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I’ve been photographing lots of animals for different rescue organizations the past months. I quit counting the number a long time ago. The animal rescue community is an amazing network of the most dedicated and compassionate animal advocates.

“Photographing animals is my passion.” ~ Jill Flynn I am passionate about animal rescue. It’s an honor to work with and take photographs for animal rescue organizations.

Animal Rescue of the Rockies rescues homeless dogs and cats from overcrowded municipal shelters and underserved rural shelters by placing them in loving foster homes until permanent adoptive homes are found. We promote spaying and neutering to reduce pet overpopulation and encourage quality relationships between pets and their people through behavior resources and training. Our long-term goal is to establish a no-kill sanctuary where homeless dogs and cats can live happily until they find…

Detroit Dog Rescue Series by Lisa Cervone

Witnessing joyful 'firsts' can be a magical part of animal rescue. HeARTs Speak member, Melanie Fuelling of SmilesandRoos photography captured little Juliets' first time on grass so beautifully. That look on her face says it all, don't you think?

Giving back to the community and helping homeless animals, Nicole denotes her time and talent photographing for local pet shelters. ”They use my photographs to help give deserving pets a second chance.” Nicole shared.

Good morning, Norbert! You're looking rather dapper today. This little fellow is at Hunter Animal Rescue in sunny Australia. Thanks, Shoot-Ya-Pooch Pet Photography! Had to be tough not to bundle this one up and take him straight home.