Thank you for viewing our shelter photography. In October, 2011, we started taking pet portraits - using whatever resources were at hand - at the Orange County, Florida, Animal Services Pet Rescue and Adoption Center, located at 2769 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL 32839-2162.

Available pets from Orange County can be viewed at http://www.ocnetpets.com and at the Facebook page maintained by the shelter, found at http:/​/​www.​facebook.​com/​orangecountyanimalservices.

In May, 2013 we began working with Osceola County Animal Services, located at 3910 Old Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, FL 34769. As they expand their public outreach to place more of their animals in good homes, for the time being their adoptable pets can be viewed here: http:/​/​www.​osceolacountypets.com. Please help us help them by publicizing the excellent work their staff is doing to put the focus on live animal release.

Our volunteer photographers are of all skill levels, from professionals to enthusiasts to point-and-shooters, but all participants have a common desire and passion to pawsitively present shelter animals to the public as viable and desirable pets. As our collective experience grows our methods (hopefully) will attain a consistently higher quality and rate of success.

We hope you will share our pawsitive vision and our inspiration. Pass the word, adopt a pet, make a friend, save a life.


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Pawsitive Shelter Photography ("PSP") is a volunteer organization operating in the Orlando, Florida area. Our mission is to use photography to present shelter animals to the public as appropriate and deserving pets and companions. By maximizing adoptions and emphasizing the need for shelters to better market available pets, we hope to reduce abuse and neglect of domestic animals and lower rates of euthanasia.

Our long term goal is to create an economical photographic system and workflow that is easily transferable to rescue groups and shelters with scarce resources;  one which can be used by persons of all skill levels to present their charges in the best possible light.

We use a combination of photographic best practices, speed and hard work to show the compelling personalities of available animals. We endeavor to provide our work product to the shelter at the earliest possible moment so as to give each animal the longest possible time before the adopting public. 

Donations of ideas, manpower, money, equipment and supplies are welcome and all donations will be used solely to save shelter animals.  You are welcome to use our photos as long as the use is not commercial in nature, you include an attribution to Pawsitive Shelter Photography and include a link back to this website. Also, you must keep at least the same quality as the original photos.  We invite bona fide rescues to use our photos to assist in placing the animals we photograph. 

To learn more about us, see this video, produced by the Orlando Sentinel in July, 2012. http:/​/​www.​orlandosentinel.​com/​multimedia/​os-​video-​animal-​shelter-​photographers-​20120726,​0,​5049819.​story

On December 9, 2013 Orlando television station WKMG featured PSP and its social media outreach efforts in its "Making a Difference" segment, which can be viewed here: http:/​/​www.​clickorlando.​com/​social-​media-​helping-​to-​save-​pets/​-​/​1637238/​23408894/​-​/​s6cjyez/​-​/​index.​html.  In August, 2015 the same station revisited our work and again felt we were "Making a Difference."  View the video here:  http://www.clickorlando.com/glamour-shots-help-dogs-find-homes/34591322


On July 30, 2014 Orlando Weekly awarded Pawsitive Shelter Photography its "Best Do-Gooders Doing Good Award" for 2014, an honor we are truly pleased to have received from a class publication. Thank you.

 

In July, 2015 Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs honored the collective dedicated and hard working members of Pawsitive Shelter Photography with Orange County's 2015 "Distinguished Citizen of the Year Award."



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Guestbook for PAWSITIVE SHELTER PHOTOGRAPHY -- Saving Good Pets Through Better Photography
20.Nabeel(non-registered)
Beautiful work!! Am excited to see your work to help dogs!
19.Amin Razvi(non-registered)
Hi! I send You like for everyone with photos our homeless dogs! Regards from India!
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Your blog is really nice and unique.I like it so much. Looking forward to going over your web page again. Thanks for sharing.
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Well, I loved the concept you people have adopted in order to help the street dogs and thereby creating an opportunity for them to have a proper shelter. I would love to adopt this method here in my state too.
11.Heather Carr(non-registered)
Great site, great job! I would also be interested in a training seminar!