Education

  • What to Do if Your Dog Eats Chocolate

    Chocolate can lead to illness and even death in dogs. Vets say it’s one of the most common causes of dog poisoning. If you think your pooch might've eaten chocolate -- especially the darker kinds -- call your vet right away.

  • PORTFOLIO: Hana the rescued kitten

    I'd like to show you some framing and color options created for the custom pet portrait for Hana. The cat's owner wanted custom framing and the pet illustration colors to compliment the room where the cat art would be hung.
  • San Diego Pets Magazine announces the launch of Rescued Tails

    Rescued Tails™ pet portraits are available in various color pallets with the options of bright, pastel, natural or custom. In addition to printing and/or framing your illustration, you can put your best friend on a tee shirt, mug, etc.
  • Dog's Body Language 101: THE FULL BODY

    Lesson Six

    In closing of “Dog’s Body Language 101”, we review the message a dog gives out with the position and actions of his entire body.

  • Dog's Body Language 101: Body

    Lesson Five 

    Today we will learn about the message a dog gives out with the position of his body.

  • Dog's Body Language 101: EYES

    Lesson Four

    Today we will learn about the message a dog gives out with the position of his eyes.

  • Dog’s Body Language 101: TAIL

    Lesson THREE

    Today we will learn about the message a dog gives out with the position and movement of his tail.

  • Dog's Body Language 101: Ears

    Lesson Two

    Today we will learn about the message a dog gives out with the position of his ears.

  • Dog's Body Language 101: Mouth

    Lesson One

    Dog’s Body Language 101: MOUTH Lesson One Today we will learn about the message a dog gives out with the position of his mouth. 

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