Carisa specializes in capturing fun, honest, and modern photographs of dogs and the people who love them. Please feel free to visit her professional photographic website at www.carisak.com and visit the Animal Attractions gallery. You may also visit her blog at www.ckphotog.com/blog for recent CK Photography news and happenings.
Carisa would love to speak to you about creating refreshing photographs of all of the members of your family, or even just the furry or four legged ones. Sessions are fun, creative, and dog friendly. Carisa has a great rapport with animals and understands the extraordinary connection between humans and their animal companions. Her images are fresh and often humorous, but also moving and poignant. Please give her a call or send an email to set up an amazing experience for your and your furry loved ones.
HSHA is a private nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that has been providing care for homeless animals, as well as education for the community, since 1911. HSHA serves Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry and northern York Counties. The organization receives no funding from government or other animal welfare groups and must rely on private donations and fundraising activities to support its mission. HSHA maintains two shelters: East Shore Shelter, 7790 Grayson Road, Harrisburg, PA 17111 and West Shore Shelter, 710 Eppley Road, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055.
The organization recently achieved its ambitious goal of sheltering all adoptable animals without euthanizing due to a need for space, despite the fact that it takes in between 7,000 and 10,000 animals each year. HSHA also welcomes the public to many fundraising events each year, including the Penguin Plunge, Fur Ball Gala, Hogs 4 Dogs, and Doggie Drag Show. For more information on the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area, contact the director of public relations at 717.564.3320 ext. 100.
Susquehanna Service Dogs a program of Keystone Children & Family Services, trains and provides service dogs and hearing dogs to assist children and adults with physical disabilities to become more independent.
Service Dogs help individuals with spinal cord injuries, polio, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, arthritis, stroke, and similar disabilities. Hearing dogs help people with hearing impairments. Specialty training is provided for each dog depending on the needs of the individual receiving the dog. A child or adult who desires the assistance of a service or hearing dog completes a formal application process. After acceptance into the program, trained dogs and their new owners complete a two to three week training program together. Follow-up sessions are provided on a regular and as-needed basis. A yearly certification test is required. SSD makes every effort to ensure that our dogs do the job they were trained to do. Check out the link below to see our blog.
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Ruffwear encourages everyone with a four-legged friend to get outdoors and find adventure - on a trail run, a day hike, or multi-day backcountry expedition. Ruffwear's mission is to build performance dog gear to enhance and inspire exploration for outdoor adventurers and their human companions.
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