Home for Life | Shelter Visit

Every time I travel to a pet session, adiposity I find a shelter to get my canine (and feline) fix at . Recently my travels took me to Home for Life Animal Sanctuary on the Minnesota/ Wisconsin border.  These lucky animals get this place as a permanent home, ask and they have so much fun with the staff there. You can see some more highlighted photos here.

I absolutely adore these types of sessions – so if you are interested in having me come to your town for a shoot, price let me know if you have a favorite shelter you would like me to partner with!
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3 Comments

3 Comments on Home for Life | Shelter Visit

  1. Brenda Hyllested
    December 6, 2013 at 4:04 pm (4 years ago)

    I have been to the Home For Life website…to say the least it was humbling to see the depth of there commitment for the animals that have found there way to Home For Life. The pictures are wonderful as well as the bios for the pets.

  2. Alison Durell
    March 7, 2014 at 2:47 pm (4 years ago)

    What a privilege it must have been to experience the Home for Life in person! It is such a heartwarming story of so many dedicated to preserving life, the commitment to house and provide surgery, physical therapy, whatever is needed to meet each individual pet’s needs. The entire article with its information and amazing pictures left me in tears. Thank you for showcasing such an impressive animal rescue home.

  3. Alison Durell
    March 7, 2014 at 3:16 pm (4 years ago)

    P.S. “Your eagles” must be circling and watching over you with great pride, Hannah. March is Women in History Month, and it certainly seems like you are making a wonderful difference with your travels to animal shelters, many speaking engagements, and mentoring sessions. Many fans of your work are so proud of you! I’m sure the shelter rescues consider you their “guardian angel.”