Another way to make sure your pet is with you at all times—at least in spirit—is with a custom phone case. The artist takes a photo of your pet and turns it into an illustration printed on a phone case. You can add multiple pets, and you can choose from various types of cases.
Even if they're on your phone wallpaper, we've got another idea for keeping your pet top of mind. Get these stickers printed of your pet's face, then stick them everywhere. Laptop? Check. Cell phone? Check. All flat surfaces of your home? CHECK.
This artist will take a photo of your beloved pup and engrave the design into bamboo wood then add hand-painted accents. The earrings are lightweight and have surgical-steel posts which are great for sensitive ears.
Personalized with the name of your little one and their four-legged sidekick, the amusing tale depicts what would happen if they could engage in silly conversations together. It's a magical keepsake that will have them howling—or purring—with delight.
This custom tear-off notepad features a personalized portrait of your pet and includes perfectly spaced lines for all your notes. The peel-off pages make this notepad the perfect addition to a desk or work station, and optional magnets on the back allow it to hang nicely on a refrigerator. Plus, more than one pet can be featured on the top.
Snuggle up with your pet on the couch even when they're not around with this personalized fleece blanket. Upload your favorite pet photo, and it will soon show up at your door as a cozy blanket. The blanket has microfiber fleece on the photo side and Berber fleece on the back. It would make an excellent gift for a child going off to college or a family member moving to a new city.
If you're not ready to get your dog or kitty's face tattooed on your body, you can still get in on the fun with these temporary tattoos. Send in a photo of your pet and the artist will create a pop portrait for temporary tattoos. These are a fun gift for a new pet owner or a pet's birthday party.
You already treat your furbaby like royalty, so you might as well embrace it with one of these anthropomorphicpet portraits. The artist uses famous portraits of former royalty and replaces their faces with a photo of your pet. You can choose from a variety of historical figures like Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII. You can even include a picture of yourself in the portrait with your pet if you'd like.
Keep your pet with you 24/7 with this 3-D pet face pendant. Artist Joel Ragan uses a photo of your pet to create a one-of-a-kind sterling silver pendant that depicts the face of your pup or kitty. This would make a thoughtful gift for someone who may have recently lost a pet.
Your pooch's face is so adorable, so why not show everyone by wearing it on a t-shirt? Share a photo of your pet, and the picture will be printed on the tee from edge to edge. It shows up on both the front and the back, so your pet will be on full display from every angle.