Keep Taking Pictures
Just as with children, people tend to take pictures of new puppies or kitties, then put the camera away. But your pet is always changing, and the images you one day love the most might be of your companion as a sweet senior.
So get out there with that new camera, whether it's a pint-size point-and-shoot or a sophisticated digital SLR. You'll find that pets are more patient subjects than people, especially if treats are involved for good behavior.
THE ULTIMATE DOG LOVER:
The Best Experts' Advice for a Happy, Healthy Dog
with Stories and Photos of Incredible Canines
by Dr. Marty Becker, America's Vet,
with Gina Spadafori, Carol Kline, and Mikkel Becker
Published by Health Communications, Inc.
Reprinted with permission.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Troy Snow is a professional freelance photographer whose work has been widely appreciated and published. Along with a team from Best Friends, he went to the Gulf Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to help animals and people. The stories from that rescue effort are told in his stunning picture book, "Not Left Behind: Rescuing the Pets of New Orleans" (Yorkville Press). Troy's pictures can be found on the Best Friends website at http://www.bestfriends.org  and on his own website, http://www.troysnowphoto.com 
ABOUT THE BOOKS
All books are available through bookstores or directly from the publisher, Health Communications, Inc.:
ABOUT DR. MARTY BECKER
Nationally recognized as the popular pet correspondent for "Good Morning America," Dr. Becker is also a frequent guest on "The Martha Stewart Show" and Fox-TV's "Morning Show with Mike and Juliet." More recently Dr. Becker and coauthor Gina Spadafori have become contributing writers on the subject of pet care for "Parade" magazine. Their weekly pet column is nationally syndicated, as is Dr. Becker's PBS television series, "The Pet Doctor with Marty Becker."
You'll find more information about Dr. Becker at the Pet Connection:
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