Listen to this post: Before we got married, my now-husband was into this thing called the Love Languages. “The Five Love Languages,” a concept developed by Dr. Gary Chapman, is a framework for understanding and expressing love in relationships. By… Read MoreStronger bond: How to unlock the secret of your dog’s love language
Orange has a profound meaning to my dog photography in the Inland Northwest.
I’ve made a pledge to Bella to get back out on the hiking trails around the Inland Northwest.
After recovering from TPLO surgery, Bella is ready to hike again. She did 5 miles at Post Falls Community Forest this week.
Bella had her first photo shoot in months, on a road trip from Chatteroy, Washington, to Blanchard, Idaho, with a fun stop in Spirit Lake.
With my adventure dog injured, I’m trying to focus on self-care and things I need to do to get ready for her next hiking season in the Inland Northwest.
Bella and I made a trip to the coast this week to visit two friends in Long Beach, Washington.
Farragut State Park near Athol is one of my all-time favorite places to take an adventure dog for some photography.
Bella and I have been going to the Rocks of Sharon since she’s been old enough to hike. In about a half hour from the Stevens Creek trailhead in Valleyford, we are at the Big Rock with a view that… Read MoreRocks of Sharon: A place for epic dog photos that’s close to home
Camping with your dog brings a whole new level to your connection. Sitting at the campfire with your best fur friend can be a quiet, calming, soulful experience if you let it. This year, we’re late to the game. The… Read More10 do’s and don’ts of camping with your dog