Frequently asked questions

The weather gets crazy here on the North Island, Do you shoot all year?

Yes! I love photographing furkids in all the amazing and beautiful seasons the north island has to share with us!

It rains here...alot.... is that an issue?

We all know how unpredictable the weather can be living in our beautiful rain forest country! Because I am an outdoor natural light photographer, if the weather is due to be poor on the day of your session, then we will work on rescheduling your session to another day that suits you and that the weather is more favorable.

My dog flunked out of obedience school...can I still have a session?

Yes!!! YES!!! With 10 years of photographing pets under my belt, I am able to photograph furkids with a wide range of abilities and skills.

Do you only photograph dogs?

No! I love fur-kids of all shapes, sizes, breeds, and colors! From fluffy felines to elegant equines as well as other small animals from time to time as well. And of course, dogs too!

How long will it take for my photos to be ready?

Usually after your session is complete it takes 2-3 weeks for me to finish working with them in my digital darkroom. Once they're completed we will set up your Reveal Session! Or if it's easier, we can plan out your Reveal Session during your Meet + Treat Session as well.

My furkid is elderly/ill, can you fit us in?

Of course! Be sure to check out my Legacy Paws Sessions. You and your furkid will be bumped to the top of the que to ensure we capture beautiful memories before your furkid crosses the rainbow bridge.

The north island is big - where do you travel to?

Port Hardy, Port Mcneill, Alert Bay, Sointula and Port Alice are all included in my regular travel area. I am willing to travel further around the North island for a small additional fee. Please note that sessions to Alert Bay + Sointula will have a small additional fee to help cover ferry costs. If you have any questions about the travel fees for outside of the Triports Area please don't hesitate to give me a bark.

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