Profits for Paws

Profits for Paws



Help save the life of a homeless or needy animal in your town with your purchase through South Paw Custom Pet Paintings

As a huge animal welfare advocate and avid dog lover, it breaks my heart knowing that there are thousands of homeless, neglected and abused animals throughout our country. Thanks to our tireless, compassionate shelters, animals like my dog Bailey get a second chance. These wonderful people dedicate their lives to saving our four-legged friends – so now it’s our turn to help them!

By purchasing one of my custom-ordered pet paintings, YOU can help save the life of an animal in need. Mention the name and location of your favorite shelter or rescue when placing your order and 10% of the proceeds from your painting will go to the rescue of your choice!

Don’t have a favorite rescue or shelter? No worries! The proceeds from your painting will go to one of mine! (Read more about BARCS and Pitties and Purrs below)

THANK YOU FOR HELPING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF OUR ANIMALS!

adopt a shelter dog

My favorite animal shelter
BARCS

Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, Inc. (more commonly known as BARCS), is a non-profit organization located in Baltimore City. As the largest companion animal shelter in Maryland, BARCS is responsible for taking in nearly 11,000 homeless, neglected, and unwanted animals every year. Their mission is to accept and care for all animals in need and promote responsible pet ownership for a more humane community in Baltimore City.

Learn more about BARCS

adopt a shelter dog
Think occasionally of the suffering of which you spare yourself the sight.

― Albert Schweitzer


adopt a shelter dog
Pitties and Purrs
My favorite rescue

Pitties and Purrs Rescue is a small, foster-based rescue in Baltimore City. Their rescue dogs come from all over the country in order to be rehabilitated and find their forever homes. As a foster-based rescue, they completely rely on incredible volunteers to care for & welcome the dogs and cats into their homes to prepare them for adoption.

Learn more about Pitties and Purrs