Spread Love This Valentine’s – Benefit for Humane Society

When you get to thinking about Valentine’s this year (it’s coming up), don’t forget about the one’s you love who have four legs. For all the dogs that are a part of our families, there are a lot out there that need help getting to a forever home.  I spent the morning looking through photos of all the dogs that have been in my life. All these dogs are, of course, well loved.  It breaks my heart that all dogs don’t get the same chance as these have.

Apparently, it hits home for David Quisenberry too.  He is offering a special promotion called Little Sweethearts Limited Edition Portraits during the first week of February that will benefit the Collin County Humane Society, providing much needed funds to help cover the initial vetting for rescuing a dog from a shelter, getting them their first shots, a microchip and help get them spayed or neutered. It may also cover dog food for a foster home of puppies.

During the promotion, which runs from January 31st through February 8th (by appointment) David will be donating 100% of the session fees related to the Limited Edition program.  A $45 session fee includes a single sitting for one child or one pet session ($10 each for each additional) and a private viewing  of your images. Special event pricing begins at $95 for one 8×10, 8 wallets and web file of one pose.

After looking at photos all morning, I’ve decided that the best dog picture I’ve ever seen that really conveys the relationship we have with a dog was posted by a friend of mine on her Facebook this week.  Abby is a lake dog in the summer and a hunter’s assistant in the fall.  She can just about use the ladder on the boat and can climb onto her mom’s floatie without puncturing it. She loves the little tidbits of leftover hamburgers friends feed her when her mom isn’t looking and hiding her toy on the beach. She loves her mom, dad and the lake.  Everyone loves Abby.

Abby loves her mama, her daddy and the lake. Everyone loves Abby.

Abby loves her mama, her daddy and the lake. Everyone loves Abby.

So this is a win-win.  You can get great portraits and some dog out there gets the chance to be loved like Abby.  David Quisenberry is located in the Historic Flour Mill in downtown McKinney.  For more information or to schedule your session, check out:

David Quisenberry Contemporary Portraits

The Collin County Humane Society

Until next time,

Happy Shopping!

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