It takes a while to edit and upload photos. If your dog's photo has not yet been published, please be patient. There are still more to come.
Interestingly, over the hundred or more dog handlers I approached to photograph their dog, only four turned me down.
It seems our Begonia Festival attendees took my word for the purpose of my blog and I hope you are happy with the fabulous shots of your animals.
If you want a copy of your dog's photo. please describe your dog and get in touch via the contacts page. I am more than happy to email a copy of the photo to you, as a courtesy gesture.
I am not a professional photographer, but a keen ameteur one. I also adore animals and love writing, so it was only natural that a blog combining all my key interests, pets, plants and gardening as well as writing and photography evolved out of my new business venture.
I intend continuing to document animals around Ballarat and will start a regular Dogs About Town series, after I have completed the Dog's Day Out uploads. If you meet me around the lake or in town I always carry a camera, so if your dog missed out this time you have every opportunity for your dog to join the dogs already up on my blog.
I am also looking for enthusiastic pet owners and experts as guest bloggers, or to interview, to tell us about the best and worst things about specific breeds. If you would like to contribute in this way please get in touch through the contacts page.
You could even make a video I can upload to this site. High quality animal videos from our area will be enjoyed by the 2,000 regular visitors to the Pets and Plants website.
If you don't like writing I am happy to interview you and get some pictures of your dog(s), or cats at the same time.
Please feel free to email guest blogger articles and images via the contacts page.
This blog is a place where we can share in our love of animals, celebrate what they mean to us and keep learning from each other in relation to animal care and welfare.
Meanwhile here's yet more gorgeous dogs to enjoy!