Niagara, Ontario Humane Society to Auction Doggie Art – Dubbed ‘Pup-Casso Paintings’ – to Help Fund Shelter Dogs

News from the Lincoln County Human Society in St. Catharines, Ontario

Posted January 21st, 2021 on Niagara At Large

One of the Lincoln Country Humane Society’s canine artists exhibits work. Photo courtesy of Lincoln County Humane Society

St. Catharines, Ontario – The Lincoln County Humane Society in St. Catharines has launched a series of pup-made paintings – or pup-casso paintings (aptly named after the famous painter, Pablo Picasso).

Stemming from TikTok sensations, the LCHS provided their adoption dogs with a smattering of peanut butter on a plastic sheet, placed over top of some water based paints on canvas. The result are active tongue paintings. The carefully selected colours resulted in artwork fit for the walls of your home.

“After discovering this project, I went to work on making it a fun and enjoyable project for the LCHS dogs” said Olivia Bosey, an Animal Care Technician at the LCHS.

Through hours of work, Olivia put together a terrific video, highlighting the artistic prowess of our canines. You can see her work here:

The artwork and video are also available on the LCHS Facebook Page <> . The LCHS is working on auctioning of the amazing artwork to raise funds to assist the dogs in the shelter’s care.

For the Lincoln County Humane Society’s website and Facebook page, click on the following links – <> for for webpage, <> , for Facebook page

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One response to “Niagara, Ontario Humane Society to Auction Doggie Art – Dubbed ‘Pup-Casso Paintings’ – to Help Fund Shelter Dogs

  1. Thank you for the inspiration, we are going to do it for the Puerto Vallarta, Mexico SPCA soon.


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