Paw and Glory’s Personalised Pet Portraits Will Get Tails Wagging

Paw and Glory's Personalised Pet Portraits Will Get Tails Wagging

As we enter November and darker nights draw in with the clocks going back at the weekend, most of our attentions are turning to, dare we say, the C-word – Christmas. With an endless list of things to do, buying gifts for loved ones can seem like a daunting task, what with scratching our heads wondering what to get, not to mention the prospect of waiting in long queues in stores.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. Years of scientific research suggests the whole process can be a lot more fulfilling. A little thought and time spent on purchasing and tailoring a gift can make present-buying much more meaningful for both the giver and receiver. And if you’re looking to buy a gift for a pet lover, you won’t go far wrong with a gift from Paw and Glory. It’s sure to pop a smile on the recipient’s face as well as have tails wagging.

Let’s admit it, we all know who really runs our household, and we adore them, feed, spoil and entertain them―we are basically glorified servants to our pampered pets who are treated like royalty. And with a personalised pet portrait, you can take this bond to an entirely new level of adoration and, err, obsession.

Two of Paw and Glory's animal portraits

Paw and Glory specialise in creating pet portraits with a twist to them. Talented artists will hand-design an incredibly detailed and lifelike pet portrait based on a photo of your pet and magically turn your four-legged friend into a work of art. Pet portraits from Paw and Glory can immortalise your special friend in some very creative ways. Imagine Daisy, the Siamese cat as a Downton Dowager or Rover the Rottweiler standing proudly as a Russian General? A pet portrait is sure to make an ideal Christmas present for any owner.

The dogs in in period clothing in an ornate frame

And the whole process is simple. All you need to do is upload a pet picture onto the Paw and Glory website. Choose the costume that most suits the furry pet’s personality selected from popular UK TV shows, films and historical styles. You can even view and approve the image before it prints, giving you complete satisfaction and peace of mind.

Pet portraits can come in a variety of options. For example, you can have them on a canvas, a mobile phone cover, cushions, mugs and more. They can even be supplied in the form of digital artwork, which can be used as a screen saver or put into a digital photo frame. The whole process takes just five days from start to delivery. The only dilemma for the recipient will be figuring out where to put the masterpiece – the wall or the mantlepiece?

A Paw and Glory cup and a cushion with animal portraits on

Paw and Glory is a new company, having been formed by three best friends in 2020. The team comprises Lucy, who is the CEO and founder and an experienced Graphic Designer. Beth, whose role is to look after administration and customer relations, and Zara, who looks after design and the bespoke requests coming into the company. The company is in north London, and the whole process – design, print and production – takes place in the UK.

Two different dog portraits on canvas

Gift giving is an expression of truly seeing the other person and knowing what they want. Celebrating and immortalising a cherished pet will be an unforgettable memory that will last beyond Christmas Day. With Christmas cancelled in 2020, we all deserve a double dose of festive cheer this year.

Paw and Glory – Where and How?

Prices start from as little as £26. To see the full range of Paw and Glory designs, or if you have an idea for a bespoke request, you can contact the company via their website

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Sabi Phagura

Deputy Online Editor

Sabi Phagura is a health, fitness, travel and lifestyle journalist with over 14 years experience in both print and broadcasting media. With Luxurious Magazine, Sabi has travelled the world and experienced some of the finest things that it has to offer. Sabi is one of our most eager and enthusiastic journalists regularly finding unique and exciting destinations. She always creates articles that showcase the subject in the best light via her wealth of knowledge in the luxury travel and dining sectors.

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