First you take (preferably) a camera-shy pet.
Give them a little boost of confidence. Like a nice scarf to wear.
Encourage their performer to break out.
Speak nothing of lights, camera, and action. That will make them nervous. Speak of fame, fortune, and top shelf kibble.
If nerves show in the eyes. Never fear. It will only magnify their fear. That is not what we want.
We want star performance. We want runaway strut. We want diva.
Praise them with love and whispers of encouragement.
Inside your pet, there is a canine goddess waiting to be free. Give you dog the bow to WOW.
With these tips, a chic wardrobe, and a great photographer (heh), your pet will shine in no time.
Straight to the top.
America, just in time for Valentine’s day, we have the next sweetheart of Animal Planet.
Please give her some paw. What a lovely lady and faaaaabulous pet model superstar.
Disclaimer**No pets were harmed in the making of this post. Special thanks to costume designer Molly and stylist/acting coach Sydney.**
**This post may or may not be a result of abnormally cold temperatures affecting the minds of warm bodied (mostly normal) family members who suddenly get the urge to dress and model their dogs.**
**Anna is fine**
That’s a wrap!