Everyone thinks they are an artist these days. Beware of over blown, photoshopped images! Unless that is a style you want, photoshop should be used with a "light" hand. Slight touching up to improve, but not change the image. Disguss what YOU as the client want to see. If you want your dogs to look artsy and over saturated or over sharpened, these can be done, when done correctly, to look very good. BUT, beware of the photographer who uses photoshop like it is an extension of the camera! If you want your dog to look great, but look like your dog, make sure you are heard! This goes back to checking out a photographers gallery - if everything looks over cooked, let them know if you do or don't want that. You are the client, your choices need to be known.