There is something honourable in being able to do a memorial framing project for a beloved and cherished pet. I received this beautiful portrait and a small urn of his ashes last month. It was framed with a mat that matched the background of the painting and the frame to reflect the colour of the dog.
As an animal lover and parent, this type of framing job always gets me a little emotional. This beautiful soul was taken in an accident and not old age, so this framing project was important that I honour his memory with a beautiful framing job.
If you wish to honour your beloved fur child, please visit and we can make the base choice for your pet’s memorial. I did my first one for my own dog that died in 2004. Over times I have continued to do another ones for myself and my clients.
Things that can be included: tags, collar, mini urn, a cutting of fur, a toy, photos, or anything that reminds you of your pet. I mostly have done dogs, cats and horses. It can be anything you want.
Condolences to the family of Angus that lost him a year ago this month.
An article to read. https://iheartdogs.com/why-losing-a-dog-can-be-even-more-painful-than-the-death-of-a-loved-one-2/