Artists for Animals invites four-legged friends for photos with Santa

Proceeds from the limited-edition Teresa Berg holiday photos will benefit Road Trip 4 Paws

Professional photographer and co-founder of Artists for Animals Teresa Berg is opening her Addison photography studio to area North Texas pet parents Dec. 8 and 9 for limited-edition, 15-minute photography sessions with Santa Claus.

In celebration of the season of giving, Addison-based Artists for Animals will donate 100 percent of the proceeds from the event to Coppell-based Road Trip 4 Paws, a local animal rescue group that transports homeless dogs and cats from the Dallas-Fort Worth area to other shelters and adoption centers across the country that have a shortage of adoptable pets.

Each registrant will receive one mounted Teresa Berg original 8-by-10 print. Preregistration is required. Call Teresa Berg Photography at 972-250-2415 to schedule.

 The cost is $150 and includes a 15-minute photography session with Santa Claus and a professional Teresa Berg original 8-by-10 print. A portion of the price is tax-deductible.

Teresa Berg Photography is at 4950 Keller Springs Road.

Nonprofit Artists for Animals raises funds to support the homeless pets of Texas. Co-founded by professional photographer Berg and Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Principal Oboe Erin Hannigan, it combines the many talents of North Texas artists, sculptors, musicians, writers and animal lovers in support of animal rescue charities through yearlong events, special programs and fundraising. It distributes financial grants to area nonprofit organizations focused on homeless animals. For more information, visit

Nonprofit Road Trip 4 Paws consists of veteran animal rescue volunteers who are dedicated to transporting dogs and cats to forever homes in other states in order to save Texas pets from euthanasia. For more information, visit publishes every week.
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