Immortalize your fallen pet with a custom painting from photos
Custom Paintings from Photos of Your Pet: The Perfect Way to Honor a Deceased Pet
Because pet owners love their pets so much, when a pet dies, it can be just as painful as when a person dies. The grieving process is not easy for pets just like it is not easy for people. In fact, many people can take weeks, months, or even years to recover emotionally from the loss of a beloved pet such as a cat, dog, or horse.
Many pet owners who experience the loss of a pet want to do something to immortalize their fallen pets or to honor their memories, but do not know exactly what to do. Here at Paint Your Life, we know exactly what you should do to honor the memory of a deceased pet: get a custom painting from photos of your pet!
Custom pet portraits from the artists at Paint Your Life are exceptionally beautiful and they can be easily displayed at home or in the office. All that you have to do to commission a stunning painting from Paint Your Life is to choose the artist you want to do your custom painting, to choose a style of painting, and to submit one-to-three photos of your deceased pet to us. Then our artists will take care of the rest. In just a few weeks, you will receive your beautiful, original custom pet portrait in oil paint to honor your fallen pet
Alba’s Paint Your Life Story
Alba had a beloved dog named Ziggy. Unfortunately, Ziggy passed away and Alba wanted to do something nice to honor Ziggy’s memory. After spending some time researching on the internet, she came across Paint Your Life. Shortly after, she decided to commission a custom painting of her dog from Paint Your Life. Here is what Alba had to say about her experience with Paint Your Life:
“I recently lost my baby girl Ziggy. Needless to say, I have been grieving and missing her every day since her passing. I received my painting and placed it in my bedroom, which is where we spent most of our time in the last ten years. The painting is stunning! Ever since I hung it on the wall, I feel she is with me all the time. Thank you for bringing my baby home.”
As you can tell from her comments, Alba’s custom pet portrait of her deceased dog, Ziggy, means an incredible amount to her. It makes her feel a certain sense of emotional comfort following the passing of her beloved dog. If you recently had a pet pass away, then you might be able to also find some comfort by getting a custom pet portrait done from a photo of your fallen pet.
Assisting with the Healing Process
When it comes to healing from the loss of a pet, people can use all the help they can get. When a pet dies, it leaves a hole in the heart and creates a distinct void that can be very difficult to deal with on an emotional level.
People who commission custom pet portraits from Paint Your Life can feel like their pet is still a part of their lives even when the pet has died. This is because our artists are capable of creating incredibly realistic and beautiful paintings of the pets that can be hung up on the walls.
If you commission a custom pet portrait from Paint Your Life and display it on your walls after your pet has died, then you will feel more like your pet is still around, bringing you joy and love on a consistent basis. This will help you to cope with the loss over time. It will also help you to feel like you have properly honored your pet’s memory, which is also good for coping with loss.
Pet Portraits are Great for Any Pet: Living or Deceased
Our pet portraits are not just for deceased pets. If you have living pets, you can commission paintings for them too! If you care deeply about your pets and if you are very proud of them, then hanging beautiful portraits of them around your home is a great way to show them off to your friends and family members.
Once you start hanging up your custom pet portraits, you will be surprised at how many compliments you will get about them from your friends and family members. In fact, people might start asking you where you got the custom paintings and wanting to know how to get their own for their pets!
But, regardless of whether you choose to commission a custom pet portrait for a living or for a deceased pet, you will get an amazing painting either way!