Fur parents, unite!
This Sunday, March 18th, we will be painting our babies from 2pm to 5pm. This event is also a fundraiser for Husky House. We will be donating $10 for every seat sold!
Husky House is committed to the rescue, shelter, care and adoption of stray, abandoned and unwanted animals in the Tri-State area. We are also dedicated to furthering the public's education concerning the issues of proper pet care and the importance of spaying and neutering all dogs and cats alike.
Husky House is a non-profit, tax exempt organization (501c3) that was founded by Lorraine Healy.
Husky House is dedicated to helping abandoned Siberian Huskies as well as all breeds of dogs, including mixes, have a second chance in life and a place to call home which they so richly deserve.
Project pet is a fun, low-key, easy-going class. We move at a tortoise pace and guide you through each whisker. Send us a photo of your pet and make sure to include your name with the submission.
All pictures need to showcase your animal and reflect unobstructed views of their pet. 300dpi works best.
Here are some tips for success:
a) 1 pet per person/per photo
b) Highest resolution possible
c) Pet is clear and in the foreground with no furniture, objects, grass, etc. blocking any body parts
d) Pet is centered in the photo either FULL BODY or HEAD SHOT, with no cropped off edges.
e) Our best advice is to take a photo of your pet with the best camera you have outside during the day, under a shaded area (like your front porch, back patio, or inside near a window).
f) Remember, the better your photo is, the easier the painting process will be.
Even if you don’t have a pet and you still would like to paint an animal, send us a photo and come to support your local shelter.