Friday, May 7, 2010

Photo Shoot Video

We are home from our trip to Coeur d'Alene for the book cover photo shoot with Dr. Marty Becker & friends. 

This is just a quick post because I am heading out to do a photo session this afternoon and need to get my equipment together.  I will do a more detailed about our trip later this evening. 

I cannot convey how very proud I am of Ranger. 

You can see from watching the video posted by Dr. B how many distractions there were.  The dogs all handled them with ease and a cheerful wag of the tail.  Considering the stress they went through to get there, the traveling, staying in a strange place over night, new people, sights, sounds, baby crying, flashing lights...Ranger remained happy and relaxed. 



More later!  

12 comments:

Mama Dash said...

Looks like Ranger was an old pro compared to that wiggly golden... Congrats on the cover shot!

Emma Rose said...

Way to go Ranger! That is going to be a wonderful cover!

Lynn said...

Ranger's the best! I feel sorry for the guy having to squat/kneel all that time! My knees would be killing me!

I must put "Meet Ranger" on my bucket list!! :)

Bandit's Pack said...

What a trooper Ranger was - great job!

Karen said...

I agree on the wiggly golden and the 'killing me' knees!
Made me realize that Ranger is not as big as I was picturing him. Good job Ranger:)

Diana said...

Ranger was a star! Diana

Monique said...

LOL What patience everyone must have had! Ranger was definitely the expert in the room :)

Greenhill Farm said...

Good old Ranger!

arwen-lune said...

He has such a gorgeous grin! Can't wait to see the resulting cover :-)

Life With Dogs said...

Congrats on a successful shoot. I can't wait to see the end result!

BC Insanity said...

What a great Star Ranger is!
Good boy Ranger for having to put up with all those rookies.

Christopher said...

The video doesn't lie, Ranger was the consummate performer. Way to represent Ranger! (And yeah, we know who really deserves the credit. Smart dogs don't train themselves to ignore screaming babies, wiggly goldens, and territorial lapdogs! I think the other handler should have given you that shirt!)