Advert

Latest

an hour ago
Advert
2 hours ago
Advert

Most Popular

4 hours ago
Advert

You Can Now Create Your Own Storybook Starring Your Actual Dog

You Can Now Create Your Own Storybook Starring Your Actual Dog

Do you love your pet more than most humans? If so, we've found the perfect gift for you to order ASAP.

Enter Petlandia, the hand-illustrated storybook starring your very own animal. Meaningful and fun to make, their website lets you customise an illustration of your cat, dog or rabbit.

The books start at £14.99 and come in two narratives, Petlandia Roadtrip and Adventures in Petlandia, which tell a story of "friendship, fame, loneliness and love."

Advert

With thousands of customisable options, details like collars, paws and breeds can be changed to make the perfect kitty duplicate or doggy doppelgänger.

Pet owners' names can be added too, and you can add a free personalised message to the book.

Advert



For owners with more than one furry friend, Petlandia offers a story to feature them both, Petlandia Roadtrip.

More Like ThisMore Like This

1 of 6
Life

Blind Pooch Has His Very Own Guide Dog Puppy

Advert

The company also sells a range of other customised pet gifts, like t-shirts, dog bowls, mugs, wrapping paper and Christmas cards. We can see ourselves getting seriously carried away here...



Advert

The site is full of five-star reviews. "Thanks again for the great book," said one happy customer, "It's a huge hit in the family and our daughter thinks it's the best thing ever to have a book with her Ollie Wallie in it."

Another five-star review said: "Can't recommend enough buying this hilarious tale with the added personalised bonus!! Two extremely happy children."


Advert


We don't know about you, but we really can't think of a better way to give your pet the stardom they deserve.

Order your own pet story book here.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/ @marcominiaturedachshund

Topics: Dog, Life News, Pets, Animals

Daisy Bernard

Daisy is a freelance writer working for Tyla. Daisy was Assistant Editor at The Tab and women's site Babe, was Editor at art news site MutualArt, and ran the editorial for a global women in tech platform. In between writing, Daisy is an artist and illustrator.