Me with my muse, Bailey!

About Allison Shamrell Photography:

Thanks for visiting my blog! My name is Allison, and I work in San Diego, CA, capturing the personalities of dogs and cats of all sizes & temperaments. I do photo sessions on location and in-studio, wherever my clients prefer! My photography style is natural, playful & soulful.

Here on my blog, I tell the stories of recent sessions and events. You might even find an insight or two into the behind-the-scenes side of my business! I hope you have fun looking around!

If you would like to receive a quick little email to let you know when I publish a new post, see the button at the bottom left of this page! Thanks! :)

619-357-6624  ~  ~  3251 Adams Avenue, Suite C, San Diego, CA 92116

Officially Voted the Best Pet Photographer in San Diego, 2014-2017, by the San Diego A-List.

Guest Post: 5 Things to Remember Before Your Next Vet Visit

I recently asked Market Street Vet for a few quick & helpful insights on the veterinary business, and they sent me a wonderful list of tips on what they recommend considering before your next vet visit! A veterinary hospital isn’t somewhere that pet owners visit every day (I hope!) so I thought a little refresher might be handy for your pet’s next check-up – especially because it’s one of the most important places you’ll take your dog all year. Enjoy this post, coming to you straight from the authority – they were awarded the title of the San Diego A-List Best Veterinarian



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1. Please bring pets in on leashes or in carriers.

Doing so will reduce stress and the risk of injury to yourself and to your pet. Keep in mind that even if Fluffy is friendly Cujo might not like other dogs.


2. Please bring in or have faxed any previous medical record.

This will help make your visit easier and more efficient, having previous lab work and records helps narrow down a good treatment plan for your pet.



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3. It’s always a good idea to bring in a fresh stool sample to check for intestinal parasites.

(Recommended annually) You never know what Fluffy could have picked up during his daily walks!


4. Allow yourself plenty of time for parking.

(Especially in Downtown) Giving yourself extra time to get anywhere always helps reduce your stress and ultimately saves time. We offer two parking spaces in the parking lot next to our building to help out, they are labeled to be used by our clients at no additional charge if they are available.



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5. New Clients/New Patients: Please show up 5-10 minutes early to fill out paperwork.

By coming in a little earlier to fill the paperwork out will help make sure we get all the additional information we need in a timely matter, it will also help getting you and your furry family member in and out smoothly!



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Thanks so much for all your insights, Market Street! I’m sure this will help at least a few of you blog readers prepare before your next vet visit! Feel free to stop by Market Street Vet’s Facebook page to say thanks if this post was helpful to you! 


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San Diego's Best Pet Photographer, voted by the San Diego A-List 2014-2016
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