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Canine Companions Rescue Center: Art Donation

Canine companions are a thing I’d suggest for many people. That is, of course, if they have enough time to exercise the dogs, enough money to feed the dogs properly, and a big enough heart to love and protect the animals that are in their care.

Canine Companions Rescue Center

This mock t-shirt design is from a project I worked on last night to give myself a change of pace. I love dogs, and I recently read my books at catechism in Clarkston, so it seemed that a project for the Canine Companions Rescue Center in Clarkston would be a decent thing to get into.

Ken McCardell with his puppy dogs Sage and Charlotte. In case you wonder, Charlotte is the one he's bumping heads with.
Ken McCardell with his puppy dogs Sage and Charlotte. In case you wonder, Charlotte is the one he’s bumping heads with.

Canine Companions

I adopted my puppy Charlotte from a rescue center. She stayed out in front of me on horse rides and on my lap during ATV rides. She loved the back of my F-150 during trips to town and taking up all of my space when I was trying to sleep. She went from sleeping in a small cage on a concrete floor, to sleeping on her own twin-size bed, reclining couches, or my bed.

That is what rescue centers are all about. They save countless animals from dreadful lives and then give them a fresh start. Not all centers or shelters are wonderful places, but I know many of them truly do deserve support.

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