A Blur of Fur? Not With Our Tips for the Best Pet Pictures

pet photosPhotographing animals can feel like an exercise in futility. Indeed, so much personality can be lost between experiencing the moment and capturing it for posterity – but your coinciding frustration doesn’t have to be the only guiding force. Not only can you snap beautiful images of your beloved pet, but it can also be a fulfilling opportunity to bond with your furry best friend. The Pet Experts at Naperville Animal Hospital have put our heads together for the best tips and tricks for compelling and natural pet pictures. Ready? 3, 2, 1…cheese!


Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop

When you see your pet looking indescribably cute, it’s normal to want to take a few pictures. We’re lucky to be able to snap away on our phones or digital cameras, but even when programmed for “action,” pet pictures can still come out blurry. Try setting your camera to burst mode and discard the shots that don’t accurately depict your pet’s distinct personality and character.


Your Pet and New Baby Have a Lot to Learn

pet and new babyPets are creatures of habit. In fact, they not only rely on routine, but their overall health and wellness depend on it. They enjoy anticipating meal times, walks, and snuggle sessions. They look forward to when owners typically reappear at home. In short, they do not welcome change or household disruptions – at all.

However, a pet and new baby is one of life’s most joyful combinations. While it may not necessarily be the quickest or most graceful adjustment, with these tips from The Pet Experts at Naperville Animal Hospital, you’ll have one big happy family in no time.