Whether or not your pet likes to travel, bringing it to a new environment (studio), creates three problems:
1-Unnecessary Stress. When an animal is introduced into a strange and new environment, it is natural for the breathing and heart rate to become elevated. The
pet must investigate the new environment to determine if it is safe before its heart beat and breathing return close to normal.
2-Longer waiting time needed. When your pet is brought into a strange environment (the studio), it is on guard. Only time will help them relax, which means
time spent waiting and waiting and waiting . . . and waiting.
3-Unnatural results. Even if your pet does adjust quickly, the truth is, studio shots will never completely capture your pets’ true personality, because he/she is
at least a little on guard.