Warren London sells color products that can make your dog look like this! They are "creativity tools" for you to "paint your dog" - just use your imagination!
Warren London is a U.S. based company inspired by a Boston Terrier named Maurice. Maurice developed skin allergies at the age of six months and no skin treatments his parents tried were adequate to assuage the pup's itching and pain.
Like many other companies inspired by a personal need, Warren London started small, and then after loads of preparation, bloomed into a successful manufacturer of skin, fur, and nail solutions for dogs. Its array of current products is broad and well-loved by customers.
I was particularly surprised that the company produces hair and nail color, non-toxic and temporary, for those of us who would color their dogs for a costume party or just on a whim - fun for humans and attention-getting for pets (as if they need more attention!). From the photos I've seen, it looks like some pet parents are far more talented than average.
The color job below is more my speed, but it's still attention grabbing!
At any rate, there's no stopping those that are creative and talented with the Critter Color, but there's also hope for those of us who just 'dabble.'
Warren London offers many colors to dabble with: Alexa's Pink Kisses, Central Park Green, Orange Country House Hounds, Blue Collar Worker, Hazy Shade of Purple, Sweet Avery Red, and Yellow Snow. Catch some of the customer photos!
Critter Color comes in a four-ounce jar and is a thin paste. You can apply it with your gloved hands or with a hair color brush and then dry it with a hair dryer. You can even dilute it (25%) and use it in an airbrush system! The color will wear off within a few days, but to remove it totally will likely require a bath. Here's a must-see short video which will give you more confidence before you dip your brush in....
Note that Critter Colors come out brightest on white and light fur; the darker the fur, the less the color will show up.
Whether or not you dip your brush in Critter Colors, you can paint your pets nails easily using Warren London's award winning Pawdicure Polish Pens in 13 colors, including white, which is not just cool-looking with any color fur, but comes in handy as a base color!
The colors are so strong and pretty, and the fact that you can paint your dog's nails with a pen gives you a lot of control so you can go wild with your creativity, whether you are naturally artistic or not! And you can use the Pawdicures on your own nails, matching your pets' nails if you like! (See the great compilation of customer photos below.)
Warren London Pawdicure Polish Pens are sold individually and as a set. Indulge!
That's the buzz for today!