Photographers Travis and Ashley Shulz, of Trav and Ash blog, are offering to donate 100 per cent of photo sessions gift certificates to the Langley animal shelter this Christmas.

A gift that keeps on giving

Photographers Trav and Ash are donating the entirety of their gift certificates for photo sessions to LAPS.

Haven’t found that perfect Christmas present yet for those  hard to buy people in your life?

Photographers Trav and Ash, animal lovers, bloggers and volunteers at Langley Animal Protection Society, are donating the entirety of their gift certificates for photo sessions to LAPS.

The funds will go to medical costs, food, a place to sleep, training, and help to find a forever home for  animals that have found themselves at the Patti Dale Animal Shelter in Langley.

Travis and Ashley Shulz have been doing photo sessions with Langley’s homeless animals for years now, helping to capture the best in these furry felines and canines to help them get adopted.

The happy couple got one of their dogs from LAPS and it started them on a path of wanting to volunteer.

Both in their 20s, and technologically savvy, they knew they could put their talents behind the lens into good use. The pair do photo sessions with new arrivals and hard to place cats and dogs every two weeks.

They have two dogs and a cat themselves.

They say they offer a different kind of photo session. The pair said they really connect with their subjects, making the results really authentic, both pet and humans.

Check out their work at travandashblog.com or call them at 604-538-5628.

 

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