Bichon poodle cross

Bichon poodle cross

Meet Gromit who is a Bichon poodle cross!

Bichon poodle cross

Now if we tell you the surname of the owner, I know you will also grin!  She was a Mrs Wallis!  So yes, the name was chosen purposefully, and I just love a geat sense of humour!  We have never had a Bichon poodle cross in the studio before – in fact I think we will have to start up some kind of breed board, so that we can register each different type or cross of dog that comes in, and possibly even have a competition element to it, ie the most visited breed to the studio for example.

Bichon poodle cross

Gromit would definitely be a unique combination so far – and how cute he was too!  His fur felt amazing, just so soft and springy, and he had the cutest teddy bear face toppped off by beautiful perky ears!

Do you have a similar dog, or any type of crossbreed that we havent already met?  We would love to see you in the studio, get in touch via email or give us a call to find out more!


Blue Roan Cocker Spaniel

Blue Roan Cocker Spaniel

Photograph below of the gorgeous Pepsi who is a Blue Roan Cocker Spaniel.

Blue Roan Cocker Spaniel

We welcomed Pepsi who is a Blue Roan Cocker Spaniel for his portrait recently.  Unfortunately Pepsi had to reschedule his original appointment due to illness and life saving surgery.  It was therefore extra special that he was able to come and have his portraits taken, and in fact, as is the case so many times, he was full of beans and seemed oblivious to the trauma that he had just undergone.

A Blue Roan Cocker Spaniel is a gentle and loving character, and once you have owned a Blue Roan Cocker Spaniel I have been told you will always stick with that breed.  Further information about Blue Roan Cocker Spaniel can be found here.

Peps was definitely a character!  He decided if and when he wanted to go on the chaise, and spent alot of time exploring his surroundings and having us all follow him!  Its always great to have a dog with big character in the studio, as that way we get to see there real characteristics and in this case, inquisitiveness.

Whenever we have a dog come in for their Portrait with us, we spend time making a fuss of the dog, and checking that they are happy with their surroundings.  We have had so many people regret not having a professional portrait doen of their beloved dog, and both of us feel priveledged to be able to create such lasting pieces of art to be admired for generations.