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This Photographer Has the Best Way of Getting Dogs Adopted Through Cones

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Most dogs who end up in dog pounds suffer a tragic fate. If they don’t get adopted over a certain period of time, they usually end up being put to sleep. But thanks to a fine arts student in Chicago, IL, some of these dogs are given a new chance at life.

Erin Einbender is a painter who specializes in abstract pieces. However, she does not dwell on mere canvass and paint alone as she also likes to tinker with mixed media.

Having a soft spot for canines, she has volunteered for a non-profit organization that helps and rescues stray and abandoned dogs, called “one tail at a time.”

To help her canine buddies find their forever homes, Einbender uses her artistic side to create one-of-a-kind cones which according to her empower the dogs and gives them a boost of confidence.

Cones are usually used by dogs that just had undergone surgery. They are also used on dogs that were spayed or neutered. These cones are often referred to as “cones of shame” as they are usually awkward and silly looking. However, Einbender’s decided to turn the cones of shame into cones of fame.

Adorned with colorful decorations, these cones are meant to make the dogs appear more awesome. Obviously, photographs of these adorable dogs caught the internet’s attention, enabling the dogs to find their new homes.

Einbender also aims to spread awareness to the importance of spaying and neutering out pets. “I wanted to empower the dogs, instead of shame them, while shedding light on the importance of spaying/neutering your pet” she said.

What started out as a school project has not only been successful in terms of passing class, but has also helped many dogs find their forever homes. Aside from that, the attention Einbender’s project has been getting proved very good for the promotion of responsible pet keeping.

All in all it has been a win-win situation for the dogs, Einbender and the organization. Kudos to you Erin and keep on doing what you do best.

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