Dogs’ lives are too short. Their only fault, really.
AGNUS SLIGH TURNBULL
Yesterday, we received word that Garcia, an English Sheepdog passed on to Heaven. He was an absolute gentleman that was loved deeply by his family. He lived to be 10 years old, which was just not enough time to enjoy his sweet soul. I know that he is sorely missed. His mom is one of the kindest, sweetest people I know, and it breaks my heart to know of this great loss. I hope the memories of his life are vivid for you and that Garcia is like a young pup again – with sight to boot! (And I’m sure he finally got his opposable thumbs)
And Garcia, thank you for your love. May you forever run and enjoy the shade of squirrel-filled trees.
Adrian Hitt is a nationally recognized, award-winning dog photographer who creates modern, playful works of art. Her interest in dog photography is founded in her desire to celebrate and encourage the deep bond that develops between human and animal, parent and dog. In her free time, she photographs dogs awaiting adoption at local rescues and shelters. Her proudest moment? Spending everyday with the inspiration behind her career – Benny a charming -and perfect- black mouth cur shepherd rescue. Adrian lives in Nashville, Tennessee and travels nationwide to photograph America’s beloved pets.