Karrie Nash  •  Fredericton, NB  •  karr.nash@ gmail.com  •   506-261-6629

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Chances are you're going to want to know more details about how things work. I feel you!

Dogs and cats are funny critters. They don't know that when I tell them to say "cheese" it means smile, let alone actually knowing how to say cheese. 


I've put together a list of some commonly asked questions to help you figure out how booking a pet session works out. If you still have questions that I didn't cover here don't hesitate to contact me! I'm always happy to chat when it comes to cats and dogs.

DOGS

Q

My dog is a complete wingnut! They're high energy and won't sit still long enough for a picture. Is it still possible to book a session?

A

A big YES. Dogs who are high energy are not impossible to photograph. A dog session doesn't require your dog to be in a picture-perfect sitting position for the whole session. There a few things we can do to help picture day be a success. Take them on a nice long walk or get them plenty of exercise before their session, remembering that a tired dog is a good dog. Treats, toys and funny noises will go a long way to get the shots we need to capture your furry friend's loveable mug. 

My goal is to make this enjoyable for you and you dog. My shooting style is a mix of posed and candid shots, so we're bound to get some goofy faces and expressions. 

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Q

Breeds

A

A big YES. Dogs who are high energy are not impossible to photograph. A dog session doesn't require your dog to be in a picture-perfect sitting position for the whole session. There a few things we can do to help picture day be a success. Take them on a nice long walk or get them plenty of exercise before their session, remembering that a tired dog is a good dog. Treats, toys and funny noises will go a long way to get the shots we need to capture your furry friend's loveable mug. 

My goal is to make this enjoyable for you and you dog. My shooting style is a mix of posed and candid shots, so we're bound to get some goofy faces and expressions. 

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Q

shy / bashful / slow to warm up 

A

A big YES. Dogs who are high energy are not impossible to photograph. A dog session doesn't require your dog to be in a picture-perfect sitting position for the whole session. There a few things we can do to help picture day be a success. Take them on a nice long walk or get them plenty of exercise before their session, remembering that a tired dog is a good dog. Treats, toys and funny noises will go a long way to get the shots we need to capture your furry friend's loveable mug. 

My goal is to make this enjoyable for you and you dog. My shooting style is a mix of posed and candid shots, so we're bound to get some goofy faces and expressions. 

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Q

Breeds

A

A big YES. Dogs who are high energy are not impossible to photograph. A dog session doesn't require your dog to be in a picture-perfect sitting position for the whole session. There a few things we can do to help picture day be a success. Take them on a nice long walk or get them plenty of exercise before their session, remembering that a tired dog is a good dog. Treats, toys and funny noises will go a long way to get the shots we need to capture your furry friend's loveable mug. 

My goal is to make this enjoyable for you and you dog. My shooting style is a mix of posed and candid shots, so we're bound to get some goofy faces and expressions. 

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CATS