Dogs and Their Humans creates photographic dog portraits, perhaps with their humans, of dogs in the Peel and Halton Regions west  of Toronto, Ontario. Centered in Oakville, we capture dog portraits in Mississauga, Brampton, Milton, Oakville, Burlington, and Ancaster, plus Hamilton and Toronto.

"Dogs love to have their portraits taken. They're natural models, except when you get them posed perfectly, and then they get up, walk over, and lick your lens.  Roo, this means you!"                     Brian A. Kilgore   

Three styles of
dog portraiture

The Environmental Portrait
A structured outdoor or indoor portrait, in a location that means something to your dog.

The Formal Portrait
Usually indoors, somewhat dignified, and carefully lit.

The Action Portrait
For dogs who love to run and jump.

All styles of dog photography  include several packages of various size prints. And humans are welcome in some or all of the photographs.

Learn more about three styles...



In Andie's own words...

I'm Andie, the Dalmatian, and I help one of my owners, a dog photographer named Brian Kilgore, look after this web site.

I have three jobs.

Sometimes I'm a model, to show off photographic styles and locations.

Sometimes I write here, offering a dog's perspective on having our portraits taken.

And sometimes I'll come along to a photo shoot if the dog being photographed needs someone to run and play with.