Nail Polish Art for Dogs? Apparently This is a 'Thing' (Photos)

You know what’s weirder than one company making a nail polish line for dogs? Two companies making a nail polish line for dogs.  Yes, there are two different companies who market colored nail polish for pups. First there is OPI’s Pawlish, the popular nail polish line for humans branched out and has created a line for canines. They note that, “Pawlish is tested on people, not animals!” They even make “It’s Dog Gone! Pawlish Remover,” for when your doggie is ready to make a hue change.   The other line is Color Paw Premium Pet Nail Polish that comes in colors from Raspberry Sparkle to Electric Lime.

Evidently, there are buyers for the brands and even doggie salons who specialize in nail polish application on paws. Maybe your dog is a diva and struts around in Sangria Shimmer but this phenomenon is new to me. And even odder, owners and pet nail technicians are creating dog nail art with complicated patterns – not just your basic layer of pink.

For more photographic proof of the popularity of doggie nail art, check out some of these puppy dog pedicures right here:

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  • Hot Pink & Flowers 1 of 5
    Hot Pink & Flowers
    This pup didn't just have hot pink applied to their nails but little bejeweled flowers.
    Source: Dreamy Paws
  • It Christmas 2 of 5
    It Christmas
    Some very festive Christmas nails on this pup, and with bling even!
    Source: Dog Coummunity
  • Polka Dots 3 of 5
    Polka Dots
    This dog is totally on trend with the polka dots. It's a little crazy when a dog's nails are more polished and perfect than most humans.
    Source: A Place to Love Dogs
  • St. Paddy’s 4 of 5
    St. Paddy's
    In celebration of St. Patrick's Day, this dog donned their own brand of green. On their nails. Source: A Place to Love Dogs
  • Simple 5 of 5
    Simple
    These simple pink nails seem tame in comparison don't they? Source: Love to Know Dogs
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Check out Jezebel’s ode to Doggie Nail Art: A Fun New Way to Make Sure Your Dog Hates You right here.

Image Above via Alice Gorgenker

 

 

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