Visit my all new Going with Grace© dedicated website here: www.petsgoingwithgrace.com
Going with Grace© was founded in 2012 to encourage pet parents to document their beloveds before their journey over the rainbow bridge. I understand the extreme pain of losing a furry companion and sympathize with the empty hearts we feel when they leave us. I strive to create an uplifting experience which celebrates the life of each pet and the bond with their human during a unique & memorable photo session. Your pet will never be forgotten and their personalized photo will be added to the In Memory section on my website. KCTV Channel 5 News highlighted Pets Going with Grace on their weekly Faces of Kansas City feature. You can also read a more in depth interview I had with Dr. Sarah Sims here.
$200 includes a 1-hour photo session for one pet and 10 high resolution digital images that are professionally edited. In-home sessions tend to result in fewer images than on-location shoots due to space constraints. This is offered for pets who are ill & nearing the rainbow bridge. This special pricing is also available for senior pets (Age 10+) Additional digital images or prints can be ordered at any time. I also work with several partners who offer artwork and various products to preserve your pet’s memory. E-mail email@example.com for details.
I will travel within the Kansas City area to the outdoor location of your choice or an indoor location if natural light is available. If you live outside of the immediate Missouri & Kansas region, I would consider traveling to other cities and states for an additional charge to cover gas and/or mileage.
Pets Going with Grace also offers photo restoration/editing services and custom canvas creations. This additional offer stemmed from so many people reaching out to say they wished they knew about my service before their pet had passed. If you already have a favorite photo of your pet that just needs a little extra love, this is a great option for you. Please feel free to share with your networks and any animal hospital or vet clinic who would be interested in displaying artwork or postcards about these sessions.