Lisa Be

By Lisa Be

LifeBuzz Staff

Woman Has Most Amazing Idea To Help Dogs Get Adopted. So Adorable.

Artist Sarolta Ban is a Photoshop master who is able to take ordinary photographs and transform them into surreal scenes. She started the project, Help Dogs with Images, to help rescue dogs find homes. Ban uses her skills to bring out the dogs’ different personalities. So far her photos have helped four out of the ten rescue dogs she’s worked with get adopted! One dog, Jasmine, had been looking for a home for 4 years and as soon as the photos went live, Jasmine was adopted the same day!

Prints of any of these photographs are available for $50 which goes to the hosting shelter. Help Dogs with Images is an ongoing project, so if you know of dogs that need homes you can upload photos to the project page.

This adorable dog below is named Patti. “ The temples are like shelters here in Thailand and my program Hand to Paw Temple Dog Outreach cares for over 70 dogs in nine temples,” writes Patti’s temporary owner, Joy Huss. “ We try very hard to find forever homes for all the abandoned puppies, like Patti, found in this photo. I work in partnership with the Care for Dogs Foundation in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Sarolta Ban

Jasmine (has been adopted) “Jasmine has been living for four years in Tappancstanya in Szeged, Hungary. Jasmine is among those kinds of privileged dogs who lives in the main office and is always surrounded by someone. He quickly becomes friends with people, he works hard for caresses, constantly wiggles his butt and loves to chase fleas. He is a real house guardian, if someone comes uninvited into the gate, he tends to catch their ankles. Otherwise he is phenomenal… – Shelter Tappancstanya Alapítvány, Szeged, Hungary

Sarolta Ban

Tucker (has been adopted) Tucker is a big boy and weighs about 100 pounds! He was not walked on a leash before he came to Northwoods, and is just getting used to having a collar on-we practice each day. Tucker requires a patient home that is willing to teach him how to walk on a leash and some other basic manners.

Sarolta Ban

TanyaTanya has been homeless her entire life, 7 1/2 years. Abandoned at no-kill shelter in New York at 6-months-old, no one has ever come for her until Mr. Bones & Co. pulled her into their rescue program. Special note from Elli, who is running Mr. Bones & Co: ‘This dog has touched me like no other has and I will climb the highest mountain just to help her find her way home. Paws crossed that someone finally steps up and opens their heart and home to our very special dog. We will drive anywhere in the United States for the right home: dog experienced, no other pets, loving and stable.” – Elli and Mr. Bones & Co. shelter in New York, NY

Sarolta Ban

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