About BARKography by Kim Hollis

 I love this dog. My Moose. Adopted in 2014 at the age of 7. photo credit @akbsphoto

I love this dog. My Moose. Adopted in 2014 at the age of 7. photo credit @akbsphoto

Kim and Buddy photo credit: @rodneyscotphotography

If you're reading this, I'm guessing you love dogs as much as I do. For many of us, our relationships with our dogs are some of the most important relationships in our lives because they provide us with so much unconditional love.

My name is Kim and I've dreamed of working with dogs my entire live. In 2009 that dream came true when I started my own dog walking and pet sitting business. I've been around a lot of different dogs. I understand their behavior. I can read their signs. That experience helps me tremendously as a dog photographer. It will help me understand your dog and bring out the best of him during his session.

My love for a black lab named Buddy led me to launch BARKography and I’m so grateful to him for helping me find my 'why' in life. "Love Looks Like This" is exactly how I feel when I see a photograph of a dog. If you want to read the full story about why I do this, click here to my blog post Why I Got Into Dog Photography.

My dogs mean the world to me. I don't have amazing images of my first two dogs Sloan and Sam. Now that Buddy and Willow are no longer here, the images that I have of them are priceless to me. Seeing their sweet faces on the artwork on the walls of my house makes me happy. If you're thinking of doing this, act now. Don't wait. Time goes by too fast.

Doesn't your dog deserve his own photography session? I think all dogs do because

Love Looks Like This

 

Dogs’ lives are too short. Their only fault, really.
— Agnes Sligh Turnball