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December 12, 2018

Cuddle Clones, an exciting start-up company based out of Louisville Kentucky, creates cuddly versions of your favorite furry friend based off photographs. You read that right, this company of pet lovers for pet lovers spare no details, these adorable plushies are true clones of your pet that come without the cost or creep factor of real genetic cloning.

The founder, Jennifer Williams, says that the company was inspired after she lost her Great Dane, Rufus, and made a plush version of him. Since their inception Cuddle Clones has delivered over 40,000 plush Cuddle Clones to happy customers worldwide. Some customers purchase a duplicate plush animal as a way to memorialize their pet while others have had one made to resemble their living pets, proving that plush Cuddle Clones really are for all pet lovers! 

Cuddle Clones retail for $249 and to order, simply enter your pet’s breed, weight, and eye color, choose a few customization options like open or closed mouth, and upload up to eight pictures taken from a variety of angles. Normal delivery takes 8 weeks but 2, 4, and 6-week rush delivery options are available for additional fees. 

In addition to these adorable stuffed animals, the company has several more super cute custom products to choose from including plush holiday stockings, golf club headcovers, and 3D printed figurines all made to look just like YOUR pet! Cuddle Clones is also committed to giving back to the pet community and donates a portion of revenue each month to various pet-related causes and charities from all over the world. Learn more at www.cuddleclones.com

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Cuddle Clones, an exciting start-up company based out of Louisville Kentucky, creates cuddly versions of your favorite furry friend based off photographs. You read that right, this company of pet lovers for pet lovers spare no details, these adorable plushies are true clones of your pet that come without the cost or creep factor of real genetic cloning.
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December 5, 2018

The following article is written by Grant Withers, writer for Sitstay.com.

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CBD oil is a supplement that can help out dogs when they need a boost. It is truly an amazing breakthrough in dog health science that allows dogs to experience the benefits of medical marijuana in an all natural way that is safe for a dog's consumption. Now let’s dive into the top five benefits of introducing CBD into your dog’s life.

Alleviates Arthritis Pain

Dogs are susceptible to arthritis and many dogs can get to the point where walking is an immense struggle. Arthritis is often associated with the breaking down of joint tissue and the swelling of those areas. It is also a cycle that makes dogs move less creating stiffer joints that in turn cause more pain once they try to move. CBD is not only an anti-inflammatory but can help fight the pain your dog may be experiencing allowing them to work the joints looser. This means your dog will be able to move around and get their blood flow back to normal without any pain. 

 

Almost all dogs will suffer from joint pain. CBD is just one part of a multimodal treatment approach. We also would suggest grabbing some glucosamine for dogs as well as getting a top quality orthopedic dog bed. When you take a multimodal approach like this you can see significant long-term results in the quality of life of your animal.

Helps Seizure Sufferers

Another less common but just as troubling problem that dogs may face is seizures, which can be an extremely scary ordeal for pups and owners alike. CBD has been known to reduce both the severity of seizures as well as the amount of seizures users experience. So what does this mean? Well, your furry friend will not only have fewer seizures but the ones they do still experience will most likely be shorter and milder than before. CBD is also a naturally occurring compound derived and extracted from the hemp plant; because of this, it is a great alternative to the medications often associated with seizures which may come with harsher side effects. 

Reduces Anxiety

Dogs experience a wide array of emotions from happiness to boredom, and one emotion in particular that can be a pain for dogs is anxiety. When dogs get anxiety they can struggle to understand why they feel this way, and this only makes the situation worse. Things like fireworks, large crowds, other dogs, owners leaving for the day, and even a change in the furniture of the house can all cause a dog to experience increased levels of stress in their daily lives. One thing that can help them is CBD, as it has the ability to trigger receptors in the brain that help release a chemical in the body which creates a calming feeling. Weighted blankets for dogs can also help comfort and soothe, which can be another great option for anxiety stricken dogs.

Increases and regulates appetite

Some dogs go through periods when they are sick or hurting and this leads them to lose their appetite, but eating is incredibly important, especially during these times when dogs need to keep their strength up. Dogs need a well-balanced diet and by not eating they can have increased problems. CBD is also great for dogs who are known to pick around their food and not get their entire recommended levels of nutrients. A great product my dog loves is CBD infused Coconut oil by Natural Doggie. This oil really helps with dog allergies and itching, and is also great at regulating the digestive system. CBD plus Coconut oil will make sure your dog is not only eating what they need to but will also make sure your dog's food is getting through the body like it is meant to. Also, the high-fat content of coconut oil can really help keep weight on your dog if he or she is ailing. We love this brand, and Natural Doggie also carries a top quality Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil for dogs that helps with immune and skin health. Since it is super high in omega-3s it can also help keep your dog’s mind sharp as they age. You can find the best salmon oil for dogs on Sitstay.com

 

Does CBD Cure Cancer? 

There are a lot of bold claims out there. Let’s be clear that CBD oil for dogs is not a scientifically substantiated way to cure cancer but rather can can help alleviate the symptoms that cancer can cause. This is a misconception that many people have but in no way does that take away from the ways CBD helps cancer patients. CBD is a great pain reducer as well as a way to help your furry friends relax in their cancer-driven anxiety attacks. Along with this CBD has been alleged to reduce bad cell growth associated with cancerous tumors. This is a huge step towards helping out dogs suffering from cancer, as tumors can be a tricky thing to deal with. 

 

CBD has many more benefits associated with it and these are only five that we decided were incredibly important to dogs everywhere. CBD is truly an amazing product to give to any dog and has some amazing health benefits. As with anything you introduce to your dog's diet make sure to contact your veterinarian to make sure CBD is a good choice for your dog. If you want to learn more about CBD check out our ultimate guide that goes into a little more detail and check us out at Sitstay.com

 

Grant Withers

I am a writer for SitStay.com, your working dog headquarters since 1995. Since an early age, I developed a love for animals and especially dogs! I love writing about these furry little goofballs and hope to educate pet parents about anything and everything regarding their dogs.

 

 

 

 

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CBD oil is a supplement that can help out dogs in many different situations during which they need a boost. It is truly an amazing breakthrough in dog health science that allows dogs to experience the benefits of medical marijuana in an all natural way that is safe for a dog's consumption. Now let’s dive into the top five benefits of introducing CBD into your dog’s life.
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December 11, 2018

Tim Welch Art in Danville, IL. is most known for stylistic portrait paintings of people in acrylic or watercolor. In June of 2018 he started focusing his art business on painting mostly pets on a commissioned basis for dog and cat lovers, mostly in the U.S. but even as far away as England. 

Think of one or two favorite pictures of your pets and imagine them as stylized paintings on your wall. Many artists create pet portraits but the fun part of the process with Tim Welch is the level of personal interaction you get with the artist. Tim believes that getting to know pet parents is one of the most crucial parts in creating the art and strives to create personal relationships through social media with his patrons and their pets. Working from your pictures or photos sent via email or social media, he offers a simple 3 step process from your first discussion with him to the time the painting is on your wall. This way you're not left wondering what's happening during the 2-3 week turn around time. You'll even get work in progress photos from him via email or social media throughout the process.

Having a handcrafted portrait of your pet is not as much about vanity as it used to be, its more about honoring our furry friends. A pet brings you a great deal of joy and happiness and a properly pampered pet appreciates how good they have it by the love they give you in return.

"Since our pets can live such short lives and bring so much joy to ours, it's important to preserve your pet's legacy as part of the family. As much as we may not realize (or admit) our dogs are family members and we love taking pictures of them. Since I usually work from photographs everything fell into place and it's great seeing the smiles on clients faces when they show off their new paintings!"

All a dog lover has to do is visit the web site at TimWelchArt.com and fill in the form or contact the artist via email, social media, or phone for pricing and other information.

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Tim Welch graduated from the Master of Arts program at the top of his class in 2002 from Governor's State University, just south of Chicago. His work is mainly influenced by 20th century art movements such as pop art and photo realism. Living and working currently in Central Illinois he sells his work directly to collectors and patrons online cutting out the middlemen and passing the savings onto his customers. 

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Tim Welch Art in Danville, IL. is most known for stylistic portrait paintings of people in acrylic or watercolor. In June of 2018 he started focusing his art business on painting mostly pets on a commissioned basis for dog and cat lovers, mostly in the U.S. but even as far away as England. 
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December 4, 2018

Puppy Pedicure has reinvented how dog nails can be kept short and smooth!

One of the problems with having your best friend being a dog is the care of their nails…  

A dog’s nails grow continuously.  In the wild, or with working dogs, the nails naturally wear down by traveling and working on different terrain.  However, with dogs who enjoy the good life with a loving family, the softer environment of rugs, floors or backyards do not provide an opportunity for dogs to naturally keep nails worn enough to prevent overgrowth. As a result, dogs kept in the home environment are at risk for lengthy and sharp nails. 

If left uncared for a dog’s nails can grow too long.  Nails that are too long can tear, break and even get caught on materials that can cause injury to the nail and paw risking injury and a visit to the vet. Additionally, long sharp nails can cause injury to owners when eager dogs jump up to greet, or play.  

Until now only a few traditional trimming methods were available, nail clippers or dremels (grinders). Neither of these is without stress or possible injury to your dog. 

The nail clipper method, while in the hands of a cooperative dog and an experienced groomer has proven to be an adequate method for trimming nails is not without risks.

There risks associated with these devices such as when a clipper nicks the quick, causing bleeding. The clipper can cause pressure to the nail so the dog pulls the paw away. Once the dog experiences pain, fear of the nail clipper creates new challenges with future nail trimming.

Dremels (Grinders) are another option for maintaining the dog’s nails. This device is a way to gradually reduce the nail, file it to a smooth surface and maintain appropriate length.  The challenge is to train the dog to accept the tool, its vibration and pressure.  Many dogs are afraid of the dremel, and seldom like their paws held long enough for the completion of the trim for all four paws.  

Regardless of the method to trim nails it is essential to avoid trimming too short and cutting the quick. Trimming a totally black nail has an increased risk because it is difficult to know how close the quick is to the end of the toenail.  Once a nail is cut to the quick, the dog remembers the experience and subsequent nail trimming can be a stressful experience for both the dog and the owner.

Puppy Pedicure

A new device is being introduced to the pet grooming market: Puppy Pedicure.  This is a device that teaches the dog to use an abrasive surface to file both the front nails and hind nails at the same time.

The device, when used minutes once or twice per day files the dog’s nails on two abrasive surfaces: one for the front feet, and the other for the hind feet.

Here’s how it works: the dog is trained to stand on the abrasive surfaced ramp and use the front paws to spin the abrasive surfaced wheel.  When the dog spins the wheel, he balances with his hind feet and the nails on the hind feet are filed at the same time.  The ramp and wheel are designed at angles that when the dog makes contact, the nails are filed to smooth and shorten the nails to a natural length. By using the Puppy Pedicure the dog’s nails remain trimmed and neat. 

Training the dog to use Puppy Pedicure is as simple as teaching the dog to look for a treat.

First, the dog is taught to stand on the abrasive ramp. This is accomplished by calling the dog to the ramp and offering a favorite reward for standing on the ramp with all four feet.  The next step is to throw the treat away from the ramp, and then call the dog back to the ramp with a reward for standing on the ramp.  Give this standing behavior a word that is not used for other behaviors.  In this case, use a word such as “trim” or “pedicure” or “nails” so the dog responds to a specific command.

Next, once the dog is secure with standing on the ramp, teach the dog to spin the wheel.  Be patient, this may take a few tries.  First place a treat on the top of the wheel so he will eat the treat from the wheel.  Do this several times so the dog gets the idea that when he stands on the ramp, there are treats on the wheel.  Next, spin the wheel so the dog gets the idea that the wheel turns.  Next, hide the treat behind the wheel so the dog has to “search” for the treat.  Some dogs will automatically search for the treat by using a paw to “reach” to find it, others may need the owner to place a paw on the wheel and reward the paw on the wheel with a treat.  Once the dog places the paw on the wheel, give the reward.  Do this several times, and then move the reward lower behind the wheel to encourage the dog to “reach” for the treat.  Once the dog gets the idea that spinning the wheel is the game, delay the treat for a second or two to encourage the dog to spin the wheel with the left, then right paw. 

Once the dog has the idea of spinning the wheel, delay the reward and create increased action with the hind feet as the dog becomes more engaged in the “game”.  At this time, the dog is using the Puppy Pedicure to trim all four feet: Two on the wheel and two on the ramp.  For increased filing on the hind feet, toss treats away from the Puppy Pedicure and ask the dog to return to the ramp.  Each time the dog returns to the ramp, the abrasive surface interacts with the dog’s nails and assures the trimming action. 

info@PuppyPedicure.com   Puppypedicure.com  / 682-557-5862

                            

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November 27, 2018

Kim Holowatiuk, owner of Sleepy Holow and creator of  Furs 'N Hers accessories, was first inspired to make canine accessories by her own dog, Turner. Read on to learn about her passion for leather, bead and metal work, love for dogs, and experiences creating one of a kind pieces from her own perspective! 

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The bond you can develop with your dog is incredibly special, sometimes hard to articulate, especially for those who are “dogless” and have never owned a pet. Sadly, I was one of those people at one time in my life. Then, when I met my husband who has always had a dog, I was introduced to being a doggie mom and I cannot imagine my life without a dog now!

My first dog was Turner, (we found him in Turner Valley, Alberta) an athletically-build, wiggly- butt, kissy-face, Pointer Lab cross. I was obsessed with him and he went everywhere with us.

I wanted to make Turner something special. Something that no one else had. I happened upon leather work and one of my first projects was to make a dog collar. It seemed so daunting at the time, but with instructions, taking my time, and a few mistakes, I made him a basic collar with his name on it and I was totally thrilled! As I was new to the craft I started making some other things, like wallets, key fobs, journal covers, etc. It was fun, but I was missing the passion for what I was making.

Beading came “back” in style, and I started to get a lot of orders for beaded bracelets as they were all the rage and so, being the dog-crazy puppy mom, I thought to myself, wouldn’t that be cute to make a beaded collar AND matching bracelets for dogs and dog mom’s like me?!

I made my first beaded collar and bracelet set and decided this exclusive line needed a name of its own! Then it hit me... Furs ’N Hers!! It was cute, it was kinda corny in an adorable way, and it was catchy. People loved the name and so Furs ’N Hers was born!

Making artisan handcrafted dog collars and dog-lover “hooman” pieces really suits me well as a maker. I love to work with people (and we have already established I love dogs!) and incorporate their ideas into the piece! This makes these collars one-of-a kind and truly uniquely special for my customer and their dog.

When I hand-craft a Furs ’N Hers (or His ’N Furs) or any kind of collar, whether it be a leather carved, leather beaded, blinged, fabric, nylon, pararcord, or combination thereof, I love to see who I am making for. It brings me so much joy to see other folks out there whose dog is the centre of their world and they allow me be a part of that world in a small way by creating something exclusively for them.

Today my shop consists of me, my Shop Assistance Satchel (border collie/retriever cross) and Bead Studio Assistant Blue (Aussie Shepherd). They work for cookies and pets. Now that is good help that is hard to find! All of my leather collars are made from top-notch base supplies like Herman Oak leather, Miyuki and Czech beads, Animal-grade nylon webbing, USA-made paracord, Batik & exclusive printed fabrics, French linen thread, Poly-bonded thread, and stainless steel, brass, and nickel welded hardware.

www.sleepyholow.casleepyholow@me.com
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Kim Holowatiuk, owner of Sleepy Holow and creator of  Furs 'N Hers accessories, was first inspired to make canine accessories for her own dog, Turner. Read on to learn about her passion for leather, bead and metal work, love for dogs, and experiences creating one of a kind pieces from her own perspective! 
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November 26, 2018

Ever wonder where all of the dogs stay when they are in New York for the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show? Recognized as the host hotel, New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania is off and running as they continue planning for another successful year of hosting all canine hopefuls taking part in the 143rd Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show taking place on February 11th and 12th, 2019. 

Westminster is the oldest, continuous sporting event in America, with the exception of the Kentucky Derby.  The Dog Show is the most prestigious of National Dog Shows and has been held every year despite power shortages, hazardous weather conditions, economic depressions and World Wars.

As a Westminster Gold Star Partner, the World’s Most ‘Pup-ular’ Hotel will once again be offering exclusive services and amenities that make it the ‘Top Dog’ of hotels. It is the only hotel for Westminster competitors and they know it. From hosting ‘pup’tual Westminster wedding ceremonies to the annual star-studded Pet Fashion Show, the ‘Five-Paw’ hotel always goes the extra mile. 

To prepare for this special event, the hotel is setting up a variety of exclusive onsite events and amenities to coincide with the Show exclusively for guests, including but not limited to:

  • The exclusive Room To Groom S’paw’, the largest in-door doggie spa in all of New York, which offers canines everything they need to get ready for the Show: bathing tubs, dog grooming area, exercise/fitness area, and an in-house relieving area.
  • Direct shuttle bus service exclusively for Dog Show exhibitors and spectators from the Hotel to Piers 92/94 each day (courtesy of Westminster).
  • A welcome package and treats for Westminster guests.
  • Exclusive Progressive Dog Club events.
  • The 2019 New York Pet Fashion Show.
  • Our exclusive on-site Doggie Conciergeto help with requests and tours.

The Groups, Junior Showmanship Finals and important Best In Show are held at Madison Square Garden, directly across the street from Hotel Pennsylvania. Only the Breed judging and benching will take place at Piers 92/94. But to help our guests, the Westminster Kennel Club has arranged exclusive shuttle buses to transport exhibitors, guests and spectators directly from the hotel to Piers 92/94 each day.

“It’s never too early to get ready for the Westminster Dog Show, and we look forward to welcoming all Westminster VIP’s (Very Important Pooches) to New York,” said Gene Nicotra, General Manager/All Dogs’ Best Friend at New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania. “Our ‘paw’fect location and exclusive ‘paw’menities are a treat for Westminster hopefuls and fans alike.”

 

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Ever wonder where all of the dogs stay when they are in New York for the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show? Recognized as the host hotel, New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania is off and running as they continue planning for another successful year of hosting all canine hopefuls taking part in the 143rd Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show taking place on February 11th and 12th, 2019. 
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November 22, 2018

The Samson Pet Group is introducing its newest dog toy: The Samson Blue. As part of the Canine Cooleys brand, The Samson Blue joins a collection of the world’s most unique dog toys that are scented like a dog’s backside, but are undetectable to the human nose.

The Samson Blue dog toy has been made to honor the memory of the Sica family’s rescue German Shepherd, Samson, who passed away shortly before Christmas in 2014 at the age of seven from cancer. The Samson Pet Group announced today that 25% from the sales of The Samson Blue will go to The Samson Canine Cancer Research Foundation.

The Samson Pet Group is expected to formally announce the formation of The Samson Canine Cancer Research Foundation in 2019. The foundation will be raising funds for veterinary medicine universities around the United States. Some of the areas the foundation is focusing on is: prevention, causes, diagnostics, management and treatment.

Like The Samson Pet Group’s patent pending Canine Cooleys, Mutt Butts, Cooley Companions and Butt Buddys dog toys, The Samson Blue is a high quality flattie, handmade, stuffed and squeaker-free. It has a heavy duty ripstop polyester fabric body and finished with a triple-stitched, durable nylon binding edge. Each toy contains synthetic versions of the organic compounds found in a dog's anal sacs, and in an amount that is safe for dogs of any weight. The Samson Blue is approximately 10” tall.

The Samson Blue is priced at $16.95 and is available at The Samson Pet Group’s online store at thesamsonpetgroup.com and at Modern Dog Magazine’s online store.

