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Michelle Pelberg is the owner of Cow Dreamz Photography



Call Michelle today and schedule your pet's photo shoot!   
602-510-1929

As a pet photographer, Michelle is able to capture the true essence of her subjects with tremendous accuracy. She believes that every animal has a unique personality and story to tell, which she cleverly captures in her photographs.

She is known for and specializes in photographing skittish, shy or overactive animals which has led her to work with many pet shelters, adoption agencies and pet rescues.

Michelle combined her love for pets with her gift of photography and loves capturing pets in their natural setting. She believes that allowing them to be in a familiar environment, like their home, she is more likely to see their true personalities come out. She also donates her time taking photos for Gabriel’s Angels and other animal organizations around town.



Along with pet photography Michelle is in the process of finishing up the construction of her creative community in down town Scottsdale. Located at what used to be Mandall’s shooting range (the sign was of a teddy bear holding a gun) will be a co-working space for artists. The space will have both traditional studio spaces as well as open spaces where artists can collaborate and build a community. 
 


We couldn’t be prouder of Michelle and all of her accomplishments! We are honored she is one of our pet experts in Az Pet Professionals! Stay tuned and we’ll announce the date to her grand opening of her creative community studios in Scottsdale.

Kim


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