Mandi - Greyboy Pet Prints

Mandi - Greyboy Pet Prints

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artist: pet photographer and etching fine art
Mandi - Greyboy Pet Prints
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Add Pet's Ashes to a Custom Pet Etching - Create a special artwork remembrance of your animal companion! by GreyboyPetPrints on Etsy

Add Pet's Ashes to a Custom Pet Etching - Create a special artwork remembrance of your animal companion! by GreyboyPetPrints on Etsy

From photo to fine art pet etchings, cat art using ashes framed and shown in home decor

Pet and Dog Portraits by Greyboy Pet Prints

Custom dog art etchings by © Greyboy Pet Prints being pulled off the press

Greyboy Pet Portraits can turn snapshots into beautiful heirloom fine art etchings that will become more precious with time.

Natalia Martinez (@thelabsand.co) • Instagram • custom pet etching in packaging by Greyboy Pet Prints (dog art)

Pet and Dog Portraits by Greyboy Pet Prints

Abraham Lincoln (16th President), was the first president to bring a cat into the White House. When Abe Lincoln assumed office, his son, Tad, asked to bring his cat - named Tabby, on the trip from Illinois to the nation's capital, Lincoln was compelled to agree.

Abraham Lincoln was the first president to bring a cat into the White House. When Abe Lincoln assumed office, his son, Tad, asked to bring his cat - named Tabby - on the trip from Illinois to the nation's capital, Lincoln was compelled to agree.

Calvin Coolidge with “Tiger,” 1924 | A History Of White House Pets In Photographs

Officer Benjamin Fink holds Tiger, Calvin Coolidge‘s tabby cat, at the White House on March Calvin and Grace Coolidge literally had a zoo at the White House including other cats and a raccoon.

I love this picture. Look at the expression on Liberty's face. ("President Ford with his dog")

President Ford with golden retriever Liberty. See more adorable dogs w/ the popular exhibit "First Dogs: American Presidents and Their Pets." (photo: David Hume Kennerly/ Gerald R.

The President

President's pal U. President Barack Obama bends down to pet his dog, Bo, outside the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on March