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Kaylee Garrick's canine photoshoots can stop traffic in Shetland - and the fame of her very obedient dogs has now spread across the globe.
The year-old student paramedic has trained her pets to pose together for a range of eye-catching images. They are sometimes ed by Fjana, who is owned by Kaylee's mother.
The popularity of their pictures grew through social media, and has now helped raised thousands of pounds for charity. Kaylee, from Scalloway, has been taking photos of dogs since she was 10 years old, back when pictures had to be developed. She said it "came naturally" because her first dog, Flint, was "so handsome against the Shetland background". However, when Flint died from bone cancer inKaylee put her camera down and stopped taking photographs.
That changed after a friend suggested she should look at a litter of puppies in She fell in love with Fenton, who remains one of her star models - and her love of photography was also rekindled.
The camera just seemed to follow my hand," she said. The world went nuts for Shetland sheepdogs on Shetland.
Kaylee said she started receiving more and more requests for pictures. People have come here just to see the dogs. It was crazy. Kaylee said the photos then started getting "stranger" over the years as she started using costumes.
In one, they are wearing caps and waistcoats in a look inspired by the television show Peaky Blinders. Kaylee said that while the backgrounds of some images have been touched up for artistic effect, the poses struck by her dogs are real. She said the secret of their obedience was "trust and confidence". It does not take long at all, as they are so used to it. Kaylee produced a charity calendar for after being "pestered" by people asking if she would do one. She thought a print run of would be enough, but it quickly sold out and copies have been sent all over Europe, America, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
Kaylee, who works as an ambulance technician, said she also used her photos in the back of the ambulance to calm down patients. Turning it into making people laugh has made it more quirky. All images are copyrighted.
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