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What Happens When You Put Two Pit Bulls in a Photo Booth?

By Hanssie on March 6th 2014

Question: When you put two pit bulls in a photo booth together, what do you get?

Answer: Two adorable dogs kissing.


Bumper and Willis, pictured above, are rescues. Bumper was found in a rough area in St. Louis when a dog fighter tried to get her to fight. She wouldn’t engage. A little boy “lured her away” and got her to a local dog rescue, according to her owner. A few years later, Willis was rescued from the largest dog fighting ring bust back in 2009.

To raise awareness for a local St. Louis pit bull rescue, Mutts n Stuff, Lynn Terry photographs dogs. Lynn used to be a cat person, but then one day, her ex-boyfriend gave her a pit bull as a gift and she fell in love. “I have a personal affinity for the breed. They are the underdog and I want to do what I can to change public opinion about the breed.” She loves photographing pits also because, they “make some of the best faces.”

[REWIND: Photographer Helps Save Unwanted Dogs With Portrait Series]

A few years ago, she put two other pit bulls in a photo booth and loved the result:


For Valentine’s Day this year, Lynn set up her photobooth and invited people to bring their dogs for some puppy love pictures. The results? Paw-sitively delightful. (Sorry, couldn’t help myself.

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Now that the photos have gone viral, Lynn is thinking about putting together a photo book. She is also selling her prints on Etsy, with a portion of the proceeds going to Mutts n Stuff.

You can see her work of other animals (and people) on her website and Facebook.

[Via Huff PostRiverfront Times]


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Hanssie is a Southern California-based writer and sometimes portrait and wedding photographer. In her free time, she homeschools, works out, rescues dogs and works in marketing for SLR Lounge. She also blogs about her adventures and about fitness when she’s not sick of writing so much. Check out her work and her blog at Follow her on Instagram

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  1. Ipek Amdahl

    Love these cuties!

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  2. Tanya Smith

    Hee hee. I’m not really dog lover, but these are cute :)

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