After making a quick trip to the store to restock up on dog food, this colorful bag caught my eye. Not long ago, we had changed Maddie’s food to one of the most expensive dog foods. Because we wanted to make sure our dog was getting all the proper nutrition. Two months later, her hair is turning brittle and she’s attacking birds for extra meals in the back yard. That got us worried. We visit the Vet, who advises us that expensive dog food is starving our dog. The vet recommends the cheaper brands. We go back to Purina and a month later, she has healthy, shiny hair back again. And no more dead birds. She’s a happy dog. And so this empty bag of Purina Dog Chow inspired today’s Bird-A-Day art.
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Bird-a-day number 365December 31st, 2012
Today marks the big day. Today makes one full year of creating art every single day. Wow! What a blast.
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