Halloween Pet Portraits October 15 & 16 2016

Halloween Pet Portraits by Hubbard Photography, Buffalo NY

Join us for this years Pet Portrait weekend.  Costumes are optional, but can add to the fun.

These special introductory sessions are only $25!

Call Now as sessions are limited to the first 12 callers.

(716) 771-0888 

Halloween Spooktacular 2016!

Halloween Spooktacular 2016 - Pet PortraitsAnnouncing this years Halloween Spooktacular!

October 15th and 16th are our special Pet Days.

Bring your fur kids and scale babies for fun Halloween themed portraits.

Only $25 session fee!

Spots are limited so don’t wait. Call (716) 771-0888 or email [email protected] to lock in your photo session.

June 9th is World Pet Memorial Day

June 9th is World Pet Memorial Day

Today celebrate and remember our special friends who have already crossed the Rainbow Bridge.

Please feel free to share a memory of your pet in the comments below. Pictures are welcome.

Fluffy crossed on October 13th, 2013. It was a Monday. I will always appreciate the outpouring of support from our facebook friends and family.



BFF Seven and Fluffy

BFF Seven the Cat and Fluffy the Bearded Dragon

June 4th is Hug Your Cat Day

June 4th is Hug Your Cat Day!

And if you don’t have a cat of your own, borrow a friend’s or visit your local cat shelter!
Don’t forget, after you give your cat all those wonderful hugs, to treat your feline friend to their very own portrait session.
Book today and receive 50% off your session fee! Regularly $225, only $112.50!

June is National Pet Preparedness Month

June is National Pet Preparedness Month

Do you have a plan for your pets? We have notices on the door that were obtained through the ASPCA letting emergency workers know how many pets to look for.

Our bearded dragon has a tote with her information ready to gom as well as hand warmers to keep her warm in case its too cold out for her or in case of loss of electricity.

Do you have your vet’s number on standby? Do have a friend who can check in on your pets if you are unable to come home?

These are all things to consider and more this month.

National Heat Awareness Day

National Heat Awareness Day – May 27th

Hot Cars Kill Dogs

Never leave pets unattended in a car and keep your car air conditioned so your pooches stay comfortable on the way to and from their destinations.

If you do not need to take your dog with you during the summer, please don’t! There are only a handful of locations that are pet friendly. If your errands do not include places such as the vet, your local pet store, your groomer or doggie day camp, the dog park, training class, or your local awesome pet photographer, PLEASE leave Fido at home with the AC and a fresh bowl of water!

Most states protect those who take action to rescue a dog (or any pet) from an overheated car.

May 16-22, 2016: Dog Bite Prevention Week

National Dog Bite Prevention Week

National Dog Bite Prevention Week® takes place during the third full week of May each year, and focuses on educating people about preventing dog bites. The dates in 2016 are May 15-21.

With an estimated population of 70 million dogs living in U.S. households, millions of people – most of them children – are bitten by dogs every year. The majority of these bites, if not all, are preventable.

  • Prevent The Bite reports that according to the Center for Disease Control, dog bites were the 11th leading cause of nonfatal injury to children ages 1-4, 9th for ages 5-9 and 10th for ages 10-14 from 2003-2012.
  • The Insurance Information Institute estimates that in 2013, insurers across the country paid over $483 million in dog bite claims.
  • The American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery reports that according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 26,935 reconstructive procedures were performed in 2013 to repair injuries caused by dog bites.
  • The U.S. Postal Service reports that 5,581 postal employees were attacked by dogs in 2013. Children, elderly, and postal carriers are the most frequent victims of dog bites.
  • The American Humane Association reports that 66% of bites among children occur to the head and neck.

Source: AVMA.org