Well, she’s not really mine, but I wish she were mine. Fara has a teddy bear face and the temperament to match.
She was adopted last year by her foster dad, Harry, from North East Rottweiler Rescue and Referral. Harry has fostered a ton of Rotties in his time, and he just couldn’t say goodbye to this cutie pie when she crossed his doorstep.
Harry has adopted a lot of rescued Rotties in the 11 years that I have known him, and over time he has brought
each of them for studio portrait sessions. He orders a classic, framed 11×14 of each dog, and he now has a whole wall
of framed Rottie portraits, all in matching frames.
Fara is an easygoing, wiggly, happy girl. She was a very easy photo subject.
A lot of women look mad when they try to do a serious face for the camera, but not Fara. She can pull it off.
Fara has some other supermodel expressions, too.
I just want to smoosh her face. It is as soft as it looks. Partway through the session she said,
‘I like that chair, I would look good sitting in that.’ Why, yes, you would, Fara.
I love the look of black dogs on a black background, so she trusted me when I told her she’d look AH-MAZ-ING.
And all girls like a little sparkle, especially a mod little Rottie girl.
This is the pose and frame that is now hanging on her Dad’s wall with her Rottie ‘siblings’ past and present.
This frame is so perfect for Rotties, I call it the Rottweiler frame.
Looking good, Fara! A beautiful girl, inside and out.