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Wed, Mar 11 | By Victoria Lim | 1268

Painting Pekingese Leads the Pack of Animal Artists: Inspiration to create art strikes 3-year-old Ziggy, but only if the mood is right. Yet this pooch is not the only artist in the animal kingdom. A pig, an orangutan and two seals also enjoy dabbli… more ›

Painting Pekingese Leads Pack of Animal Artists
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Jaytaylor5555
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Jaytaylor5555
3 years ago

Great to see that the dog can paint a picture. If you are in need of a high quality painter or you are a painter who needs painting quotes, I recommend visiting Local Painter Quotes at www.localpainterquotes.com/house-painting-leads

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Chrissy
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Chrissy
5 years ago

THATS KINDA COOL.

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Kelly  P.
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Kelly P.
5 years ago

smart dog

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5ineveryroom
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5ineveryroom
5 years ago

funny story

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Norrie
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Norrie
5 years ago

Cute or silly, it hurts no one and some money goes for good and her dog gets her attention.

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Judy C.
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Judy C.
5 years ago

A cat that plays the piano and now a dog that paints. Very interested, I wish I were so talented.

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Diane  Y.
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Diane Y.
5 years ago

The next Picasso???

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elll e.
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elll e.
5 years ago

aww the cat is a better painter than me lol

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Amber J.
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Amber J.
5 years ago

I think it's good that she has a hobbie.Animals are just like people they have hearts and a soul they also have their likes and dislikes.They all have their own personalities.

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Serina S.
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Serina S.
5 years ago

seems like his owner was more into it than the dog....

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Tonia F.
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Tonia F.
5 years ago

I can't believe she is actually selling those paint splashes! That is not art. If i did that, I wouldn't get a dime. What is the difference? What a nutty pet owner.

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bridget b.
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bridget b.
5 years ago

How sweet, the owner rescued him and now donates his artwork for other animals!

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DocJ2009
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DocJ2009
5 years ago

Seems to paint better than some contemporary artists.

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Briana G.
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Briana G.
5 years ago

amazing, animals never cease to amaze me.

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Renee W.
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Renee W.
5 years ago

This reminds me of that cartoon Doug on Nickelodeon... Just let the dog run in non-toxic paint and his paw prints would be called Art. :0

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Kristin S.
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Kristin S.
5 years ago

very nice to see animal getting in touch w/ there creative side..lol very cute

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Kadiquilts
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Kadiquilts
5 years ago

Many dogs can do this......I'm not sure they really want to....

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Nick & Ashlee K.
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Nick & Ashlee K.
5 years ago

so awesome :]

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Shannon W.
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Shannon W.
5 years ago

This is just silly.

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Oldmaidcatwoman
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Oldmaidcatwoman
5 years ago

From the headline, I expected he would be doing more than three strokes per painting session. It must take a very long time to finish a large canvas.

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Patricia  C.
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Patricia C.
5 years ago

I Think I will give my corgi a paintbrush and see what kind of masterpiece he creates!

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Julie
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Julie
5 years ago

There are so many different things to read about in the news.
Half is just to get noticed, it's not like this is a therapy dog that would do some good for someone.

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jennifer g.
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jennifer g.
5 years ago

this is a little silly, i think

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beverly y.
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beverly y.
5 years ago

what a cute story

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Kimmie1985
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Kimmie1985
5 years ago

What a cute and wonderful story!

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m s.
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m s.
5 years ago

This is a cute and wonderful story -- what a wonderful hobby -- keep up the great work, Ziggy! -- your art work is a visual beauty -- I swear as i write this -- i've seen artwork by human beings comparable to Ziggy's, and I have to admit, Ziggy gets the prize.

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Brooke S.
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Brooke S.
5 years ago

How funny. There's no way I could trust my dogs with paint and a paint brush!

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BDougher
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BDougher
5 years ago

Animal artists made the news several years ago when a horse rescue had Smarty Jones and some other famous horses create paintings and put them for sale on the Internet.

It is a cute idea, it's a good fundraiser, the animals like the attention, and the animals are the cutest.

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Samantha M.
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Samantha M.
5 years ago

That's awesome!

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Blackpanther22
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Blackpanther22
5 years ago

That's pretty awesome

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Julie Kay S.
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Julie Kay S.
5 years ago

We have a local canine painting celebrity here in west-central Ohio: Abby! See www (dot) beaglepawz (dot) com

Abby is an exquisitely feminine and diminuitive Beagle who was rescued from Kentucky. She does lovely paintings and the proceeds are donated to our little shelter, the Humane Society of Madison County (London, Ohio) www (dot) hsmcohio (dot) com. Talk about a win-win!

Oh, and Abby loves Wiggles Blue Heeler, my special dog!

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Lenperry
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Lenperry
5 years ago

I enjoyed this video. I'm glad the proceeds of Ziggy's artwork go to help other rescues.

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GRIFF'S  B.
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GRIFF'S B.
5 years ago

MY DOG PAINTS ! HE DUMPED A CAN OF MY PAINT OVER ON THE CEMENT THEN RAN THROUGH IT SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE I CAME OUTSIDE. THE SIDEWALK LOOKED QUITE INTERESTING. OH GOSH WHAT A MESS THE DOG WAS, IT TOOK ALOT OF WATER TO CLEAN HIM UP. I DON'T ENCOURAGE HIM TO PAINT ANY LONGER

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Patty F.
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Patty F.
5 years ago

Aww! That is so darn cute! I would totally buy one!

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Jennifer O.
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Jennifer O.
5 years ago

A fun story! I think all animals have "hidden talents" of some sort.

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Joyce M.
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Joyce M.
5 years ago

I've seen horses and elephants paint, but never a dog!

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Allison M.
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Allison M.
5 years ago

So cute!

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Tohnstad
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Tohnstad
5 years ago

A fun story!

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shalaina r.
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shalaina r.
5 years ago

id love to see of the artwork-very interesting!

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anna L.
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anna L.
5 years ago

That is awesome I always knew animals were artistic in there own way...

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Bellacat3
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Bellacat3
5 years ago

What a smart dog! I bet my kitten, Bella, would love to dabble in paint. She likes to stay active and adores playtime. I would just have to spread some paper on the floor, dip her paws in paint, and get out an interactive cat toy! I think that for pets that see color, painting probably does have meaning for them.

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Melissa
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Melissa
5 years ago

Totally awesome....at least he has a hobby!!1

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Mimedukes
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Mimedukes
5 years ago

I'm buying a paintbrush for my cat...

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Judith R.
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Judith R.
5 years ago

The elephant at the Buffalo Zoo is an accomplish artist. My son's art class even analyzed her technique!

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danielle  k.
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danielle k.
5 years ago

people will pay money for anything.
that said the owner's of those animals have to be given kudos as I can't get my dog to stop eating rocks!!

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Jackie & Jerry M.
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Jackie & Jerry M.
5 years ago

This is really cute. All of these pets definately can paint better than I can. My dog would eat the paint brush.

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Hannah M.
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Hannah M.
5 years ago

I wish my dogs could paint!

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Homeslice5
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Homeslice5
5 years ago

thats amazing

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GrandmaKolodziej
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GrandmaKolodziej
5 years ago

how cute

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EdwardKolodziej
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EdwardKolodziej
5 years ago

aww this is so cute. i wish i could paint

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