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  • Welcome to Adrian Hitt Dogography

    Thank you for dropping by. If you love dogs and photography, you have come to the right place! I am an award-winning dog photographer based in Nashville, TN and travel nationwide doing what I love most - photographing your beloved dogs and the unique life you share with them. Here you will find sneak peeks into my latest dog art, musings about my rescue dog, Benny, insight from dog experts and a few of our favorite pet products. Be sure to check out favorite dog photos in my portfolio, utilize our list of dog resources, find out more about everyone at Adrian Hitt Photography and drop us a line if you are interested in your own custom dog session. I am your dog photographer for playful, modern works of art. Woof!

Commercial Dog Photographer – Fun Project

This week I got to be a part of a really great project. I can’t say much yet, but here’s this sweet guy to hold you over!:)


Have a great weekend, everyone!





Commercial Dog Photographer – Nashville, TN
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Emily Beaty - May 8, 2009 - 3:05 pm

What a cutie!! I hope you have a great weekend, too!

Lauren - May 8, 2009 - 4:54 pm

Aw…he’s precious.

adrian hitt - May 15, 2009 - 3:43 pm

yes, he is! an absolute sweetheart.

Nashville Dog Photographer – Ewok

Just a quick post today! Doesn’t this little girl remind you on an Ewok?? I think I wore out the VHS tape because I watched that movie so much as a child. Oh how I wanted to be Cindel! 

Enjoy the sun today:)





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Jessica - May 8, 2009 - 8:52 am

Oh my goodness. I want to see so many more photos of this cutie!!

Becky - May 9, 2009 - 3:52 pm

ADORABLE and I wanted to be Cindi too! What kind of dog is this???

Becky - May 9, 2009 - 3:54 pm

oops, I meant Cindel – I couldn’t remember her name!

adrian hitt - May 15, 2009 - 3:44 pm

i know – she looks like a little teddy bear!

Mary Chancellor - November 17, 2009 - 1:42 pm

so sweet… my kids are wanting a “lap dog” to add to our two goldens… what breed dog is this? Thanks!

Nashville Dog Photographer – Walley finds a home

Earlier this week, I blogged about my work with Dogs Dig Nashville. One little guy that was intentionally left out of that post was Walley. He is a Catahoula Leopard/American Bulldog mix who was also looking for a home. I wanted to write a separate post to share this story with you. Shortly after our session, I sent off my photographs to be printed at my professional lab. One of the lab technicians saw my order come through and immediately called and asked about this guy. Alyssa had been looking to adopt and was immediately drawn to Walley. About a week later she flew to Nashville to meet him and take Walley home with her. He is now happily adjusted to his new family and their other dog, Maynard. Alyssa reports lots of kisses and cuddles between the two!


This is the first photograph that Alyssa saw of the handsome boy.


When Alyssa came to town, we decided to have a mini-session to celebrate the adoption!



I am so thankful that Walley is safely off of the streets and in a loving home. Thanks to the work of Dogs Dig Nashville, Lucky Pup, and Earthdog for making this happen!



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Amy - May 12, 2009 - 8:39 pm

What a wnderful story! Happy endings come in all sorts of packages!

Pupsicles – Wednesdays with Laura

When temperatures reach the 80s and 90s, we can grab an ice-cold beverage or an ice pop to provide temporary relief from the heat. But, what about our canine friends? What refreshing treats can we share with them? It’s tempting to give dogs regular popsicles or other ice cream treats, but most of these contain artificial flavorings and sugars that are unhealthy for dogs. However, there are an abundance of holistic alternatives that can be made right in your home! 

This past weekend, as the temperatures reached the mid-80s, Adrian discovered a great pupsicle recipe to help keep Benny refreshed and energetic in the hot weather. The recipe (see below) contains ingredients that are safe for your dog or pup, tasty and easy to find around your home. As you can tell from the photos, Benny absolutely loved his holistic pupsicles—I almost ate one! 


Ingredients (for 3 dozen treats)

2 mashed bananas

1 c. strawberries (fresh or frozen)

1 c. organic apple juice

2 c. yogurt (plain or vanilla)


Puree all ingredients in a blender.

Pour into ice cube trays or small plastic cups and freeze for one hour or more, depending on the temperature setting.

Thaw just so slightly before serving.

Note: The apple juice can be substituted with a jar of baby food (any fruit flavor) because it has great nutritional value and is easy to digest. Just be sure to use an organic brand with no added sugars of preservatives. 



This past week we came across this great Eco-Dog Kit. The kit shows you how to cut back on using dog products that contain household chemicals. It features instructions, ingredients, and bottles/jars that make it easy to make these eco-friendly products including a 100% natural Flea and Bug Spray. Wow! Your dog and the earth will definitely appreciate these new eco-friendly products.  

Have a great rest of the week!


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Adrian Hitt Photography

Melanie Watson - April 29, 2009 - 4:26 pm

Wow… that sounds tasty… even to me! haha. I will have to give it a try for Lucy. Thanks for sharing! :)

mary crow - April 29, 2009 - 4:45 pm

yummy and thanks for that link!

Sara - April 29, 2009 - 9:27 pm

I’ll definitely be making these for Molly this summer! Thanks for sharing the recipe!!!

Emily Beaty - May 1, 2009 - 8:32 am

mmmm, thanks for the recipe! our pup will love that.

Carol - May 5, 2009 - 2:20 pm

Thanks for that! We had been buying Frosty Paws for our next door neighbor’s dogs (the basset comes over and barks for treats) but this will definitely work, and it’s probably cheaper!

Lou Horner - June 29, 2010 - 11:41 pm

What a fab shot! Yea I’m artist too, a painter …cool perspective dear!

Nashville Dog Photographer – Dogs Dig Nashville

Dogs Dig Nashville is a local rescue group that is dedicated to getting homeless and abandoned dogs off the streets of Nashville. Earlier this year, I met up with some of their adoptables for a little photo shoot in order to find them new homes. Almost everyone has a new family, but be sure to check out Luca and Toya as they are still waiting. And a special thanks to Earthdog for donating all of the collars for these pups!


Don’t forget that our contest ends today!


sweet LUCA boy and TINA












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mary crow - April 28, 2009 - 9:42 am

sweet little doggies!! I love that a dog is named Tina.

dave colella - April 28, 2009 - 9:27 pm

great shots! if you shoot for them again and meet kelly tipler, she is a good friend of ours.

Sherri Minunno - May 1, 2009 - 2:38 pm

Hello! Actually Toya & Luca are Camp Chaos pups! They both have found their furever homes, too! thanks for the great photos, Adrian!

admin - May 1, 2009 - 2:46 pm

sherri, that is fantastic news! thank you for sharing!

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