|Don't worry, this isn't a real tiger - just a dog.|
I received some black and orange paint from PetPaint. I didn't use too much orange and mostly stuck with the black. PetPaint offers stencils to make the task of painting your dog easier. I used the Animal Instincts Stencil Pack to paint the black stripes and just freelanced the orange stripes afterwards. You can use this stencil pack to turn your dog into a leopard, cheetah, tiger, or zebra.
I will say that I guess I expected a little more of the stencil pack. The stencils are just made of cardboard and I'm not sure how much they can be re-used. I guess I was expecting maybe some sort of bendable plastic? But they were still very helpful in painting on the stripes. I'd hate to see what Shiner's paint job would have looked like without them.
|A rear shot of the paint job.|
Shiner was good while being painted, but I kept her on a leash because I was afraid she would run off and roll around in the grass during the process. This paint wears off quickly and was pretty faded the next day. And it was super easy to wash off the dog and my own hands.
PetPaint is an easy to alternative for dogs who hate wearing clothes and costumes on Halloween or other holidays/events. It's veterinarian tested, non-toxic, and professional quality pet hair dye. Plus, it washes off easily. It can also be used on cats and horses.
It was a fun experience and everyone loved Shiner's new safari look. Visit PetPaint to check out all of their colors, stencil packs, and how-to videos if you're interested in painting your dog sometime! I'd recommend PetPaint if you are looking to spice up your dog's look for the day.
|Do I get a treat now?|
Have you ever painted your pet? Would you ever paint your pet?
Disclosure: I received the products in this post at no charge from PetPaint for an honest review. I received no other compensation. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This post does contain affiliate links.