Las Vegas Professional Pet Photographer

About Us

Welcome to Pet Expressions Photography! My name is Rose. I am a professional pet photographer and animal lover, committed to providing excellence in animal and pet photography to owners and breeders in Las Vegas and the Clark County area.

Animals have always held a special place in my heart and life. So, the decision to specialize in professional animal and pet photography was an easy one for me.

Our family includes three rescue dogs and several rescue and free-roaming cats. All hold a special place in our hearts.

Photographing pets always brings me joy.

Seeing the delighted reaction of the parents when I deliver the finished images of their pets is invaluable. Knowing that the professional pet photographs created will always be a reminder of unconditional love, limitless affection, and undying loyalty is priceless.

In Honour of Zero

Pet Expressions Photography started in Las Vegas in honor of our beloved dog, Zero. Zero passed away in 2008.

Back then, I was beginning a college Commercial Photography Program, and I had only blurry and poorly lit snapshots of Zero.

The fact that I did not have any beautiful photos taken by a professional pet photographer touched me so profoundly. It was then that I decided I would specialize in professional animal and pet photography, rather than people-photography, as a service to those of us whose pets are family.

The Joy of Being a Professional Pet Photographer

Photographing pets always brings me joy.

Seeing the delighted reaction of the parents when I deliver the finished images of their pets, is invaluable. Knowing that the photographs created will always be a reminder of unconditional love, limitless affection, and undying loyalty.

Through the professional pet photographs taken, each pet lives on in our memory forever. This is priceless!

Volunteering

As an avid pet lover, I volunteer for the local Trap-Neuter-Return program at Las Vegas Valley Humane Society and Hearts Alive Village Las Vegas.

The program helps to improve the lives of feral and stray (free-roaming) cats by humanely trapping, sterilizing, vaccinating, and providing other medical treatment as needed. Cats are then returned to their original location.

This method has proven effective at preventing free-roaming cat overpopulation, resulting in lower euthanasia rates of healthy cats.

To learn more about Trap-Neuter-Return (TRN) visit Alley Cat Allies and  Neighborhood Cats.

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