Portraits of our dogs across the bridge

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As some of you know, we lost both of our german shepherds in 2022. Kane, a bi-color, was 12 years old when he passed in January '22. Kane's older brother/cousin Jax passed in October of last year at the age of 13 1/2. I decided to have digital portraits done of them as an anniversary present for my husband. I'm beyond pleased with the results. What do you think?
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Those are amazing! I've often pondered doing something like that with my old pets.

Soon (Feb 24) it will be one year since I had my sweet little Abigail put to sleep. She was sort of our special needs dog. She acted more like a newborn child than a dog. (Reaction to her puppy shots gave her a 'tick' for a while, then seizures when she became a "vintage" gal. She behaved sort of like a Downs Syndrome child. Super, super sweet and sensitive to the oddest things. There will NEVER be another dog like her. I miss her).

Anyway, I love your photos and I'm sure you must treasure them. They're really great and a sweet, thoughtful way to memorialize the joy and smiles they brought to you. You'll see them in person again someday. Of that I have NO doubt. (Personal experiences I've had).
 
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Those are amazing! I've often pondered doing something like that with my old pets.

Soon (Feb 24) it will be one year since I had my sweet little Abigail put to sleep. She was sort of our special needs dog. She acted more like a newborn child than a dog. (Reaction to her puppy shots gave her a 'tick' for a while, then seizures when she became a "vintage" gal. She behaved sort of like a Downs Syndrome child. Super, super sweet and sensitive to the oddest things. There will NEVER be another dog like her. I miss her).

Anyway, I love your photos and I'm sure you must treasure them. They're really great and a sweet, thoughtful way to memorialize the joy and smiles they brought to you. You'll see them in person again someday. Of that I have NO doubt. (Personal experiences I've had).
I'm sorry for your loss of Abigail. I know I'll see my beloved pets again - Charlie Girl, Jax, Kane (dogs), Kitty, Denang and Bekka (cats), Gracie (horse), Tuffy and Lucy (geese) and Bella (chicken), just to name a few. ❤
 
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