Every one of these dog-themed logos is a winner in their own show- a logo design crowdsource contest at 99designs.
My Favorite Logos with Dogs for Pet Animal Businesses
Oh, my Dog Walking – They wanted a fun, adorably cute cartoon look for their new logo. They also stated they needed it to work with different layouts, both vertical and horizontal for social media and store signs. The design is so good it also works with no color in black and white.
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Fur & Collar – an e-commerce site that sells luxury pet accessories for both the beloved pets and their owners. Special dog breeds are emphasized. They are fun and unique with character and charm which their new logo communicates well.
Luka’s Legacy – Advertising and advocacy for animals
Club Grand Paw™ is for senior citizens to adopt older dogs and cats adoption program.
Rover Avenue – This company builds toys and accessories for dogs. I love the strong color palette in orange, white and black. The requested that the 99designs designers create logo ideas that were playful with simple design elements.
A Bone’s Throw – This pet essential delivery service has taken the traditional pet store and moved it online for their customer’s convenience. All their pet’s needs are delivered right to the pet owners door. Their target consumer is a high-end premium pet brand shopper.
They asked the 99designs graphic artists to create a new logo with the colors of orange and aqua to communicate happiness and precision. Also, they asked for a geometric look that would appeal to a more mature audience with a feminine touch.
Notice how the logo works well from website to business cards. That is a sign of a good graphic design.
Ecodog – Love this powerful but simple modern logo for eco-friendly dog products. This Berlin-based firm produces locally sourced leather collars and leashes that are ecological. Their line of dog products is different because they are natural and support animal welfare. Customers of their site want to know that the products they buy are part of an animal-friendly supply chain.
Wall Street Shelties – A dog kennel specializing in boarding sheltie show dogs. The logo is being used online, for advertising both internet and print. Asked for a twist on the financial term “wall street” combined with a Scottish and Irish Look.
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