Good Photo Guide

Follow the tips in this video and the Example Images below when taking your pet's photo

If your photo doesn't meet our criteria, we'll let you know and help you choose a more suitable one!

• Make sure the photo is taken in good lighting (outdoor daylight is best)
• Try to take the photo at eye level with your pet
• They don't need to be looking at the camera
• Try to get a close up so we can see your pet's unique features
• Make sure the photo is not blurry and high resolution ( 1.5 Mb + )
• Make sure no features (e.g. ears!) are out of frame - we can't add them if they aren't in the original photo
• Ensure that the fur color in the photo is not affected by bad lighting. If the fur in the photo is not accurate to real life, the fur in the design won't be either

To Ensure the quality of your product, please submit original photos, don't use screenshots - cropped out photos, etc (just use these in case you have no other options)