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With COVID keeping us staying safely at home, what better thing to do than get a new puppy while you’re staying at home…especially when it’s for your fifth birthday?! That’s just what the Kang Family did last month, welcoming home their adorable new Labrodoodle puppy Beau! And what better way to remember the moment than with new puppy family photos at in Savannah at The Landings?! Little Beau was a tad bit camera shy, but he loved his huge dog cookie and rolling in the grass with Senorita Stella!
Welcome home Beau and congrats Kang family on the adorable new addition!
P.S. Love these new puppy family photos in Savannah at The Landings? Check out my Family Photography portfolio!
P.P.S. You’re ready to chat? YESSSS!!! – – I’m so stoked 😁😎🙌🏻!! Fill out the form below & my assistant Gidget the Chihuahua will let me know it’s time to catch a wave in from surfing!
I would love to hear what photographic ideas you have cooking, whether it be playing on the beach with your family, wandering the Spanish Moss squares in Savannah, hiking up to a beautiful waterfall, or capturing the intimate love at your wedding. I know there are countless other awesome photographers to choose from, so how about we grab a cup of delicious Costa Rican coffee and get to know each other? If the fit is right, I can’t wait to welcome you and your loved ones to the Samba to the Sea familia! Fill out the contact form or email me at email@example.com — you can count on me to get back to you within a day!
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