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12 People Show off Their Dog’s “Pawcasso” Artwork

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You can go ahead and call them “Pawcassos“.

I gotta say, this is one of my favorite things that I’ve seen come out of this whole stay-at-home crisis that we’re living through right now.

People are creating work with their dogs’ pawprints and, as you can probably imagine, the results are awesome, adorable, and wholesome.

Let’s take a look at the work of these four-legged masters.

And you should try your own at home, too!

1. The look of an artist.

Very proud of her work. As she should be!

2. I love this one!

Stand up and take a bow!

3. The next Jackson Pollock?

He knows he’s good…

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4. Some nice fall colors.

Shy, but this artist is coming out of their shell.

5. Little dog. Big artwork.

Way to go, Dallas!

6. Be sure to sniff your finished piece.

I see a bright future for this one.

7. It’s framed and everything.

Nala takes her work seriously.

8. Look what I made!

A beautiful work of art!

9. You’re going places!

Also, this big is as big as a horse.

10. A true genius.

You’ll see this up in a gallery very soon.

11. Very, very pleased.

The look says it all…

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Our little artist 🥰🐾 #pawart

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12. This one might be my favorite.

Ollie is a very good boy! And a very good artist!

These are wonderful!

Have you done this with your pooch?

Or maybe even with your cat? Hamster? Squirrel? It really works with any pet…besides fish, I guess.

If so, please share some photos with us in the comments!

We’d love to see their work!