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  • The Persimmon Images studio is closed.

    As of December, 2015, we are no longer accepting new clients for weddings or portraits except on a limited by-referral basis or for repeat clients. If you are a current client and have any questions or requests for us, please email us at love [at] persimmonimages [dot] com or call/text Kat at 206.354.2212.

    Thank you for your years of business, support, laughter, and love!

    - Kat & Justin

Corwin the Corgi | Seattle Dog Photography

We have a furry new addition to our household! Meet Corwin, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, pictured here with two of my younger sisters…

Seattle pet photographer and family with corgi puppy at Alki beach

We adopted Corwin from Brookehaven Corgis, a respectable breeder on Whidbey Island, when he was 9 weeks old. He’s now four and a half months old, and we love him to pieces. He’s very smart and so eager to please, and quite food motivated, as is most of his breed. We’ve been spending a lot of time learning to care for him and training him to be a respectful boy. We’re done having to get up at 4am to let him out to potty, but I still feel like I’m spending most of my days looking after a two-year-old. He takes up a LOT of my time, and I’m woefully behind on some work-related projects. He’s terribly cute, though, so even when I’m stressed I just have to look at him to smile.

Here’s a look at eight weeks of baby corgi. How he’s grown since we got him!

Sleeping corgi puppy near fireplace

Crate training Seattle fluffy Welsh Pembroke Corgi puppy

Belly-up baby Welsh Pembroke Corgi in Seattle WA by Persimmon Images PhotographersCorgi puppy in the snow in Seattle

Welsh pembroke corgi puppy dog photography in Seattle Washington snow

Seattle dog photographer Kat Speyer captures a corgi puppy with snow on his nose

Corgi puppy and tabby cat friend by Seattle pet photographers

Welsh corgi puppy in Snow in Seattle

Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy dog photography

Welsh Corgi puppy eating a lamb bone pet photography

Corgis meeting to play for the first time

Tabby cat sleeping in the bed that belongs to a corgi puppy

Windblown corgi puppy on Alki beach in Seattle by pet photographers at Persimmon Images

Dog photography of Corwin the corgi puppy in SeattleCorwin the corgi

Corwin the Pembroke Welsh Corgi in his room

Nodakademic - I’ve been waiting for this doggy-pix post!! I especially love the one of him with Rupert in the background in the snow. Gah. Adorable.

Amanda - So gorgeous!!! What a natural camera hog!

Erin - He is adorable. Looks like my parent’s Corgi when he was a puppy. They never to seem to grow into their ears!!!

Karen @ Sugarspicelivin - I die. So freakin cute!! I want to squeeze him!!

Vicki - There’s only one word to say: “Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!”

Kristin ~ Bien Living Design - SO CUTE! Congrats on the adorable pup! 🙂 Love the picture of the cat in his crate…funny 🙂

Michelle Simpson - Such a darling dog!

Mary Cyrus - Eeeheeheee! Corgis crack me up. Their little minuscule legs! And their giant ears! Eeee!

annsoh - Hello, My friend told me about your website:) Must really say that you take beautiful pictures!
Would it be okay if I borrowed the images to ( ) to my design & to my animals there, and it would be okay if I sold a picture of your when they buy an animal from me. for stable money, obviously not for real.

Of course, it will say on the pictures that you are the photographer and the design, it will say that you are thephotographer and I’ll link to your website. 🙂

Love / / Annsofie (Sweden) 🙂

Kat - Hi Annsophie. I’m glad you like my photography! Unfortunately, I can’t allow you to reproduce the photos from this site without being clearer on their use. It’s important for me to protect my image copyrights. If you want to send me an example of your intended use, I am happy to take a look at it and tell you what I think!

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