We all know how quickly puppies grow up - it seems like one day they are these little bundles of fur that fit in the crook of your elbow, and all of sudden you notice they look like real dogs. The puppy teeth are gone (thankfully!) and puppy breath is just a memory. It's so hard to see the changes when you are with your puppy every day. But with photographs, you can travel back to the early puppy days and revisit your little bundle of fur (without being attacked by razor-sharp puppy teeth).
I made a very conscious effort to document my own puppy's growth, and in the next post in this series, I'll show you her monthly photos - it's amazing how much she changes from month to month. But here is just a quick trip in the Way Back Machine:
At 3 months old, Daisy wanted to be like her big sister and chase frisbees. She didn't exactly get the concept of catching frisbees, and the frisbee was about as big as she was, but she wanted to be like her big sister.
Seriously! She was TINY!
And then I jump back to today (yes, we had snow in April - welcome to Utah!) - the changes are amazing. And looking at her now, it's so easy to forget how she was as a wee bitty puppy!
I'm so glad I was able to get photos of Daisy's early puppy days, so I'll never forget them.
If you'd like to be able to revisit your puppy's early days whenever you'd like, contact me to book your session now before your puppy gets any older! Don't wait and lose those puppy days forever!
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