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Old Dogs, New Pics – Celebrating the Last Chapter

We have been working on this big project for a while, and are super excited to finally reveal our plans to you! Adrian Hitt Dogography is proud to announce our first ever Old Dogs, New Pics contest and Mini Session event on Saturday, May 11th. This day of mini sessions will honor those treasured four-legged family members 10 years and older as well as terminally ill dogs. We know that dogs are a part of the family, and our hearts always go out when we receive an email from a fellow dog lover who wished they had a picture of their sweet pup. Adrian is so excited to make this a reality for a few special dogs and their people! We invite you to enter the drawing to win one of our limited complementary mini sessions and a matted print of your beloved dog. Winners will be contacted with the session information and location the first week of May. We invite you to be a part of this very special event to celebrate the timeless love of our enduring dogs. (Scroll down for the details.)

PRIZE: Complementary Mini Session on May 11th and matted print of your dog

TO ENTER: Email us at

INFORMATION TO INCUDE: Your Dog’s Name, Age, Terminal Illness (if applicable), and 3-5 sentences about what makes your dog special to you!

DEADLINE TO ENTER: Tuesday, April 30th

Please share with fellow dog lovers!

Jessalynn is the studio manager for Adrian Hitt Photography. She coordinates smooth operations behind the scenes and updates the blog on what’s the “woof” in the dog world. A Nashville native, Jess uses her degrees in communications and entrepreneurship to support creative business. When she’s not working, she can be found with paintbrush & power tools tackling home improvement projects, trying new recipes & crafts from Pinterest, and tossing tennis balls in the backyard with the main men in her life- her husband and their rescue dogs, Waffles & Rocco.

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Rachel Southammavong - April 10, 2013 - 1:01 pm

This is a lovely idea!!

Brian Good - April 13, 2013 - 12:54 pm

My sweet Maddie is the end of an era..She will be my last Basset hound since 1986.
She is 10 1/2 yrs old and runs the bldg downtown where she lives.
She has touched so many lives and brings smiles where ever she goes. Often, she can be seen at Centennial park, or downtown at many of the festivals.
You are very sweet for offering a wonderful service.
B Good
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