We’d like to invite you, your dogs and cats (and a couple of rabbits/guinea pigs!) to our photoshoot day on Saturday 23rd April 2022 at our hospital in Wellington. Kathryn Anne Photography, known in the area more famously for taking photos at Wellington School and small businesses such as The Blue Pantry, will be coming in to take some photos of our staff doing what they do best… we just need some happy, comfortable pets to join us!
What to expect
We’ll allocate you with a 20 minute time slot between 1pm – 5pm to have photos of your pets taken in and around the hospital. Your pet(s) at all times will be supervised by at least one Mount Vets team member, but you’re welcome to join them if you wish and have a nosey around while you’re here! The photos could be taken in our garden to the left of the hospital, in the paddock we have at the rear of the hospital, in the waiting room, in a consulting room, in a kennel or in the prep room. We know pets can get nervous at the vets so if your pet becomes distressed at any point, we’ll stop.
Once the photoshoot is done (and hopefully the sun is out!) Kathyrn will take a lovely portrait of your pet in our garden and you’ll receive a high resolution digital image to do with what you like. If the British weather is against us, we’ll find a spot in the hopsital that is a little more picturesque!
What the photos will be used for
Your photos could appear on our website, social media channels, around the building or even in some glossy magazines! Photos will only be used by Mount Vets Ltd and Kathryn Anne Photography to promote products and/or services. They will not be sold on to third parties.
If you’re interested in coming along, please fill out the form via the button below to let us know. Depending on the uptake, we may have to reduce either the time slots or even turn away pets if it’s that popular! Don’t worry though, we’ll have another one and you’ll be at the top of our list for the next one.
(Extra points for a recent bath & good looks – your pets of course!)
Examples of the photos that will be taken
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