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A Doggy Cake Masterpiece
NYC bakery creates edible dog portraits

As BARK readers know, I throw my dogs a birthday party every year. It’s a great excuse to gather my friends and their pups for canine games and yummy treats.

Usually, I bake my own cakes (one for the humans and one for the pups), but in my years of party planning, I’ve seen lots of awe inspiring professional dog-themed cakes. However, this latest human version from NYC baking extraordinaire Patti Paige really takes the cake!

Patti Paige teamed up with local artist, Dena Paige-Fischer, to create custom dog portrait cakes unlike anything I’ve ever seen before. Each features a detailed masterpiece painted with food coloring, based off of a photograph. I don’t see how anyone could possibly eat these cakes!

The dog portrait cakes start at $150 and a portion of the proceeds goes to Animal Haven, a local shelter.




JoAnna Lou is a New York City-based researcher, writer and agility enthusiast.

Photo by Baked Ideas.

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Submitted by Lisa Kane | April 15 2011 |

I have an idea that would be used as an addition to your birthday parties for your dog every year. Add some pet products. This would be a great addition to your party for your dog(s). You say you play games and that is the idea same idea I do as a Pet Consultant. I am an Independent Shure Pets Consultant who do parties. I do Pet Parties in the homes, I do catalog Parties by finding someone to host a party with our catalogs, do Fundraisers and take individual orders. You can hold and host a Pet Party with your friends or hold or host a Catalog Party to celebrate your dogs birthday. My website is: http://www.lisakane357.shopshurepets.com. If you have any questions e-mail me. The products are all natural and made in the USA and some are organic. We are eco-friendly.

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