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And Now, a Dog of a Different Color

Friday, November 15, 2013

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Dogs have a million endearing qualities: affectionate, eager, loyal. But color coordinated? Not so much.

At least, not until now.

Meet PetPaint, a new "color furspray" invented to "change the way people celebrate occasions and holidays with their dog."

Need a pink and purple poodle to perk up that Valentine's Day picture? A red, white and blue rottweiler for a festive Fourth? A technicolor trick-or-treating buddy for the kids?

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PetPaint says its spray paint for dogs can "change the way people celebrate occasions and holidays with their dog."

And wouldn't your team play better if it knew that Fido was sporting the team's colors that day?

PetPaint makes colorful canines only a spray away, says founder Abe Geary. And sales are reportedly booming.

'High Quality'

California-based PetPaint says "you haven't heard" of its color hairspray for dogs because "we invented it!"

The company says its "high-quality colored furspray" is "specially formulated, dog-safe, and veterinarian approved," although it does not say what is in the paint and did not respond to a request seeking more information.

The paint follows "the establishment of clinical protocols and rigorous formula testing," the company said.

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PetPaint says the product has been subject to "clinical protocols" but does not say what is in it.

The spray is "easy to use and safe for dogs to lick."

Relationships and Costumes

PetPaint's "quickly expanding color spray line" is "built on creating a lasting relationship between dogs and their owners," the company says.

PetPaint also sells stencils for use with the color sprays, boasting, "There is no better way to dress your dog than with PetPaint dog stencils."

"We make holidays and game days easy by providing you with stencils to make your dog costume perfect for any occasion."

   

Tagged categories: Coating Materials; Color; Decorative painting; Design

Comment from M. Halliwell, (11/15/2013, 9:32 AM)

Ok....sorry...I can't resist.... Do we need an SSPC-W(oof) spec for prepping our furry friends for coating? :) Hopefully a low pressure wash will do ;)


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