Santa photos at Total Pet

This fundraiser is for people to have photos taken with Santa, both human and animal

Santa Pet Pics are back again this year. As always, proceeds go directly to Crooked Leg Ranch.

Pictures will take place at Total Pet and will be over three days:

• Saturday, Nov. 23, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

•Sunday, Nov. 24, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

• Wednesday, Dec. 4, 5 – 8 p.m.

The public is invited to bring any reasonable pet and photos can also include family members.

Photos will be available as quickly as possible and we’re aiming for second day pick up.

New this year, we are offering an email option, which means your photos comes directly to you and you can make prints, post online, etc, all you want.

Costs for photos are

• 1 – 4X6 image $10

• 1 email       $10

• 1 8X10 image  $15

• Package of three items (including 2 4X6 and one 8X10)     $25

Crooked Leg Ranch volunteer Holly Durocher is happy to help out with what she says is a worthwhile family-run organization.

“I help with this fundraiser every year because CLR is a Quesnel family working for the betterment of our community,” she said.

“The photos are very low cost, so it provides a lot of families with the option of getting photos of their human children and their fur babies together in one shot. It’s also a way other Quesnel families can help our rescue society and gain a fun benefit for themselves.”

Interested in volunteering? Email

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