Words cannot express how adorable Butters the Basset Hound is, so I’m glad I have the photos to prove it! He turns heads everywhere he goes and the compliments are endless – but he doesn’t let that go to his head. He’s as sweet and as laid-back as can be, quiet and unassuming and just wants to be where everyone else is. (Just like the South Park character who inspired his name.)

I felt like I could hear Butters’ Eeyore-like voice while I was photographing him – can you hear it too when you look at his photos? I love this guy!

March 2, 2017 - 7:35 pm

Hazel » Atlanta Dog Photography & Pet Portraits by Leesia Teh - […] the stairs when she’s ready for a meal. She’s been very interested in her big brother Butters, who is being very patient and laid-back with this whole puppy invasion business. The most […]


Bella is sweet little Aussiedoodle who wants nothing more than to be with her people. She’s a quiet girl, always observing and listening. Even while she’s napping, she’ll still listen for a car to come up the drive and then she dashes to the front room, wagging her tail and waiting to see through the window who’s coming home next.

She has a big basket of toys and lots of space to explore, but she’s only ever interested in her alligator plush toy and the room where her people are. When she’s feeling comfortable and content, she’ll roll over for a belly rub and cuddle for hours on end.

Isn’t she a sweetheart?


Baxter is an adorable little guy, a four-year-old terrier mix who loves to be the center of attention. He is the absolute master of the head-tilt – that, along with his expressive eyebrows and big brown eyes, is making it very difficult to choose the final photos for his gallery! I want to show his mom and dad 500 photos but I don’t think they would appreciate that. :p

He is super cuddly and quite the couch potato – after his daily zoomies, he’ll stretch out and nap for hours. He was so lazy that at first we couldn’t get any photos of him sitting up – he would lie down and flop over as soon as soon as we asked him to sit somewhere – and we had to rile him up with treats to get him to sit all the way up, ha!