Euro Puppy's Blog

Passion for dog photography

February 24, 2010 by sandor.fagyal

This journey of mine began when I started restoring photos about 5 years ago. I found joy in repairing memories that appeared beyond hope at first glance. I eventually expanded my restoration business to offer photography services as well, quickly learning that dog photography is my ultimate passion.

My heart is especially happy when I am documenting our furry friends and their innocent spirit, unconditional love and unique personalities. I have been an animal lover my entire life, growing up with Lhasa Apso's throughout my childhood. I now have a Miniature Schnauzer, Remington, who is my furry best friend and daily inspiration. I am also an avid supporter of animal rescue organizations and no-kill shelters and will offer my photography services complimentary to any local organization who needs assistance photographing their animals up for adoption.

My hope is that I can portray each dogs true soul for the world to see. Even if my photos just speak to one person and leads them to adopt, it is worth every ounce of my time. I am a firm believer that every moment in life should be captured and preserved regardless of how insignificant it may seem, because someday these irreplaceable memories will be deeply treasured.


My main website is,
but you can find regular updates on my blog at
and lots of fun fan photos and updates on My Facebook page 


Kennel Cough

February 22, 2010 by sandor.fagyal

Fighting Kennel Cough? Here is a great resource to help!

Kennel Cough Help was created to increase knowledge and awareness of identifying, treating, and preventing kennel cough.

Made up from personal experiences and extensive research, it serves as the top online resource for kennel cough symptoms, and kennel cough treatment.

Every dog is different and requires a different type of treatment. Kennel cough remedies that work for one dog may not work for another but the main thing is identifying it early. For more information on identifying kennel cough symptoms, and how to care for your best friend, please visit