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Vineyard Dog Photos in Chino CA

Greyboy Pet Prints is offering vineyard dog photos in Chino CA for those desiring an adorable portrait of their dog companion that they can enjoy for decades to come! On September 30th and October 1st, a total of 4 photography appointments are available for pet doting parents. Read the details below and please note these appointments are first come, first served, so read on and grab your spot!

Vineyard Dog Photos in CA

Cute Puppy Pictures at Home in Chino


Meet Zeno, the Boston Terrier puppy who got cute puppy pictures taken at home in Chino, CA!

He was a wiggly little pipsqueak that kept us laughing the whole time while we were photographing him! Towards the end of his doggie photo session, I was able to capture some cute puppy pictures of Zeno sitting still on his own looking ADORABLE! That is an irresistible puppy expression, don’t you think? Who can say no to that face!


How To Help Pets Affected by Hurricane Harvey

I keep asking myself how to help pets affected by Hurricane Harvey and thereby help the people who own them!

It’s heartbreaking to listen to and watch the news showing pictures of dogs, cats, horses and so many other animals affected by Hurricane Harvey and needing rescue along with their people! If you have not seen the coverage yet, read HERE the recap in pictures from

I’ve been seeing some great resources come through and wanted to share as I know we are all trying to figure out how to help – mostly from afar. Here are the organizations I know of that are currently aiding people and their pets. Please share this information! The people and pets of Texas will need so much help in the coming weeks and months. Not only do these Texas pets need rescue from the current storm, but a lot of them will need new homes as Texas residents are surrendering their pets as they forsee a very difficult future for everyone involved.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you Texas!

Feel free to grab and share this graphic below so people know how / where to help!


Here are the specific websites from which to help:

Of course there are many more organizations helping pets and their people in Houston, but these are the ones I’m familiar with:

My Favorite SuperZoo Products for Cats and Dogs

Are you like me? Because my pets are family, I want to make sure they are getting the best care and best products to help them lead a happy, healthy, long life. Normally on this blog, we are talking about Greyboy Pet Prints pet photography and handmade pet portrait etchings, but I know my clients will benefit from hearing about these products.

Below are the AWESOME goodies I found at the 2017 SuperZoo tradeshow in Vegas (over 4 miles of things to see!). I’m trying these to solve problems I’ve noticed with my own pets (fleas, chance of getting lost, helps for walks, great food options, and calming products). So, here are my favorite SuperZoo products:

FLEA problem solved (no more dangerous topical flea meds!):
I had previously shared about essential oils and how they can help fight fleas (and other ailments). To also help fight fleas and ticks naturally, I found at SuperZoo:

Vet’s Best Flea & Tick Spot-On (Plant Based Formula) For Dogs:


They have lots more sprays, etc. but I was interested to try this since it’s what we are used to (topical application): Ingredients: Clove Oil, Thyme Oil, Cinnamon Oil, Isopropyl Myristate (synthetic oil used as an emollient, thickening agent, or lubricant in beauty products), Vanillin (primary component of the extract of the vanilla bean).

Senior Dog Pictures for Alfie


Alfie, the cute wiener dog in Fullerton, was photographed at his home with his 2 dog buddies and family.

His mom and dad had seen the Greyboy Pet Prints pictures hanging at Advanced Veterinary Internal Medicine (AVIM) in Tustin, CA and called me about getting senior dog pictures at their home in Orange County.

Photo-Session-Dachschund-Sitting-GrassAlfie’s mom asked if it might be possible to get senior dog pictures of her buddy Alfie before he passed. She explained that he was diagnosed with congestive heart failure and wanted pictures sooner, rather than later, as they weren’t sure how much time they had left with their Alfie.

A few days after our call, I came out to their home and met Alfie and his doggie buds Coco and Chimi (Chimichanga). They showed me around their home and yard while telling me where Alfie usually hangs out and I chose a few of those spots for pictures that are definitely “Alfie.”