51 dogs in 40 sessions over four days = a lot of photographs of dogs! And this year it really helped raise more than ever for All Breed Rescue and Training. It was an exhausting 4 days but well worth it. We had big dog and bigger dogs (the 165 pound dane was our largest this year) and then there were small dogs..and I mean really small dogs. I believe the Pomeranian was so tiny it almost looked like a stuffed toy.Read More
Another year has flown by! Springs Pet Portraits continued to grow and participate in some fun events in 2015. Our year always gets a great start in February with PawPrints—our Annual Fundraiser for All Breed Rescue & Training. This was the second year we did the calendar and had a blast with the creativity of the participants. The 2016 Calendar is available for purchase still —it’s only $15 and all proceeds go to ABRT. You can pick one up at Our Family Vet, Bon Pet Supply, All Breed Rescue and of course here at the studio. The next fundraiser is coming up soon so stay tuned for details. If you’re not on our email list click the banner at the top of this website and sign up! You’ll be in the loop for all the fun adventures of Springs Pet Portraits.Read More
The 2016 calendars from the Paw Prints fundraiser for All Breed Rescue are here! Last Spring during our annual Paws fundraiser we added on a contest for a 2016 calendar to benefit ABRT.
Each contestant had to come up with a theme for a particular month. Our wonderful sponsors (Republic of Paws, Bon Pet Supply and Canine Coach) were the judges for this event. According to our judges it was a difficult choice but “Waldo” won grand prize and a spot on the calendar cover. The calendar months feature the other contest winners.Read More
We’re joining forces with some area businesses to help out All Breed Rescue. Join us on Saturday October 17 between 11AM and 2PM at Autosmith, 528 E. Pikes Peak. Autosmith is holding a wonderful customer appreciation event centered around dogs. Though they’re an auto repair shop they love dogs and are very dog friendly so they decided to hold a fundraiser to help out one of their favorite dog causes, All Breed Rescue & Training.Read More