How much would you pay for a picture of dog pee?

GSD puzzledI kid you not, this article was on the Cleveland news (WKYC) this week. 

A local family took in a foster dog who had some medical problems that made it impossible for him to lift his leg to do his business.  So, Tucker began piddling while he walked , and the Sanctuary for Senior Dogs decided it was artwork.  They took pictures of the pee trails and framed them.

They are selling these “PEE-ces of art” (their term) for between $200 and $600!


What was that quote about a sucker being born every minute?

I’m really jealous – think of the money I could have been making with four dogs!

I’ve heard of boys being able to write their names in the snow, but…

I guess we can be glad it’s urine and not some other waste product!

[insert your own joke here]

I guess it takes all kinds.

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!

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2 thoughts on “How much would you pay for a picture of dog pee?”

  1. What is the dogs name Jackson B**lock?

    I remember seeing on TV years ago a number of cons were paintings by dogs and cats were being sold for tidy amounts of money. People will buy any old S**t or should I say pee.

    To these people art is about what ever weird idea they can come up with. In the UK, the Turner prize was won one year for an unmade bed. I do that every morning there is no art or skill or really an idea there. I do wonder, has this state of affairs come about because we have ran out of ideas or are so bored with traditional media that we must create something outrageous like half a cow or one sculpture of a robin that is placed where no one can see it.

    Of the latter that robin was stolen and no one knew when it was stolen because no one could see it. the value of the Robin was in the regoin of £60,000. I could go on and on and I think I probably ranted on enough as it is.

    What a crazy world we live in.


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