some pictures of Sadie rockin’ her new bow. Unfortunately Sadie is not in the mood to try on hair accessories.
When you are putting sunglasses on a dog and trying to take pictures of the cuteness, you would assume that your most difficult challenge will be keeping the sunglasses on your dog. But as these bloopers prove, Sadie is a very well behaved model and I seem to be the one causing the problems. What good are sunglasses on your dog if your camera woman can’t seem to focus the camera or keep your dog in the frame? While Sadie stayed nice and still, apparently that day I was unable to stop from moving the camera all over the place, messing up the photos.
It’s that time of year when the weather’s nice and everyone is ready to spend some time outdoors. But in order to go exploring somewhere new, you must survive the car ride. Sadie is much more well behaved in the car than other dogs I’ve seen. She doesn’t get car sick; she doesn’t bark or jump around. My little pup’s problem is more about anxiety in the car. If we’re not going to our office or our house, Sadie can tell and she’s not happy about it. Even if we are going somewhere really fun and Sadie will have a blast when we get there, in the car Sadie is panting and shaking. But on the way home, Sadie is usually one happy pup. All of these blooper photos were taken on the ride back from an adventure, when Sadie is all smiles because somehow her internal GPS can tell we are going home.