Paints and varnishes should be used in well-ventilated areas to avoid respiratory irritation or light-headedness in people and pets.
On its website, each furspray is priced at $9.99. They are available in an array of eight total shades, including Poodle Pink and Beagle Blue. PetPaint also vends stencils for $4.99 a piece.
Ever want to paint up or dress your own pet? Well, if your poor dog is anything like mine and hates when you try to dress her (or him) up in human clothes, there’s now a fun alternative. Pet Paint is a great way to decorate your pet for any occasion – and won’t make any mess! Read on more to find out what Pet Paint is, and how Shark Tank helped
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The best way to be sure any paint recipe is pet-safe is to make it kid-safe as well. If you are planning to do an art project that may involve your pet either being painted or using the artistic result (for example, a placemat for the dog's bowl), then you should make sure that ingesting the paint will not harm the animal. You also can use these types of paints to decorate bird and rodent toys.Though this was not only the beginning of an enduring love story, it turns out, but the genesis of a burgeoning business venture that is today known as PetPaint.Start painting. This paint can be used as fingerpaint, pet paint (if your vet approves painting your dog) or for painting mats or toys for use by pets.While Geary’s invention is self-admittedly niche, the countless ways in which PetPaint is being used today never cease to hearten or surprise him, he said.The proposal set off a “lightbulb moment,” Geary says. Other painting products on the market were difficult to apply and stubborn to remove; this wasn’t. After tapping suppliers and perfecting the dog-safe, vet-approved formula over the next two years, PetPaint had its soft launch in 2012.Every Thursday evening at Ian Sherwin Gallery, participants are encouraged to bring their own beverage and socialize as they paint pictures of their pets. (Alyssa Pointer / Chicago Tribune)