As you can see by our logo, Max means a great deal to me.
I adopted him in 2002 from St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, NJ when he was just turning one. He was skinny, a bit frightened and had a serious bout of separation anxiety. I took him home and we quickly became best friends and pretty much inseperable, just ask my friends.
He is the sole reason The Dog Files exists. No Max, no Dog Files. It’s really that simple. He inspired (and continues to inspire) me to figure out what I really wanted in life. I could never thank him enough.
Love ya, Max!!!
This was his Petfinder picture, taken before I knew him.
This was taken at his first photo session about a month after I adopted him. One of the photos from this session became The Dog Files Logo.
Max’s first Christmas with me. Take your dog’s picture with Santa, set up by St. Hubert’s at a local mall. All money went to the shelter.
Max and I. Goatee long gone!
Max the Patriot on July 4th at my parent’s house.
Like all good hounds, Max loves his toys!
Max stretching as he wakes up.
The Regal Max.
Max and I during the filming of The Dog Files Photography episode #7.
Max enjoys the grass in our backyard.
Max at a location scout with me for a upcoming War Dogs Dog Files episode.