deceased pet paw print in frame with photograph using inkless wipe kit

Loss of beloved pet turned into precious print keepsake

According to the RSPCA the UK pet population in 2018* estimated that we owned:
  • 9.0 million dogs
  • 8.0 million cats
In the UK, it’s estimated that 12 million (44 percent of) households have pets* . Around 51 million pets owned.
I grew up with dogs as a child. Since I married in 2004 I have had a German Shepherd called Legend. A Westie called Crumble who lived till she was 16! Both have now sadly passed away. I currently have a rescue Shih Tzu called Phoebe and a Crazy Cockapoo called Pickle. So I know, the loss of a beloved pet is very distressing.  They become part of the family and you never forget them.
black cockapoo loss of a beloved pet with precious memories
My Pet Black Cockapoo Pickle
So when you lose your pet I get it! It’s hard and whilst time is a healer. I can also help ease the pain.  How? Your pet paw prints can become to a precious print keepsakes.
Pet print keepsakes are a great reminder over the years to come of your beloved pet dog or cat.

What can Precious Memories offer after the loss of a beloved pet?

The process is very simple, quick and mess-free.  You can either pop along to the studio with your pet or have a go yourself.  The print does not have to be perfect.. Please do not worry. Do lots of them. The studio can tidy them up before they go in a frame. To make the frame even more special add your favourite photograph.
Tilly dog paw print in a frame using an inkless wipe kit

Pet Paw Print Jewellery after the loss of a beloved pet

Once you have created a paw print you could use it to also have a piece of jewellery created.  The image below highlights this. Willow who had passed away and it was a terrible shock for the client . Willow’s pawprint went in to a wooden frame along with a beautiful photograph.  The same print was then used to create a silver heart paw print charn. The loss of a beloved pet is very hard at times.  A piece of a jewellery is a lovely reminder of your companion.
pet paw print in a wood frame using inkless wipe
deceased pet paw print in a frame using inkless wipe wood with pawprint silver heart charm
loss of a beloved pet pawprint silver charm
loss of a beloved pet pawprint silver charm on tiffany style bracelet

Can you use a print done by my vet?

Vets are great.  People who work there understand the loss of a beloved pet is painful.  They often take prints for you.  Prints can be used to create your jewellery.  Often you would need to scan the print to us.

How do I get a kit to create a keepsake after the loss of my beloved pet?

Call Glenda on 07738165146 or email :-

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