It’s that time of the year when many pet parents dress-up or accessorize their dogs for Halloween fun. Unfortunately, not all dogs enjoy being dressed up or accessorized. PetPaint, colored hairspray for dogs, offers an easy and safe solution.
Add a pop of color to your dog’s fur.
Abe Geary started PetPaint in 2012 and won Blog Paws’s Global Pet Expo Best New Product award. In 2013, Abe Geary presented PetPaint to the Shark Tank team but he declined their offer. However, his appearance provided product recognition among groomers and PetSmart.
PetPaint allows you to create a pawfect unique look of your pet.
PetPaint is a high-quality hairspray for dogs. It is formulated to be dog-safe, and both veterinarian and Peta approved. Abe Geary consulted with PETA regarding its safety before launching PetPaint.
PetPaint is an aerosol that makes it easy to apply. It is washable and most importantly non-staining. It is available in 8 colors: black, blue, green, orange, pink, purple, red and yellow. An optional setting spray can be used after application. The setting spray reduces color transfer and makes the color last longer. Stencils Kits are also available and pawfect to use on Halloween – “You will have endless options for Halloween costumes for your pet without breaking the bank.” Visit PetPaint.com for more information.
PetPaint provided Sugar red and blue colors. I used a “chalking” method to apply it on Sugar’s Golden Ears Fur. Chalking is a service that PetSmart Grooming offers on their Pet Expression options, and they use PetPaint products.
PetPaint can be used year-round and brings out your dog’s sense of style every day.
JeanneP of bichonpawz says
Look at you Sugar!! We are going to have to take a trip to PetSmart tomorrow because mama now wants to “decorate” us!! BOL!!
You look just smashing!! 🙂
Amber DaWeenie says
What a great invention! Bet this would be great for Easter too using pastel colors! What’s really great is that it’s safe to use! 🙂
Oz the Terrier says
Lookin’ good Sug! I gotta try my PetPaint.
Reilly & Denny says
Paint is up there with clothes – we don’t do either 🙂
Looks like Sugar enjoys it!
Oh Sugar….what a chic color… I’m sure Cyndy Lauper is jealous..you wear that color way better than she does.
hugs madi your bfff
M. K. Clinton says
I saw that episode of Shark Tank! Pierre could use this, but it wouldn’t show up on Bentley. I wonder how Pierre would look a nice shade of purple? BOL!
Earl Lover says
You look B-E-A-UTIFUL!!!
Dory's Backyard says
I think I may have to try out the pink for sure!!
The OP Pack says
That’s a great idea. We will have to tell Mom!
Woos – Ciara and Lightning
Two French Bulldogs says
You are not a fan of painting our furs. You do look fashionable
Lily & Edward
I saw a Great Dane painted like a tiger not too long ago. I wonder if this is what they used. Cool product, especially for dogs that hate costumes.
Hi Sugar, You go girl! We love your festive attitude. Hunter sends wags and kisses to you.
Noreen and Hunter
Comedy Plus says
How fun Sugar and that’s a great color for you. I think red for Little Bit.
Have a woof woof day. My best to your mom. ☺
How fun!! I want to use some too 🙂
Dachshund Nola says
I want this for Pike and Ellie! They could rock it on their white areas. Nola’s too dark!
Sharon Seltzer says
I love this idea and it’s perfect for a special needs pet. It’s tough getting a costume to fit into a doggie wheelchair!
Groovy Goldendoodles says
I was thinking of painting the boys with big black spots and letting them trick or treat as two Chic-Fil-A cows HA! #justkidding
Jean Dion says
This is a great idea! And I’m glad I read about this. I’ve seen a few colorful dogs around here lately, and I immediately went into judgmental mode, just sure that the color wasn’t good for the pups. Perhaps I was wrong! Just goes to show that things aren’t always as they seem. 🙂
Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie
Ann Staub says
We wrote about PetPaint a few years ago and it’s a very popular blog post (when we painted Shiner like a tiger 🙂 ) I like Shiner’s “chalky” look with the colors!
Ann Staub says
That is supposed to say Sugar’s* not Shiner’s!