I love puppies- watching them grow and form their bond with their humans. This little guy named Cash is no exception. I first met Cash in late winter last year, when he was just 16 weeks old. His Mom and Dad wanted to make sure to capture his first year so we start working on it.
Cash was such a curious and inquisitive little guy at his first session. However he still managed to mind his manners and listen to Mom and Dad. We did have to allow for a puppy break from time to time to sniff and play. I have to say though, all in all Cash did so great for his first session. I was so impressed at how well mannered he was.
At our first sign of Spring here in Illinois, Cash made the journey back down from the city to see me again. I couldn't get over how much he had matured. It had only been three months!
Cash was still handsome as ever. Mom and Dad had been working on his manners even more and it truly showed. When it came to being in the studio he seemed to remember being here and what he was doing. Cash was like an old pro. :)
Cash really enjoyed the outdoor part of the adventure this time. The warmer weather, the people outside- Cash is a social guy and likes to say hello to everyone he meets.
Cash's bond with his Mom and Dad keeps growing and getting stronger. You can see the love and admiration he has for them both.
I am looking forward to the rest of Cash's sessions. He and his parents are always such a pleasure to work with. Puppy sessions are such an honor to capture because I get to be a part of the formative first year, watching and capturing the development of your puppies growth and bond.