A Dog Is For Life, But A Tattoo Lasts Even Longer

When you invite pets into your life, everything changes. Even if you’ve never considered yourself an
animal person, you’ll soon become enslaved to those cute furries. In no time, even their
stinky litter boxes and seemingly endless fur won’t put you off. That’s because your pets will fast become
the apples of your eye. And, when they do, you’ll want to do what you can to express your love for them.

For some of us, that means giving them plenty of attention and buying overpriced toys. For others, it
means going all out with something like a tattoo tribute which can keep our pets with us forever more.

An astounding amount of devoted pet owners now choose to express their love this way. If you look out
for them, you may start to see pet portraits everywhere you go. If you’re a fan of tattoos, you may even
begin to consider going down this path yourself.

It’s worth noting, though, that the jury is still out on whether pet tattoos are stylish or not. Before you take
the plunge, then, ask yourself these pressing questions.




Would you regret it?

Considering regret is essential for any tattoo. A tattoo, even more than a dog, is for life and not just for Christmas. If you don’t think this through, you could find yourself seeking removal treatments. The good news is that there are options available at facilities like Bella Luce. But, you could save yourself the hassle by considering whether you’re likely to regret this move. Of course, you’ll never want to forget your beloved pets. But, does that really mean you want their portrait on your arm forever?

When would it end?

If you have a lot of pets in your life or intend to get more, it’s also worth asking when this ends. If you get a portrait of one, you may feel the need to do the same for all your others. That could leave you with no additional skin for pet portraits. A whole farmyard of creatures on your body may not be exactly what you wanted, either. If you intend to have many pets, then, you may be better off finding other ways to show your love. Something as simple as displaying pictures in your home may be better. Your walls, after all, can take a lot more pet portraits than your limited skin could.

Could you make it stylish?

It’s also worth considering whether you could make your pet tattoo stylish. Tattoos are, after all, largely done to look good. A chunky portrait of Rex on your thigh might not do the trick. But, there are alternative options. Some owners are choosing to get their pet’s paw prints tattooed on them. Others opt for artistic scenes which incorporate their pets.

The main thing to remember is that this is a serious commitment. If you answered in the negative to any of these questions, you might be best off steering clear, at least for the time being.

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