I have had Chico since he was 8 or 9 weeks old. My little boy is now almost 9. Chico has had health issue from the word go – being the runt of the litter. In addition to that, he has always been very accident prone – from fish hooks through his tongue to cactus spines in his tail. I spend a fortune on him over the years. But you know what – he is worth every cent and more.
He has been my family, my best friend and my constant companion. He sleeps in bed when it’s cold and checks on my when I am sick. Chico is the most important creature in my life. That’s why it was very important to me, to have some nice photos of us that I will be able to always look at. Especially in many years to come, when he is not around anymore.Chico and I spend a lot of time at our beach. He loves digging holes in the sand, chasing crabs into the surf and catching waves. A few month ago, Chico and I adopted Olive, a Great Dane girl, into our family. Of course she needed to be in our family photos as well. Apart from Olive forgetting her size and knocking Chico over and standing on my toes all the time, she has found her place in our family and we are now a great little team. I could not have wished for more beautiful souls in my life, who have taught me so much; patience, unconditional love and absolute trust. They will be always and forever in my heart. And I cannot thank Alex enough for capturing our family in those beautiful shots. They mean so much to me… Thank you, Alex. xxx