It’s hard to believe that we are at the end of the year. Though, I doubt many of us will be sad to see it go!  This post is a roundup of horse and pet blog posts over the last year. I’m very behind on blogging sessions but one day I will hopefully get to it. Life of a small business owner, am I right? In the meantime, check out some of these horse and pet blog posts from the last year.

Girl with Gray Horse touching muzzle

 

Blog Posts For Pet Owners

 

 

7 Reasons Why you Should Hire a Professional Pet Photographer

How to Choose a Pet Photographer

Pet Photography Options

Pet Photography: FAQs

Chattanooga Pet Photography: Meet Stormy

Chattanooga Pet Photography: Meet Pebbles

Would a Commercial Pet Photographer Benefit your Pet Business

Chattanooga Pet Photography: Meet Winter

Chattanooga Pet Photography: Meet Stormy & Pebbles

 

Great Pyrenees Puppy

 

Blog Posts for Horse Businesses & Pet Businesses

 

Regardless of if your horse business or pet business is a product, such as a fly spray or a type of feed,  or a service, such as a dog trainer or owner of a horse boarding barn, your business can benefit from professional photography that can help your brand to develop its visual voice. Learn more about how commercial photography can help your horse and pet businesses here.

 

Commercial Photography for Horse Businesses

Photography for Pet Businesses

Commercial Photography for Pet Businesses

 Photography for Horse Businesses

 

 

Espana Silk Product Commercial Photography

And Finally…

 

I hope you find these blog posts helpful.

If you enjoyed reading this roundup, you can look back at some earlier roundups here:

2020 Blog Post Roundup

Midyear Roundup for Horse Owners

Midyear Roundup for Pet Owners

As we leave this year behind and look forward to hopefully better days, I wish you health and happiness – along with lots of horsey hugs and puppy cuddles.

 

Betsy Bird of Ride the Sky Equine Photography spends her days doing insane things to make animals look at her. Clearly, she’s desperate for attention. Betsy is a Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) with the organization Professional Photographers of America (PPA). The CPP designation is held by fewer than 2,000 photographers nationwide and is a hallmark of consistency, technical skill, artistry, and professionalism.

Ride the Sky specializes in on-location photography for equines and pets, and has the option of bringing the studio to the stable. Additionally, Ride the Sky provides works with equine and pet brands and businesses to provide commercial photography for their advertising and marketing needs in both the digital and print spaces. Based in Chattanooga, TN, Ride the Sky Equine Photography works on location in Tennessee, North Georgia, and beyond.

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