There's Going to Be a Baby!

by Charlene Morton


You met this couple when I shared their holiday portraits late last year. You know, the couple whose portraits looked like a GAP ad? Yeah, THOSE gorgeous folks and their beautiful dogs. ;) Well, about two weeks ago, I was honored for them to ask me to create some photos for a big announcement...

Yes, there's going to be a baby! Tira is studying up to see just show this happened! ;) Check out the full gallery here. You'll definitely get a chuckle! See ya next time.


Emmy (#MyTurn)

by Charlene Morton


I'm not going to lie. I literally cried when I read Emmy's story earlier this week. You see, Emmy needs a home soon, as her parents can no longer keep her. 

Photo courtesy of Selina

Photo courtesy of Selina

Emmy loves car rides, playing fetch, and just being outside. She's used to being outside most of the time, but of course, inside is much better! She knows lots of tricks like "shake hands" and would do best in a home with a fenced back yard. She's a smaller girl, 35 pounds at most, and is between one and two years old. 

Please consider Emmy to make this life event easier for her. I'd love to see her make an easy transition into a new home. If you'd like more information, please send me a message on the Contact Page. If you're not able to consider Emmy at this point, please remember to share her on your social media pages (#MyTurn). Thank you!


Call Me Grace! (#MyTurn)

by Charlene Morton


Photo courtesy of  Nashville Pittie

Photo courtesy of Nashville Pittie

Grace is spayed, and her foster is helping her make great strides with house manners. She loves kids, as you can see, and she's just a sweet, gentle soul.  She also gets along with other dogs and cats.

Sorry for the delay in last week's #MyTurn feature. I was under the weather, but I'm back with Grace. Before a friend of mine met her, Grace was constantly tethered outside until Nashville Pittie stepped in to the rescue. 

Photo courtesy of  Nashville Pittie

Photo courtesy of Nashville Pittie

Photo courtesy of Kim

Photo courtesy of Kim

Grace does have some issues with arthritis in her two front legs, but she still loves to play. She's not a "hiking dog", per se, but she would be a perfect fit for perhaps a retiree with lots of time and attention to give this girl. She definitely deserves it!

Photo courtesy of  Nashville Pittie

Photo courtesy of Nashville Pittie

If you're interested in Grace and would like more information, e-mail me on the Contact Page or check out Nashville Pittie. If you're not in a position to adopt Grace right now, please remember to share her on your social media pages (#MyTurn). Til next time!