I’ve asked my granddoggy, Quincy, to help me with this article. He knows/nose dogs so much better than I, so he is sitting here by my computer helping me select a few great testimonials about dog canvases. Quincy decided on some close-up images, then suggested I title this post, “The Dog Nose!” He’s a very brilliant dog, and a terrific editor.
Check out the nose on Gia’s husky, Nick. “He is 13 years old and the best dog ever. I take terrible pictures, and you guys made this photo look like I actually knew what I was doing. I had a wonderful experience with Canvas on Demand. Jen was my customer service rep, and she was so nice and helped me out with my order. The canvas is absolutely beautiful!!! I will do business with you folks again in the future. Kudos to such a wonderfully run company!”
Quincy loves gardening. (He digs perfect little holes in them.) One of our customers named Lillias asked us to create a canvas of her 7-year-old Shih Tzu, Brie, enjoying a flower. “While exploring the yard this summer, she became interested in a purple globe flower growing several inches from the wall on which she stood. I was able to capture the moment when she leaned way out to sniff the blossoms. I love the contrasts in color from the white of her fur to the bright purple and green of the flower. It captures her personality well! I wasn’t sure how this photo would look blown up, so I chose a border color and gave Canvas on Demand some ideas about how I wanted it cropped. Then I left the rest up to them. The result is fantastic! It’s more than a photo of my dog – it’s a piece of art.”
Quincy and I both liked this next image of Lincoln. “He is my 13-year-old daughter’s dog and her best buddy,” says Donna. She snapped this shot of him, and I knew I had to turn it into a canvas for her. We just re-did her bedroom, and it will be a wonderful addition. This is my second canvas order and there will be more in the future. Your service, communication and delivery are superior. You have a fantastic company offering an incredible product…thanks so much!”
This article was so much fun to write with my granddoggy’s help. I had a difficult time getting Quincy to understand we couldn’t use 100 testimonials! Thanks to Donna, Lillias, and Gia for sharing the stories behind their canvases. And thanks to Quincy who asked me to end the article with this question: Have you hugged your dog today?