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Oscar in pendant
I have to say that I am very blessed to have incredible treasures to honor my little Oscar.  From custom paintings, 3D printed sculptures, custom collars, canvas photo prints, monogrammed doggie clothes and more. 
Brenda Scott from Animal Heart Pendants contact me a few weeks about making a pendant using one of my favorite photos of Oscar.   It's adorable!    I asked Brenda to send me some information on her business to share with my readers.  Looks for the giveaway at the bottom and the special code to get 25% OFF your order!
Here is her story:
I originally started with altered art jewelry created from my original artwork .  I paint in acrylics, watercolor and ink and wash.  My two top sellers are the Killer Whale (ink and wash) and the Black Lab (acrylic).  I started using photographs when I found that I did not have the time to create all the animals that I wanted to represent in my shop.  I love all creatures and find each animal, bird, insect and reptile to be gorgeous in its own unique way.  I couldn't just have a few animals - I wanted them all.  Currently I have over 200 different creatures represented but my goal is to have over 1,000.  
I have made custom pendants featuring dogs, cats, horses, cows and bearded dragons.  Some have been memorial pieces of a departed pet and others have been gifts for farmers and ranchers of specific cow breeds.   I also had requests for specific animal breeds like the Boer Goat because they remind the customer of childhood memories.  Customer satisfaction is my top priority when creating custom jewelry.  I will work with the customer at every step of the process to ensure a lasting keepsake.  
In the future, I plan to have the top 100 dog breeds as recognized by the American Kennel Club.  I also plan to have a series of Endangered Animals with a portion of the proceeds to go to the World Wildlife Fund's efforts to save those animals.
To help give back, I donate necklaces to animal rescue groups for use in their fundraising efforts.  We are lucky in Canada to have no-kill shelters but in United States there are so many throw-away pets.  I welcome the opportunity to help raise money to save as many animals as possible.  I also offer special discounts to members of verified animal rescue groups as well as wholesale rates when purchasing 10 or more items.
You can find me online at:
Twitter:  @animalpendants
Any questions or comments can be directed to my email address:
Customers wishing to place orders can do so either through my website or through Etsy.
ENTER TO WIN your very own custom pendant!  And if you'd like to order one right away, use coupon code petbloglady25 in either her Etsy shop or main website.   Good luck!  And thank you Brenda for the lovely pendant.  I love it! 

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Sandra Watts

I would love one of my dog that passed away.


I would put a picture of my chick. His name was Marty, he looked like Marty from Madagascar, with his stripes. I miss him, he would follow me everywhere. He was really cute. ^.^


I would put a picture of my kitty who passed away last year.

Hope Harman-Potteiger

Or I would put a picture of my dog in it. :)


Hope Harman-Potteiger

Beautiful pendants! If I was to win one, I would put either an orangutan in it or a picture of a dachshund. :) Thanks for having this giveaway and good luck to everyone entering!


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