Spring is one of my favourite times of the year. We get to see sunshine again
take our doggies on longer walks and freshen up our living spaces, sometimes
opting for a new look. This year I decided it was time to give the
http://www.hotdogtrainer.com website a spring clean and freshen up with some new
The photographs I launched the site with were taken by the fabulous
Lisa Reid a photographer in the Cayman Islands. This was my first ever professional photo shoot and I was joined by my two dogs, Rosa a Malinois Spaniel mix and Suarez, my gorgeous Dutch Shepherd who was also the most natural model. Sadly, Suarez passed away not long after the photos were taken, which made the photographs from this shoot so special.
The following year, Rosa and I moved back to the UK, joined by three cats
and our new canine pal, Hobo. We needed some photos of our new pack in our new environment and thankfully, at the beginning of 2023 I found multi award winning artist and Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, Lynne Williams on Facebook. I was just captivated by her unique style of photography and the beautiful warmth she brings to her subjects.
We visited Lynne at her Llwydcoed studio just before Easter and I am delighted to present our refreshed website with our new pictures as well as to introduce Hobo! Hobo is a 4 year old street dog from the Cayman Islands. He was rescued by the Cayman Islands Humane Society as a little puppy along with his mommy and siblings. Mommy was a very pretty little Malinois and from Hobo’s DNA test, we think Daddy was a German Shepherd / Dutch Shepherd mix.
Students of mine may have met Hobo before, as I use him when training very
reactive dogs. He is very placid and will ignore the most vocal or annoying canine students.
I hope you like the pictures and our new look website. If you think it is time to capture your canine pals in some beautiful photo’s, why not reach out to Lynne here where you can also see some more of her award winning work.