Rescue Dog Portrait Series

Flannigan

8 x 10 oil painting

This sweet baby, now known as Finney, was found by animal control, abandoned in some bushes at a park.  Dallas DogRRR rescued him, and he has been adopted into a loving home.  Happy Endings all around!

Ireland

Pastel portrait 9 x 12

Rescued with a horrible wound from an embedded collar.  This sweet girl was named Ireland because her rescuers from Dallas DogRRR believe she is lucky to have survived. Her scars have been replaced with beauty–love that pink bow!

Gracie


Graphite pencil, 8×10

Found tied to a tree after hurricane Harvey. Sadly, she died as a result of heartworm damage. But she had a home with plenty of love after she was rescued! 


“Valentine, Won’t You Be Mine?”

Oil portrait, 9×12

Valentine was very underweight because of a liver shunt. She is doing great now after being rescued and getting proper care.


Gilly

Oil Portrait 9 x 12

Gilly was found in a ditch with a large infected wound on his head. He is all grown up and doing well in his new home. Such a sweet little face! 

Bella

11 x 14 Pastel Portrait

This beauty, appropriately named Bella, is an American Pit Bull who was rescued, fostered, and adopted through Dallas DogRRR. She has made such an amazing transformation–when rescued she was completely bald from demodectic mange. Now she is healthy and happy in her forever home.




“It’s Been A Long, Hard Day”

11 x 14 Colored Pencil Portrait

This is our sweet Maple, adopted two years ago from Dallas DogRRR. I promise she is spoiled and happy–don’t let those woeful eyes deceive you!




Beauty in Bloom: Second Chances

9 x 12 oil portrait

This sweet boy is named Caleb. His transformation was incredible! When he was rescued by Dallas DogRRR, his ears were so weighed down by ticks that he couldn’t lift them, and his fur had been taken by mange. You could see the desperation and pain in his eyes. Now he is healthy, handsome, and well-loved!

Caleb when rescued….unbelievable.
Irresistible

9 x 12 Pastel and Pastel Pencil Portrait


Ningi was thrown in a trash can with her littermate–by a breeder– the day she was born. She was rescued when passers-by heard her crying. She was fostered and adopted into a loving home, and now has three Basset hound buddies! Her littermate did not survive the horrible ordeal.

About the author: Rebecca Johnson