Category Archives: Animal Rescue Work

Examples of photos taken for different rescue groups and shelters.

Adoptable Dogs from Dachshund Rescue South Florida

Meet Marshmallow and Ava. Marshmallow is a 10 year old male and Ava is a 3 year old female. These 2 adorable doxies are available for adoption through Dachshund Rescue South Florida. Please visit their website to find out more about how to adopt them – http://www.dachshundrescuesouthflorida.com.

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500th Dog Photographed at Miami-Dade Animal Services

I reached a milestone yesterday in my volunteer efforts at Miami-Dade Animal Services by photographing the 500th dog since I began. To recognize this achievement, MDAS is waiving her adoption fee. Meet Oreo (ID#A1585054)! She is a female, tricolor Terrier mix. They think she is about 2 years old. She is good with people and…

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Adoptable Dogs at Miami-Dade Animal Services

These are some dogs currently available for adoption at MDAS. Visit http://www.miamidade.gov/animals/adopt-a-pet.asp to learn more about how to adopt these guys. FYI, MDAS is a kill-shelter so these dogs do not have a lot of time.

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Adoptable Kittens from Smitten With Kittens

Here is the holiday photo shoot from Smitten With Kittens. These adorable furballs are available for adoption. Some of them are located at their adoption center in the Flagler Pets Mart at 8241 W Flagler St., Miami, FL 33144 or you can visit http://www.smittenwithkittens.net/ to learn how to adopt them.

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Adoptable Cats at Miami-Dade Animal Services

These cuties are available for adoption at MDAS. Visit http://www.miamidade.gov/animals/adopt-a-pet.asp to learn more about how to adopt these guys. FYI, MDAS is a kill shelter, which means these kitties do not have a lot of time.

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