July 4, 2014

Ice Cream Cones and Yellow – Sherwood Park Pet Photography

family lifestyle

What a fun summer night – bright colors, ice cream cones, sprinkles and oh ya… the cutest bullmastiff puppy ever – Meet Yellow!  Aaron and Casey got a new puppy and decided to cherish the memories of how small she was with a pet family / lifestyle session.  Since we shot this, Yellow isn’t so small anymore and their family has grown by one to include Blue, an English Bulldog – congrats on the new puppy!

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