Search Session Types

Newburyport Dog Photographer ~ Last Hope K9 Event in Portsmouth NH

We had a gorgeous Fall afternoon up in Portsmouth, NH this past Saturday at the Last Hope K9 event. Hosted by Bill and Maribeth, owners of Canine Cupboard, there were five dogs available for adoption. This is the first event I’ve covered where a dog didn’t get a deposit or adopted. Not sure why as there was a variety of lovable dogs in all shapes and sizes. So we’ve packed this blog with loads of fun portraits of them all. And we even have a Behind the Scenes video too!

First up is Eunice who is a one year old Pit Mix whom we had the pleasure of meeting at an earlier event this Fall at another event in Newburyport. She’s got tons of energy and needs some basic training but her heart is pure gold. She’s photographed here with her lovely foster Mom, Claudia, whom she clearly adores. We made sure to get some fun photos of her at play with her new toy too! (Thanks Canine Cupboard!) xx


Next up is the adorable little old man, Roscoe. He’s an eight year old Cocker Spaniel who is blind yet still seems to know exactly where his ball is! 😉 If he’s not playing with his ball, he’d like nothing better than to snuggle on your lap. Total sweetie. He’s photographed here with is rock star foster Mom, Julie.

There’s usually one dog at every event I’d love to run off with. Meet Scooter. He’s about one year old Pit Mix (maybe some Rhodesian Ridgeback?!) and a total package. Loves all people, dogs and is great with cats too! He’s photographed here with his awesome foster Mom and Dad, Lena and Bo.

Most photogenic pup of the day goes to 4 year old chihuahua mix Gladys Cooper. That little hoodie. Can you stand it? Foster Mom Maureen said she gets along great with all her other foster siblings and is a hoot. She even did a little dancing for us in the video. Love.

Finally wee little Flint another Chihuahua Mix. Only four months old he had a bit of snooze during the event but as soon as we brought him out in the leaves he perked right up and had us all in hysterics as he jumped around and played (see video.) Not going to lie. He was super fast and hard to photograph in a short time frame but hopefully we captured his essence here.

LHK9 Rescue is all volunteer organization and relies on donations to do all the work they do. No cashola? You can volunteer any number of ways from transporting a dog from QT to their foster home or be a handler at one of their weekly weekend events. Like their FB page and subscribe to the Events page if you haven’t already to keep in the loop.

#adoptdontshop #rescuedismyfavoritebreed

Please “Share” and/or “Like” if you do!

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to follow our adventures in both the dog and human world.

©Kerry Hook of Kiki Larouge Photography. Unauthorized use of copyright images is prohibited.

Timeline 11/16/16

Say Hello!





Get Social