KO as Mr. February in the Bernese Mountain Dogs 2020, 16-Month calendar, published by Brown Trout Publishers.
Sophie on the cover of The Basset Hound 2019 Calendar, as well as Ms. September and Ms. June and Daisey May as Ms. January, published by magnet & steel.
Lulu the Saint Bernard on the packaging of Top Pet Food brand, large breed formula.
Leiah in an article on the Reader’s Digest website, “The Real Reason Queen Elizabeth Has Owned So Many Corgis” by Brooke Nelson.
Rojo representing the Doberman Pinscher breed in an article by Orvis.
Cabo seen on the Nationwide website, representing the Australian Kelpie breed.
Flynt seen in an article on Orvis about the Brittany Spaniel.
Charlie seen on the Orvis website representing the French Bulldog breed, aka the Frenchie.
MacKenzie seen on the cover of The German Shepherd 2019 calendar published by Magnet & Steel.
Bailey in an Article about Older Dogs by Huffington Post Bailey a 14-year-old Chocolate Labrador Retriever modeling for an article, “A Day After #NationalPuppyDay, Remember Older Dogs Need Love Too – why adopting a senior dog might be the best choice.”…
Mastiff running on Ocean Beach Dog Beach.
Val, on the cover and Mr. October in the Poodles 2019, 16-Month Calendar, published by Bright Day Calendars.
What Color Is Your Dog? Train your dog based on his personality “color” by Joel Silverman, Animal Planet Host and Hollywood Dog Trainer
Storm seen on the cover of The Great Dane 2019 Calendar, published by magnet & steel.
Jasmine on the packaging of Nutrience Original, Adult Medium Breed dog food.
Baxter on the cover.
Jett seen on the cover and Mr. July in The Pug 2019 Calendar published by Magnet & Steel.
My girl Charlie, seen on Southeast Financial Credit Union‘s website, for an article titled, “Finding Your Dream Boat.” At the time, Charlie was 10 years old, on the way to Catalina Island from San Diego on a 28′ Bertram. She has…
Storm the Great Dane in the article “Grain-Free Diets May Be Dangerous for Your Dog” by Jennifer Grant, on the Get Leashed Magazine website.
Flynt seen on the AKC website representing the Brittany Spaniel breed.
Biggie Smalls representing the Rhodesian Ridgeback breed in an article by CertaPet.
Copper seen on the packaging of VitaLife’s Natural Diets dog food.
Bella the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel on the cover.
Model Amanda McIntyre and Roxy the Boston Terrier, on the packaging of Dogit‘s beefhide double twists dog treats, for small to medium dogs.
Mare and baby photographed at AE Ranch in Ramona, California. AE Ranch is the home to many California racing champions. The farm includes a breeding operation and a training track with lots of land for horses to grow up or enjoy…
Jack representing the German Shorthair Pointer breed in the Get Leashed article, “The American Kennel Club Announced Its Most Popular Breeds” by Catalina Barrios.
Tyson a Black Labrador Retriever, seen in an article by Country Living, “Dogs are officially red-green color blind, according to new research” by Katie Avis-Riordan.
Yellow Labrador Retriever puppy on the packaging of Nutrience Original dog food, puppy formula.
Basenji representing the breed in an article, “Dogs and People Have More In Common Than You Might Think” by Michaeleen Doucleff.
Nacho representing the Keeshond breed in an article by Orvis.
Ranger representing the Australian Cattle Dog on the cover of the 2017 calendar and Mr. July, published by LittleGifts.