We used what Lightroom (and I think Photoshop) calls spot removal and healed/cloned that area of the picture. Unfortunately, we have had a bit of practice using the spot removal tool because of a lack of foresight on our part. 😏 For the 2 pictures that we used Photoshop to replace the background in, we used the erase tool to erase the background and fill it in with a solid color. Then we used the selector tool, created a layer via cut and deleted the background. After that we dropped what was left of that picture onto another picture of a similar background and stretched it to fit. Hopefully, that explanation makes sense?
Our Shetland Sheepdog aka Sheltie was patient, I think she was hoping for a treat!?. 😄