Meet handsome Rowdy- available for adoption at Petco through the Center for Animal Health and Welfare; Lehigh Valley cat, pet portraits.
UPDATE: Rowdy has been ADOPTED!!
is still waiting for his forever home at the Petco on 25th St. in Easton, PA. Rowdy is a sweet, calm cat (as opposed to what you might think by his name!), who loves to have his head scratched. Please come meet Rowdy or one of his many friends that are waiting at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare.
Happy Holidays from tracy bodeo photography; Fetching Pet Portraits, Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, PA
I wish you all a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and an amazing 2012! Peace, Love & Joy throughout this holiday season and in the coming year.
“Paws for a Cause” at Hugh Moore Park- October 2nd, 12-4 pm to benefit the Center for Animal Health & Welfare.
Come to the 19th ANNUAL “PAWS FOR A CAUSE” to benefit The Center for Animal Health & Welfare. The event will take place rain or shine on Sunday, October 2, 2011 from 12 PM – 4 PM at Hugh Moore Park in Easton, PA.
Event features include: Blessing of the Animals, Dog & Human Walk Around the Canal, Dog & Human Costume Contest, K9 Agility (Run Your Dog Through the Course!), K9 Police Demonstration, Activities for the Kids, Vendors, Food and Music, Pet Photographer
Lehigh Valley Animal Rescue Groups Featuring Adoptable Dogs from the Center for Animal Health & Welfare.
I will be there walking one of the many adoptable dogs from the Center. This is a great chance to meet some of the Center dogs and see their wonderful personalities. I hope you will join me at this fun family event!
The Crafting for Paws fundraiser has been postponed until Sunday, September 25th, 2011 because of the hurricane/tropical storm that will be coming through our area tonight and tomorrow. Besides the change of date, everything else will remain the same. To read about the details of the event, click https://fetchingpetportraits.net/2011/08/09/crafting-for-paws-fundraiser-on-august-28th/.
Recently I had the pleasure of working with this sweet, gorgeous dog and her parents. Faye was adopted from the Center for Animal Health and Welfare several years ago. The love between Faye and her parents is apparent and so nice to witness. Faye is part German Shepard and part Rottweiler, two breeds that are considered by some to be a bit scary because they are big and dark-colored. Five minutes with Faye would make a Shepard/Rottie-lover out of anyone– what a loving, affectionate, sweetie-pie (and quite the athlete- she even throws herself her own toys!). Here are a few images from our session: