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With around 30 million pet dogs scratching, sniffing, digging and playing all across North America, the dog grooming industry can be big business -- if you can make yourself stand out from the pack. If your business isn't decorated like an alpha, it'll look like a pup trying to run with the big dogs, so start your business off on the right paw by giving your dog grooming salon a makeover of its own. An attractive paint job sets the tone for your business and your clients, so paint your salon for success.
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[…] of the beds shared so far are for smaller dogs, but there are many options for larger breeds. Shabby Paints shared how to build a dog bed from a recycled headboard and footboard. It requires construction of […] Painting a Dog a Day: 11/1/09 - 12/1/09
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Paint Your Pet Nights in Lakeview, at the Ian Sherwin Gallery on Ashland, are Thursdays, sometimes Saturdays. You bring wine, and you paint, and it can get boozy, and before long, you're referring to Pet Your Paint Night and telling yourself that you're a failure at art, too. Like other Paint Your Pet Nights — which are growing in popularity around the country, and often organized by small neighborhood art galleries — the goal is simple and earnest: You bring a picture of your fish or dog or hamster or lizard, then you paint a picture of your pet.Start painting. This paint can be used as fingerpaint, pet paint (if your vet approves painting your dog) or for painting mats or toys for use by pets.The best way to be sure any paint recipe is pet-safe is to make it kid-safe as well. If you are planning to do an art project that may involve your pet either being painted or using the artistic result (for example, a placemat for the dog's bowl), then you should make sure that ingesting the paint will not harm the animal. You also can use these types of paints to decorate bird and rodent toys.Nones owns the SIT Social doggie lounge alongside the Ian Sherwin Gallery. She and Sherwin are longtime partners, and hope someday to leave all of this behind and retire to a beach in Mexico. But for now, they want to help you paint your pet, and if you're hellbent on painting with a live animal — photography alone can not capture Tucker's singular intelligence — your pet must sit and stay long enough for Nones to give it a thumbs-up. For some dog owners, simple bathing and combing is not enough. So they pay groomers to turn fur into an artist’s canvas, where vibrant sweeps of chalk and paint transform pooches into fantasy fur balls that draw both compliments and strange looks. For an extra 10 or 15 minutes at the groomer, the everyday dog can get an outlandish redesign with a temporary paint tattoo, Mohawk, feather extension or glued-on jewels.About a dozen pet owners filed into the gallery the other night. They found their canvases and slipped bottles of wine out of slender brown grocery bags, left them on a serving table then set to work painting their pets. Kim Cramer painted Atlas, her goldendoodle. Atlas is 10 months old. Atlas likes carrots and will sit beside the refrigerator and beg for carrots. Atlas is apricot colored, and so Cramer filled a paper plate with brown and honey-colored acrylic drabs, and painted his fur in flyaway wisps that suggested both a dog and a 1970s haircut. "We just bought a townhouse," she said, "so this would be great to decorate with. I hope it turns out. I had an art scholarship in college but I haven't done this in a while. I've sold paintings — actually, I didn't sell. I put one by the garbage once and a guy came by and asked if I was getting rid of it so I gave it to him."