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You And Your Dog Can Now Get Matching Necklaces

You And Your Dog Can Now Get Matching Necklaces

We've all bought friendship bracelets in our time, but had you ever thought of getting bestie jewellery for you and your dog? After all, there really is no better pal than your pet pooch.

Loyal and loving, your puppa would never choose to leave your side. Now, rather conveniently, you can get matching necklace sets to show just how much you appreciate the furry companion in your life.

Created by Canadian brand Slashpile Designs and sold on Etsy, there are two designs to choose from, both made from sterling silver.

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The first is made in the shape of a dog's bone, whilst doggo's matching piece is naturally one to attach to his or her collar, and is circular in shape with a dog bone cut out of it.

The design features a sterling silver cut-out collar and matching bone pendant necklace (Credit: Slashpile Designs)
The design features a sterling silver cut-out collar and matching bone pendant necklace (Credit: Slashpile Designs)

You can buy the set here for £59.32.

The second option has a love heart design - puppy love is the truest love, after all. Buy it here also for £59.32.

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To make these hand-crafted pieces even more special, you can pay extra and ask the seller on Etsy to engrave it, too.

We're thinking something like, 'BFFS 4 Lyf' (subtle, eh?) Or you could just be sensible and get your phone number lasered onto the dog tag in case your little one ever gets lost.

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Not a dog person? No problem. There's a cute one for cats too, with a cut-out cat design to hang from your moggy's collar, and a twinning cat pendant to wear around your neck.

Not a dog person? You can also buy a cat cut-out design to hang on your moggy's collar (Credit: Slashpile Designs)
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Whichever one you choose your matchy-matchy jewels are going to look seriously sleek - this is a snap you're definitely going to want for the 'gram.

On the technical front, both pieces are soldered closed for extra security, so they won't open up during your pet's playtime.

The pieces are also saw-pierced, which means that each set varies slightly due to the handmade nature of the technique - which we're reading as: each item is bespoke purchase with its own unique features.

Most of us have bought friendship bracelets in our time, but have you thought of a matching your jewellery with your pet? (Credit: Unsplash)
Most of us have bought friendship bracelets in our time, but have you thought of a matching your jewellery with your pet? (Credit: Unsplash)
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What about measurements? Well, the listing describes the round dog collar tag as being 1" in diameter and the heart pendant is about 3/8" wide. Meanwhile, the necklace comes on an 18" chain.

What better way to show your unconditional love for your pet?

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Topics: Life News, Dogs

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