Pet Photography Session – Max – Cuteness Extraordinaire

Meet Max, a small bundle of fluffy cuteness that will quickly steal your heart. This 12 year old little man is currently under the wing of Before The Bridge Senior K9 Rescue and is lovingly cared for by his forever foster family, Cindy and Jeff.

Max has many medical issues including blindness and deafness… but don’t for a minute think that this stops him. He kept me plenty busy during our photo session as he followed his nose and I scurried about trying to keep up.


Our photo location was the beautiful Kings Park. The day was overcast but with autumn beginning it’s display, colour was everywhere.




Max has a handy stroller that he uses when his little legs get tired and there is still a lot of outdoors to enjoy.




Max and Jeff

One of most notable things about Max is the love he receives from the two special people who forever foster him. Cindy and Jeff are a testimony to how rewarding caring for an elderly pet can be. They take the time and they make the effort, all with kindness and great affection. In return Max adores them… how perfect is that!

“I can’t think of anything more rewarding than making the last years of a dog’s life the best that they can be.” ~ author unknown

December 14, 2015 – Thinking of Max… R.I.P. sweet little superhero…
It is with a heavy heart that I share that Max has made the journey to Rainbow Bridge. I am so honoured to have had the chance to spend some time with this little man. He kept me plenty busy that October morning as I followed him about, a smile rarely leaving my face as I enjoyed his Maxy-antics. My heart breaks for his “mommy” and “daddy”. I know this little one will be dearly missed. Rest in peace, sweet Max.



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