Who is in the photo at right?
I am Liz Bradley and am a self-proclaimed nerd who loves to laugh.
My best friend is my amazing husband and love, Thomas and I adore our dogs, Paddington, Corduroy and Wellington (and dogs in general).
I’m addicted to TV & DVDs, Prada & Burberry glasses, Coach purses & shoes, candy, grocery shopping, and organization.
I am a pet and wedding photographer in Ottawa, Canada. I also run a blog called the Ottawa Dog Blog.
Goji Pop tea from David's Tea.
Any treats for you or your dogs on this occasion?
Carrot cake for me, carrots for the dogs.
How were you and your dogs united?
We brought Paddington and Corduroy home as puppies.
Wellie came into our lives in March 2011 from a rescue in Quebec. I documented our journey with Wellie on my blog.
How did your dogs get their names? Any nicknames?
Our dogs are all named after bears. Paddington and Corduroy bear are from storybooks and Wellington is the Hallmark bear in the UK. They have several nicknames.
Paddington: Paddy, Paddycakes, P-Diddy
Corduroy: Cordy, C-Dubs, Dubsy, Cuteface, Cuteroy
Wellington: Wellie, dubs, dub-dub, Welliebellie, Welly-nelly-jelly-bean
You've got some beautiful wedding photos on your website. Which are more challenging to photograph: dogs or brides?
Dogs are definitely more challenging to photograph, but in the best way possible. I love photographing both dogs and weddings!
Do your dogs have a favorite place to go for walk?
We have several trails around our home and we go to a dog park that is close to us as well.
Squirrel, postman, cat...?
Wellie: Tin Foil
What is each dog's best quality?
Paddington: independence and mothering - she is so great at entertaining herself and making sure her dog siblings are well.
Corduroy: all around loving - she loves everyone she meets!
Wellie: her ears! They are huge and make everyone smile.
If your dogs could change one thing about you, what would it be?
Have me feed them all the time! more treats mom!
What is each dog's proudest moment so far?
Paddington: learning to go up and down the stairs (she has bad knees)
Corduroy: each morning she brings us a toy/present
Wellington: finally mastering housetraining
If your dogs could each answer only one question in English, what would you ask them?
Paddington: Why do you think squirrels are such a threat?
Corduroy: Why is the vacuum so scary?
Wellington: What was your life like before you came into our family?
Visit the Elizabeth & Jane Photography website and blog, and check out the Ottawa Dog Blog.