Wine for Whines: A Paint Your Pet Fundraiser Mixes Passion for Pets with Good Deeds

Cold Nose Companions Dog Training is hosting Wine for Whines: A Paint Your Pet Fundraiser, benefiting the Geauga County Dog Shelter.

Pet lovers can enjoy an evening of fun creating their very own painting of their pet, while raising money for the Geauga County Dog Shelter, on Friday, September 21st from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Cold Nose Companions Dog Training Center in Chardon. The $80 registration includes a 12” x 12” canvas pre-sketched with the pet’s photo, quality art instruction from Mary Ann Hagen (, a buffet of local food, and wine from Sharon James Cellars.

Mary Ann provides group instruction for the class, and assists individuals as needed to help them create a one-of-a-kind keepsake painting of their pet. Photos will be submitted in advance. A buffet of locally-sourced food, Sharon James Cellars wines and non-alcoholic beverages will be available all evening.

Mary Ann Hagen has been living, working and painting in the Northeast Ohio area for 35 years. Introduced to drawing and painting at a very young age by her mom, art became Mary Ann’s passion and lifelong journey. She holds a degree in Graphic Design from Lakeland Community College and attending painting courses at Cleveland Institute of Art. Mediums include pastels, acrylics, watercolor, pen and ink.

Animal Behavior Seminars to Be Offered at Cold Nose Companions Dog Training For more information or to register, call 855.286.DOGS (3647) or visit the Special Events page of Cold Nose Companions Dog Training. Registration is open to the public and space is limited. Payment is due at the time of registration. Confirmed registrants will receive more specific communications as the date approaches.

Cold Nose Companions Dog Training offers rewards-based training methods through group classes and private in-home training. All instructors are highly qualified and consistent in training methods. For more information, go to Cold Nose Companions Dog Training.

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