Meet Annie! 🥰 Annie lives in a resident treatment center in the equine therapy department in Utah! She helps people not only bond with animals like her but also is an active participant in equine therapy for the students as well, 💞identifying relationship barriers, emotional and physical barriers along with many more!
No matter what you are struggling with, whether depression, addiction, mourning or just having a bad day, it's easy to forget how far you've come and easy to stay stuck in the moment, but you HAVE come so far, and don't forget that making small steps, if that's all that you can muster up, is better than no steps. This tortoise is dedicated to a dear friend of mine to remind him and everyone that there should be no expectation on healing or progress.
Aussies are agile, hard-working, adaptable, beautiful and intelligent. Seems like a goal we all want to reach, huh? If we can't reach the goal right now, what do we do? We paint it!!
Cinnamon crossed the rainbow bridge to heaven on the first of November, 2019. He was a fun loving dog and deeply missed by his family. He might be gone from the physical world, but will always watch over his family.
A quick painting of a Chihuahua named Brownie who I worked with as a dog walker for almost a year. He was a sweet pup who deserved an equally beautiful painting.
This is my very own dog. Her name is Tess and I rescued her from a rescue organization in Texas. She was found on the side of the road with another dog, 20 pounds underweight and scared of everything. With Canine Good Citizen training under my belt, I got her to be the spoiled Princess she is today!
This lil bunny sits behind a mug of hot water with one of my favorite quotes by Eleanor Roosevelt. Made in November 2019, this is now a print available to purchase as 14" x 11"
It's already the second week of November and Thanksgiving is approaching! This Boxer pup is thankful for food on the table, what are YOU thankful for?