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Commission: Gunnar by t3hsilentone Commission: OES by t3hsilentone Donation: Sunny and June by t3hsilentone Commission: Persian cat by t3hsilentone Commission: Pit Bull mix by t3hsilentone Commission: 3 Labs by t3hsilentoneCommission: Baby by t3hsilentone   Commission: Duper by t3hsilentone
 
   


I've decided alongside my freelance graphic design work to do commissioned portrait drawings for your dogs, cats and any other pets. I can do both traditional and digital drawings(please specify which- including if you want it in black/white or full color!) along with clear photo references.

I accept money, check or PayPal(preferred). Please Note me or see my website: petportraitsbyheatherlovelace.… for more info, thank you for looking!

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Here are the current sizes/prices:


:bulletblue: 9" X 12" $50 + shipping
:bulletblue: 11" X 14" $60 + shipping
:bulletblue: 14" X 17" $65 + shipping
:bulletblue: 18" X 24" $70 + shipping

I require a 50% deposit of the total amount before I start your portrait

* Shipping rates will also apply depending on where you reside. I can do smaller sizes by request, please ask. Digital portraits are only $50.




 
 

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GoingBroken Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015  New Deviant Student General Artist
On this stamp: t3hsilentone.deviantart.com/ar… I feed my dog Dog Chow by Purina. But here are the reasons:
1. She is a Siberian Husky and her belly is very sensitive. A switch in dog food affects her health greatly!
2. I can not afford any other dog food brands. That is why I prefer to balance her food out with real food. Like eggs are good for her coat. Cooked and raw meat is good for her muscles and growth. Other veggies are good for other health. 
3. I exercise her ALOT and I make sure she is healthy. Her weight is good for her age and size. She is hardly ever sick. (unless we have company and somebody feeds her bad foods)

Do you think I am being responsible in feeding her? I can not change her dog food but, do you think the way I am balancing her diet reasonable for the situation I am in?
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t3hsilentone Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015  Professional Interface Designer
There are other cost effective foods that are better out there. I too have a high energy breed that needs extra and both my dogs I always feed supplements with their kibble such as ACV, raw eggs, sardines and coconut oil. If I could afford it I'd be already feeding a raw diet so I know what it's like when it comes to buying kibble and it's a pain knowing how expensive it gets! I would feed a grain-free diet if your Sibe has food sensitivities with corn, wheat, soy, etc. or even kibble that is potato free even if that. One of my dogs first came to me on Purina as the lady's husband worked there and can't stress enough how much bad things I've heard about that company no matter how long they've been around. If you really like feeding cooked meat and/or raw, I would seriously ditch the kibble and just go 100% cooked or raw fed especially if you can afford to fit that into her diet. Feeding raw in particular has it's benefits as you can control and adjust anything in their diet at a time besides the many health benefits that come with it such as cleaner teeth, shinier coat, better body condition, etc. I also heard that it's almost impossible for them to gain any weight being that they are using more of what they eat rather on kibble which in turn affects the amount of stool they produce compared to kibble.

Here are some lower cost kibble options I would recommend(prices are for the big bags):
- Diamond Naturals(I used to feed this until they changed their formula) $30-$40 range
- Pure Balance Grain-Free(Currently feeding this and it's pretty decent for the price!) $30-$40 range
- Whole Earth Farms Grain-Free(Fed this before too, really great affordable grain-free kibble) $40 range
- Taste Of The Wild(Also fed this, a step up from DN so much better!) $40-$48 range
- Hi-Tek Naturals(Recommended to me before) $40 range
- Earthborn Holistic Grain-Free(Yet another food I fed, highly recommended!) $42-$50 range
- Fromm(Very good, just pricier) $50 range
- Natural Balance Grain-Free(Decent as well, never tried but costs more) $50-$60 range

There's others out there that could be added but you get a gist of some of them. 
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GoingBroken Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015  New Deviant Student General Artist
Okay thank you! These are great foods I will consider when I can get more income! Feeding a big dog, old sick dog, a kitten, and an injured cat can get a little pricey! Haha, well thank you so much for this information! I really appreciate it. I have considered the raw meat diet because I want to build some muscle on her. This is very helpful! Thank you!
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t3hsilentone Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015  Professional Interface Designer
You're welcome! They will all certainly benefit from a better diet, best of luck to you. Let me know how that goes for you. :)
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JocelyneR Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2015
Happy Birthday!  :heart:
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