Faith, Trust, & Foster Pups

Helping dogs on the road to forever, forever finding ourselves as we walk that road with them.

Hey There Handsome!

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Do you recognize this beautiful face?

Last Night, Balton and I were given a wonderful opportunity to spend some time working with the very talented Sabrina of Dirty Paw Photography, who takes amazing photos of dogs for her livelihood, and as a way to give back to dogs who need a little extra help finding their forever home. After 8 months with me and having spent a total of 10 months looking for his right fit, it probably goes without saying that Balton was due for a little time to shine.

Shine he did, even in a studio space with lots of bright lights, big lenses, and a new person. He got a little stressed out for all of about two minutes before rebounding and hamming it up for the camera some more.

I may be a little biased, but I can’t help but feel like Balton’s pure, unadulterated handsome-ness was completely captured, and I can not thank Sabrina enough for being so patient and kind to Balton, for showing his true beauty and sharing his photos with the world.

Check out (and do some social media sharing of) Balton’s full photo set, complete with bio and Petfinder Link, on the Dirty Paw Photography Facebook Page!


Author: faithtrustnpups

Faith, Trust, & Foster Pups is a combination blog for animal welfare, humane education/positive training, recognizing the beautiful bond that exists between pets and their people, and other fun stuff. I share information about adoptable pets in the DC metro area, promote animal rescue and resources to support adopters and fosters, and share stories and lessons related to the dogs I care for. Much of my writing is for especially my "foster failure" with some specific fear-based issues. In an effort to help understand often wonderful, sometimes challenging dogs like him better, I learn to understand myself. Together, we share our stories, and walk together, leash in hand, and in building faith and trust within one another and within ourselves.

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