The original big ol’ mug in my life was Biggie. His ears that had a mind of their own, the way he would wake me up 10 minutes before my alarm, how he would balance all 40 lbs of himself on my chest as his weird way of showing affection- just a few of the things that still make me laugh and miss him every day.
Our pack lost him in February 2017 when he was just shy of turning 5 years old. He could have lived another 10 years and it still would not have been long enough. Named after Biggie and my pug-mix girl named Muggsy, I created Bigg Mugg Photography a month later in March 2017.
The mission behind Bigg Mugg Photography is to create artwork worthy of your pet’s larger than life personality and to honor the love they give us.
Absolutely not! Most of the images you see have had the leashes edited and removed. Safety is my number one priority so unless the shoot is taking place in your home the dogs are safely on their lead :)
Yes! I have a soft spot for these kinds of pups as I raised a reactive dog myself. I’ve worked with several dogs that just wouldn’t be comfortable in a public park or in the city. I always offer shooting in home or at less busy times for public locations as an option!