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Book a shoot if you live near his next tour stops or donate to his GoFundMe campaign.
Photographer Adam Goldberg held his first pet photo shoot fundraiser in July 2016. Since then, he has put on 25 such events and raised more than $20,000 for shelter animals. Here’s how the shoots work: Goldberg sets up shop at an animal shelter or other location, takes portraits of dogs already lucky enough to have homes, and donates 50 percent of sitting fee and print proceeds to the associated animal shelter.
The photographer has several fundraisers planned along the east coast in August and is raising money for expenses through a GoFundMe campaign — he’s already raised $2,058 of his modest $2,500 goal. Consider making a donation if you don’t live close enough to book a shoot at one of these locations:
Visit Goldberg’s website to see more of his portraits, and while you’re there, check out his other photography passion: the Pit Bull Picture Project. Goldberg says, “The goal of the project is to take photos of Pit Bulls to show off their goofy and funny side to inspire more adoptions.”
Thank you to Goldberg for all he does to help homeless animals find forever families, and to change minds and hearts about bully breeds.
This longtime journalist loves dogs, so much so that she made them her day job in 2014 by joining Dogster.com as Senior Editor. She lives in Houston, Texas, with her sweet and stinky Boston Terriers, Dolly and Spot. Read more of her writing on Dogster and friend her on Facebook.
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