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Photo studio gives dogs a better shot at adoption

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A local pet photography studio is giving back with some pictures that will make your heart melt.

Oh My Dog! Photography teamed with Second Chance Dog Rescue to capture beautiful pictures of rescue dogs.

It's a big day, and nerves are high. In just one click and the right moment, Tee Taylor and Mike Fish are able to orchestrate just the perfect profile.

"They just bring joy. Anything that brings this much joy has got to be a good thing," Tee said.

It's a great thing, adoptable dogs given the glamorous treatment, hoping to find their forever families. But don't be fooled – they make it look easy.

"We try to make it a kind of calm experience. A lot of them have been through so much. We don't want to scare them anymore," Tee said.

Using their tools of the trade, Tee and Mike are able to capture the dogs' unique personality. It's something the rescue organizations are counting on.

"Because these animals don't have a voice and they need someone to help them. They didn't ask to get into these predicaments," Sandra Simpson of Second Chance Dog Rescue said.

"I can't say enough of good work these rescues do. I'm glad we can do something to help it," Tee said.

Dogs who are waiting to make the perfect match, thanks for some new profile pics. They're so deserving of a second chance, and an opportunity to be showcased in their best light.

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