"Dixie is a three year old miniature
dachshund rescued from Operation
Kindness. She is as charmingly bossy as she is cute, and she loves
snuggling on the couch and being near her family."
"Aggie is a five year old Australian cattle
dog mix rescued from the SPCA. She has endless enthusiasm for everything
she does from taking walks to watching TV to greeting guests. She loves
hanging out with her doggie friends in her neighborhood and spending time with
her family." Karen
me to inquire or order a portrait of your own.
I love chatting about that
sort of thing!
Behind the scenes: Karen, referred by
Xaviers pet parents, (Thanks Ken & Olivia!)
ordered a "1 for you, 1 for me" set of furry faces.
Of her gift to her sister (& herself) she wrote: "They are so beautiful!
I think you captured them perfectly...I'm excited this is something that I can
keep forever to remember how cute and special she is."
That's exactly why I choose to provide commissions!
"Wooly's 16 years old and a rescue
dog. After graduating from college, my daughter Shannon rescued and
adopted him, took him to the vet for his shots, and tightly bonded with and
cared for him for several years. She married, and when she & her
husband moved to Australia for business they took Wooly with them, where he met
kangaroos and koalas. Wooly became a "big brother" to
Shannon's baby girl Ellie, who grew up to love Wooly
dearly. He's also now a "big brother" to Ellie's baby sister
Everyone who meets Wooly falls in love with him;
he's very sweet, smart & loving, has a big fan
club. He LOVES treats from Nana Patty, who's known as the Treat
Lady, and loves to walk down to Duck Creek in the neighborhood with Papa
Steve, his walking buddy. Wooly also loves to "fake bury"
milkbones in his bed and to chase the squirrels in the backyard."Patty
Contact me to book or inquire about a portrait of your own.
Dottie: "A rescue
puppy that my son adopted at six weeks from a shelter. She was a
determined and assertive little dog that loved to go to Palo Duro Canyon
near their home. Dottie died in September
from lymphoma. My son and daughter in law had been taking her to a veterinary
oncologist for chemo treatments for almost two years. Their generosity gave her
an additional two years of quality life. She will be missed and I know
they will treasure your portrait." Ellen