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Paws and noses — Maybe subtlety is more your thing. You don’t necessarily need to show the entire dog to beat the customer over the head that your product is, indeed, for dogs. Or maybe you just need a clean, simple logo that’ll fit on a business card. Whatever the reason, you Croatia Phone Number can represent the idea of “dog” by utilizing iconography. Focus on identifiable elements, such as floppy ears, adorable paw prints, and sniffing noses. These elements also incorporate nicely into a lettermark, if you don’t want a full-blown logo.
Wordmarks often add a touch of class, but they may be too ambiguous when it comes to informing what your product is. Working in dog iconography helps clarify your purpose. Muddy Pawz Bakery Logo for Muddy Pawz Bakery by WantedPowers Have Dog Love Travel logo Have Dog Love Travel! by KreatanK Pawcasso logo Pawcasso by Mat W PensterDocs logo PensterDocs logo by artsigma Poo-ches logo Logo for Poo-ches by MarkCreative™ sniffsnout logo Pet Logo Design by PattyAnne Whit and Millie logo Whit & Millie by pinna Bones for Bowser — Surprisingly, bones aren’t necessarily safe for your best friend to chew on. That being said, the iconic dog bone is engrained in our culture. This is another great way to imply your product is for dogs without being so totally obvious about it.