Nani will do anything for carrots. It’s true. If you’re wondering what she’s looking at IN EVERY SINGLE PHOTO, it’s a carrot. Not a squeaky toy, or a set of keys, or her very lovely human. A carrot. So after many great carrot-enabled shots, she left the shoot that day with a full belly. And quite possibly much better eyesight.
Everyone, meet Clarence Bean, the newest member of our family. He’s 5 months old, and we haven’t a clue what kind of dog he is, but judging by the size of his ears, we’re pretty sure he knows how to fly. What we do know is that he is a scruffy little bundle of love and he’s quickly stolen all of our hearts. Except maybe for our cat, Punch. She can be…difficult. More pictures to come soon. Obviously.
Meet Irie. I have been wanting to take pictures of her since I first laid eyes on her – I mean look at her! She belongs to some friends we’ve made since moving to Austin, and she is one super cool girl. When my friends and I played in a kickball league, Irie was there, tennis ball in mouth, cheering us on. Same with beach volleyball. She’s a total outdoorsy kind of gal — and one of the most well-behaved dogs I’ve been around — perfect for the Pawsh Wellness piece about dog manners in the park.