Yay! We here at MMP are so excited to announce the 7th annual Love Your Pet event! And how do we like to celebrate the month of love?
With pets, of course!
We are excited to be supporting the SD Gunner Fund for the fourth year in a row.
(Please scroll below the image to sign up for our fundraising event!)
The SD Gunner Fund was created to assist Veterans and disabled children with the financial expense of owning much-needed service animals. Service Animals require a variety of necessary items in order to perform their service. Those items can include but are not limited to vests, custom harnesses, other assistance items, veterinary visits, and more. Service dogs are trained to support individuals with mobility, hearing, psychiatric, and brain/neurological disabilities. These dogs are professionally trained to meet the individual needs of their partner and completes tasks such as opening doors, picking up dropped objects, assisting with daily dressing, or pulling a manual wheelchair. The SD Gunner Fund can also assist Veterans and disabled children with a variety of “other” financial assistance if needed.
Here are the details about the 7th annual Love your Pet Event!
When? Saturday, February 5th from 10:00 – 3:00
Where? MMP’s RH studio, 10384 Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill
What is included? Session fee includes a 15-minute session for one pet ($10 per additional), an online gallery, and a treat for your favorite companion! Portraits are a separate purchase and collections begin at $25. Please note that all session fees and 10% of each collection purchased will be donated to the SD Gunner Fund.
Are multiple pets allowed? Yes! Your $25 session fee includes one pet. Each additional is $10. All session fees will be donated to SD Gunner Fund. If you would like more time, please purchase two time slots.
What do I need to bring? Yourself, your pet (of course), your pet’s favorite treat/snack/lovey. If your pet is a fashionista, feel free to bring an accessory or two. In addition, all dogs must be on a leash.
Fine print? For the safety of all involved, your pet must be up to date on all vaccinations, be able to follow basic voice commands (sit, stay), be fully house trained, and friendly around all other people and animals. The only exception allowed is for puppies who are still learning voice commands and working on house training.
How should I prepare for my pet’s session? Please consider having your pet groomed a day or two before the session – don’t forget to clip those toenails! Remember that a tired pet is a happy pet, so please walk, run, or play with your pet about 1 hour to 30 minutes before the session. While I do ask all owners to bring their pet’s favorite treat, they will be used as a last resort to capture your pet’s attention. With that in mind, please do not feed your pet within an hour of their scheduled shoot.
How do I sign up for the fun? Click here to reserve your booking!
“If having a soul means being able to feel love, and loyalty, and gratitude, then animals are better off than a lot of humans.” (James Herriot)
See you, and your pet, soon!