Looking back...Long Island Small Dog Boarding
with The Doggie Nanny
I thought it would be a good time to post on somethings that happened over the years.
In 2010 I became a foster mom for Yorkie Rescue 911. So far we helped in the adoptions of 8 beautiful little dogs. It was wonderful to be part of the process of helping these little dogs find new homes-- helping them regain their confidence after finding themselves in unfamiliar surroundings and later introducing them to their new families. If you are thinking about adding a new little dog to your family, please consider adopting from Yorkie Rescue 911. Visit the site to see the available dogs. The list is updated frequently. You might also consider becoming a foster family for one of these precious little pets. I guarantee you will find it very rewarding.
In 2011 we fostered a senior dog that has been named Van Gogh by Rescue911-- a perfect name for this little guy as was found with one crumpled up ear on the streets of Brookhaven.
I was wondering if we could find this old little man a nice home where he can enjoy the rest of his life when a miracle happened! Watch the video about Van Gogh and his incredible story!
As an Art Driector/Graphic Designer I have always had an interest in photography. Over the past year, I expanded my equipment and have been working on flash photography. I have done still life food photography for several years now for a local bakery, but this year I did my first out-of-house photo shoot using a professional flash set up.
December 2013 I was the photographer at a Christmas photo shoot at Petsmart for Yorkie 911 Rescue--complete with Santa. Their regular photographer was not available so I had the opportunity to fill in. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate, so we didn't have the hoped for turnout. But still, we got some very nice dogs and pet parents to sit for us. Here is a sample of some of the photos.
If you are having a pet event and need a photographer--give me a call!
To see all the photos from the shoot-- click here
And of course if you are looking for someone to care for your little doggies while you are away, give me a call! 631 742 4176. Or visit: www.doggienanny.com