The word is spreading quickly among The Samson Pet Group’s passionate, dog-loving customers around the world. Dogs of every breed and their owners are choosing their dog toys because they're fun and long-lasting. The Samson Pet Group makes toys that are Every Dogs Desire®!

 

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November 15, 2018

Eldoop’s artist and owner Felice Fleisher uses sculpture to combine her love for art with her passion for dogs. Read on to discover the origin story of one of Modern Dogs’ favourite artists from her own perspective, reflecting on her love of sculpture, her connection with furry friends, and her passion for her work. 

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I have the best job! I sculpt dogs!

Recently, one of my clients told me that I must have the best job in the world — custom sculpting the likeness of peoples’ beloved dogs atop handmade ceramic treat jars which, I have learned, make both dog owners and their canine companions very happy!

I’ve got to admit, I agree!!

About eight years ago, after retiring from a long and wonderful career as an executive for Paramount Pictures in the home-entertainment division, I began a new life chapter. 

I’d always been artistic and adored working with clay. I equally adored dogs, including my own, and so I decided to play with an idea that I’d had for decades that would marry both loves.

That idea was some kind of special container to hold my dogs’ treats that would also look great in my kitchen. I found nothing that worked to my satisfaction, and soon realized that I could use my own artistic and pottery skills to create just such a container myself. Thus was born my first custom, hand-crafted ceramic dog-treat jar!

I began by trying to capture likenesses of my own two dogs, a Goldendoodle named Delilah and a Parti Poodle named Leonard. I sculpted their images and affixed them to lids of jars that I had potted. I was so delighted with those first efforts that I wondered if others might also like a similar ceramic dog-treat jar designed specifically with their own dogs in mind. 

So I began sculpting little clay figurines of dogs from my imagination and adding them to the lids of jars I’d made on the wheel.  Then I posted them on a fledgling website I named Eldoop Design after my beloved late Black Standard Poodle, Lilly. Eldoop is Poodle spelled backwards!

Soon after, I began to post photos of other treat jars I had made for friends and family, all featuring lids with sculpted figurines that captured the looks and personalities of their own dogs. I worked hard at relearning and honing my skills as a potter, so that my treat jars would be made to look exactly as I wanted them to, in shape, size and design. 

I was thrilled to get my first order on-line from a woman in Missouri, who wanted a large treat jar that would capture her beautiful chocolate Labrador named Brownie. Once Brownie’s order was complete, I added it to my growing gallery on my website. To my delight, word of my work spread, and my little business took off!  

These days, I spend the majority of my working time creating all kinds and sizes of ceramic treat jars, all featuring hand-sculpted images of clients’ dogs that are modeled on photos of their furry friends that they share with me. 

Along with the photos, I also collaborate with clients to learn more about their pets so that I can come up with truly unique pieces. Finished jars feature not only hand-sculpted likenesses of their pets on the jar lids but also personalized scenes that capture the essence of their dogs’ lives, including favorite toys, treats and settings. No two dogs are the same, and neither are my customized jars!

Clients come from all over the world, ordering jars for themselves or to offer as gifts. Many share how great they feel holding the jars with sculpted versions of their animals in their hand as their real pets come tearing into the room, tails wagging happily for a sample of what’s in the jar!

My work on these whimsical but functional treat jars has also led me to expand to create other kinds of meaningful pottery, including custom keepsakes, urns and larger, free-standing sculptures of dogs (and other pets) that have passed on. 

I have been told that the process of working with me to design such pieces in honor of their beloved pets goes a long way in comforting them during their grieving. I feel fortunate to play a role in creating artwork that helps keep the memories of their cherished pets alive forever.

So, I guess I do have the best job ever!! I sculpt dogs!!

 

Felice Fleisher | Artist and Owner

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Eldoop’s artist and owner Felice Fleisher uses sculpture to combine her love for art with her passion for dogs. Read on to discover the origin story of one of Modern Dogs’ favourite artists from her own perspective, reflecting on her love of sculpture, her connection with furry friends, and her passion for her work. 
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