How Photography Can Save Pets’ Lives

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This post was originally published on the Petfinder.com blog

By Emily Fromm, Petfinder.com executive producer

The easiest way to show off a pet’s sparkling personality is with a great photo. That’s why one of the best ways you can volunteer is by taking photos of homeless pets for their Petfinder profiles.

 

How Photography Can Save Pet's Lives

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Gizmodo ran the story of (and a video about) Teresa Berg, a professional photographer who volunteers with Dallas-Fort Worth Dachshund Rescue Foundation. Berg’s photos helped the organization double its adoption rate.

“We would cut foster care from three to six months down to eight weeks,” Berg told CBS Dallas-Fort Worth. “That made me feel good.” She now trains others in the art of photographing shelter pets.

Pets who especially benefit from thoughtful photographs include cats and black dogs. Check out the other articles in this collection with tips on photographing shelter pets.

More about photographing shelter pets:

Tips for Photographing Shelter Pets

How to Take Great Adoptable Dog Photos

How to Take Great Adoptable Cat Photos

How to Get Great Deaf Dog Photos

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