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Layered Pet Face Necklace™

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Layered Pet Face Necklace™

$39.00$55.00

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No Tarnishing Ever

Our pieces are meticulously crafted with our one-of-a-kind plating technique. This propritary procedure ensures that your PupRing jewelry will never tarnish or discolor your skin!

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1 Year Warranty

Each of our creations is accompanied by a one-year warranty. It's our assurance of quality and our promise to address any concerns, ensuring your total satisfaction.

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Handmade to Order

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Safe for Sensitive Skin

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Water & Sweat-Resistant

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Designed in the USA

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PHOTO GUIDE

Taking the right photo for your custom engraved pendant is vital. Follow the guidelines below to ensure the best possible engraving.

1. Avoid Blur

Ensure your photo is clear and focused. Blurry photos can affect the precision of the engraving, making it look less distinct and sharp.

Tip: Hold your camera steady and use natural lighting for the best results. If your dog is energetic, try to capture their photo when they are calm or resting.

2. Capture Both Eyes

A front-facing photo where both eyes are visible is preferred. This provides a good balance to the engraved pendant and gives your dog's portrait a lifelike feel.

Tip: Hold a toy or treat near your camera to get your dog's attention and make them look directly at the lens.

3. Darker Dogs: Pay Attention to Lighting

For darker dogs, a well-lit photo is essential to ensure all the details are captured accurately in the engraving. This will help bring out the contrast and saturation for an optimal result.

Tip: Outdoor natural lighting often works best for darker dogs. Try taking the photo during the early morning or late afternoon when the lighting is softer.

4. Include the Whole Head

Make sure the entire head, including ears, is visible in the photo. More details will provide us with a better basis for the engraving, resulting in a more realistic and detailed final product.

Tip: Ensure there's enough space around your dog's head in the frame so none of the features get cut off.

Remember, the photo you provide will be the basis for the engraving, so the better the photo, the better the final product. Take your time and have fun capturing the perfect portrait of your dog!

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