I got the unique opportunity in May and June to help with dog transports while the country was on lock down. 10 mastiffs across the country, from CA to TN and then a whole menegarie from MD back to MD going in one big crazy loop down and up and around the country. I wantedContinue reading “Traveling the Covid trails”
While we wait on the final episodes of 2020, we look forward to what 2021 will hold. So far this means, few events or those that were scheduled have pushed back to pack our fall schedule and possibly creating multiple conflicts that will prevent us attending all of them and an empty schedule through JuneContinue reading “2020 Season Finale”
Add another show cancellation to the 2020 season… This was one of our consistently productive shows too, a small specialty in Pennsylvania with a group of Cavalier owners that is usually our way to get through a relatively slow summer (kind of hard to photograph dogs outdoors in the summer with scorching heat, and relativelyContinue reading “Another one bites the dust :-(.”
April 7th, 2020 came in with forecasts of evening showers. We were hoping for a slight break or two, and we luckily got a great evening with a lot of broken clouds when we arrived so the pictures flowed. Which do you like more?
So, in a gig based profession like we are in, a pandemic event like what is going on right now where events are getting cancelled and now non essential businesses are getting told they have to close, a lot of small business owners are going to be struggling. We are far from excluded from this,Continue reading “DUCKING Covid 19!”
2020 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show as Photographed by B.S. Photography for Dogs Outside The Ring.
I was always taught the answer is always no if you don’t ask. Well I did ask and V-No Wine Bar didn’t say no when I asked if I could come have a small display for their Must Love Dogs… and Wine event on Tuesday. Happy Dog Baltimore, one of Baltimore’s premier dog walking services,Continue reading “The answer is always…”
June’s first Yappy Hour had us out of the area for the Cavaliers of the Northeast, so we are thankful for the 2nd of the month Yappy Hours.
The Wine Bin in Ellicott City has decided to do 2 Yappy Hours a month May-September (possibly October as well) this year. So even though we missed the first one in May because we were in Richmond for Hedgiecon, we still get to see all of our friends at The Wine Bin.
Old Town Ellicott City is back up and going after May 27th’s devastating floods, sort of. The top end of Frederick Road has had repairs, the sidewalks are in, enough for people to use, and some business were damaged less than others and were able to repair themselves better than others, but The Wine BinContinue reading “Yappy Hour’s Back… Alright!”