Macie & Reese : Connecticut Dog Photographer

Meet Macie & Reese. These two pups are living the high life as buddies down on the shoreline of Connecticut and are having a ball!
Their parents received a gift certificate from their daughter to have the pooches photographed and we thought since they are still relatively the same size it would be fun to do it now.
The snow provided a beautiful backdrop to these gorgeous dogs.

Reese is quite the handsome Corgi – I thought his huge inquisitive ears made him look like a fox!

These guys didn’t want to wait around for me so I did my best to capture them both in one frame 🙂

A stick provided a nice diversion to get them close

“It’s mine – no it’s mine – give it to me!!”

I loved the texture of Macie’s beautiful puppy coat….so snuggly!

Reese in his glory 🙂

The height difference is already favoring Macie in getting the toys 🙂

Finally – both of them together 🙂

Reese is carrying a snowball for this one 🙂

You can’t beat a golden puppy for the cuteness factor 🙂

“I’ll take that – thanks!”

I have an arsenal of funny noises to deploy to get their attention- by the end of our time together they were totally desensitized and were completely ignoring me 🙂

The beautiful spot where they live- I can imagine many summertime adventures down near the water!

Love this 🙂

Macie tends to just climb right over Reese – at least soon she’ll clear Reese completely and it will be like going under the bridge 🙂

After a while we decided to let Macie show off her neat trick – bringing the newspaper in every day without chewing it. Thanks to the massive snowbank she can now grab it unassisted!

Waiting for Cousin Max to come in from outside 🙂

Reese has great coloring on his face

Dad is already in love 🙂

Trying to keep Macie in one place took some creativity….and a bone 🙂

Ears!!!

Macie was the first to crash….right into Mom’s shoes 🙂

1/2 hour later Reese finally lay down 🙂

Cousin Max was more than happy to escape harassment by the puppies 🙂

Tired but still alert

Thankfully all that playing finally had an effect – that afternoon after I left they hardly moved 🙂

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