BG Bully Family Session || Philadelphia Pet Photographer || BG Productions

As part of our ongoing personal work BG Bully Family Project we will be posting a selection of photos from each session.  
We will also be donating 50% of Any sales that results from prints, wall art, or usb’s of full session to Pinups for Pitbulls to aid in the education of how Awesome these dogs are!! About the project….
We have a passion for rescue work and a passion for photographing people, places, and things and telling their story! So we are embarking on a personal project to help end the negative stereotypes of Bully Breed dogs!! We thought what better way then to show these beautiful dogs being loved on and loving the humans that saved them- especially those with children!! With the negative stereotypes people think these dogs aren’t good for homes with small kids! Well these families would disagree! We also wanted to showcase families that are also discriminated against and face stereotypes- people with tattoos! I LOVE photographing beautiful INK!!! and i LOVE LOVE dogs!! so follow along on our journey as we try to dispel a lot of myths!! As a Philadelphia pet photographer I wanted to capture some of the Bully Love that is all around!

A super friendly dog named Scoobie, 2 ADORABLE kids (Im a sucker for letting kids wear whatever THEY want) and 2 very cool parents! Pamela wrote that they liked to spend time outside so we thought Forbidden Drive at the covered bridge would be super cool for their BG Bully Family Session. I LOVED that the kids were in their favorite characters costumes and that everyone got in the water. Scooby even made a little dog friend along the way!!

Pamela wrote….

Scooby is a pitbull/terrier/shar-pei mix that’s about 1.5 years old. He’s an energetic pup that loves to spend his time outside. We met Scooby at a Meet and Greet event held by Home At Last. There were plenty of families there, but Scooby chose ours. The entire time we were there he stuck by our side and kept nuzzling his head under my son’s arm. We knew we wanted a dog that was gentle with kids, but would play with them; a dog that would serve as a protector for the family; a dog that would go for runs with us in the wee hours of the morning; a dog that would be happy to go to the park when we all get home; a dog that would want to spend weekends at the ball field; and finally a dog that would cuddle up to watch movies or read a book at night. Scooby fit the bill perfectly! He’s energetic when we are and calm when we’re not. We couldn’t have picked a more perfect dog for our family.

When asked Why do you want to be a part of this project?

Pamela said “I’d like to be a part of this project because to be honest I was hesitant to bring a pit bull into my house around my two young children. After meeting Scooby I knew he was right for us, but the hesitation lingered. I got in contact with the foster mom and shared my fears. She told me that she herself had a 7 year old boy and would never bring a dog into her house that she didn’t feel comfortable having around her child. She assured me that Scooby never once made her feel uncomfortable. To alleviate my hesitation we met with the foster family and Scooby a few more times in a few settings to see him interact with the kids and I knew that he was exactly what our family needed. I hope this project can help other families with hesitations to see that bullie mixes make wonderful family dogs. Thank you sooo much for being a part of this project!! Philadelphia pet photographer

And Please leave a comment saying your favorite photo and WHY and if they get at least 10 comments they will get the most popular one as a FREE 8×10 gift print! So show them some love and help them out!!

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