It’s that time of the year again so I suppose we can expect to see Easter eggs on the shelves soon enough… In the meantime, Hairy Dog is running a special offer – a serious £20 discount on Christmas gift vouchers. Usually £ 70, gift vouchers are now just £50 until the 31st of December 2019. Stone cold bargain!
- The actual voucher (which is rather lovely), so you have something to hand over!
- A full one hour session in any location within 10 miles of Aberdeen city
- A web gallery of around 30 beautifully finished images
- Two 9×6″ unmounted, archival quality prints
- Leash removal and other Photoshop work where required
|Sorry, sorry… Couldn’t resist at least one cheesy puppy photo.
No I absolutely cannot do this with your dog 😀
The vouchers are valid for a full year and sent in plain packaging so as not to spoil any surprises! You can add print credit if you’d like the recipient to have a stunning, lasting piece of art on their wall, or just stick with the two included prints. The owner can also buy any of our other products (everything from framed prints to metal prints) but there’s absolutely no hard sell.
Needless to say, you can also buy this offer just as a gift for yourself, your family and your dog – if you’ve been thinking about a dog or family photo session, now’s the time to get it and you have a full year to see if it stops raining long enough for an outdoor photo session 🙂
So if you’d like to give a thoughtful, memorable gift which will genuinely be appreciated, do please click through to the website here – Aberdeen dog portrait voucher offer
In other news, recent shoots have seen me stravaiging around Aberdeenshire, from Crathes to Drum, from Banchory to Aberlour and plenty of other places in between. Having a very lively and lovely 13 year old dog and also a seven year old son does result in many days out, all of which include a good old romp up mountains, over beaches or through woods. Kasper (the dog) isn’t as speedy as he used to be but he’s never happier than when he’s out and about – the stiffness in the joints evaporates, he still manages the odd sprint, he sniffs everything, chases leaves and squirrels like a puppy and is always overjoyed to meet other dogs.
As with all dog owners, his happiness makes us happy, and I truly believe it’s the same for him 🙂