There is no denying that dogs are angels. They can make us feel better and sense our emotions before we even feel them. Two incredibly popular dog breeds today are French Bulldogs and English Bulldogs, and it’s easy to see why.
French Bulldogs are adorable with their massive bat-like ears. They are friendly, alert, adaptable, and clearly irresistible. English Bulldogs are covered in soft wrinkles and are known for their squishy face.
If you are the owner of an English Bulldog or French Bulldog, you might be wondering what you can do to remember them and honor them long after they are gone. One thing you can do is get a tattoo that looks just like your pup!
There are several different types of tattoos you can get to honor your pet, but what could be better than their own silhouette or a full-color piece that highlights all of your pet’s best features?
Take a look at some of these great inspirational photos. You might just see one that seals the deal and makes you book that tattoo appointment!
If you have more than one pup, consider getting a tattoo of them together so you can always remember their friendship.
When your English Bulldog rules the house, and you’re aware of it, make it permanent. Tattoo them with a crown and a champagne flute for a mix of elegance and humor that looks incredible.
A great way to focus on the facial details of your pet is to frame their face like this!
Not everyone wants a huge tattoo so why not go minimal? This simple but cute french bulldog tattoo is perfect for minimalists. Even adding some floral elements around the portrait can indicate that the pet loved being in nature.
This simple full-body tattoo of a Frenchie is elegant and classy with plenty of detail on the pup’s face.
English Bulldogs and French Bulldogs are incredibly special pets. If you are trying to figure out a way to honor them long after they’ve gone, getting a tattoo of them is a brilliant idea. You can decide to keep the tattoo small with just a silhouette of your pet or, you can go big and get the tattoo in full color.
No matter what you decide on, your dog will always have a place in your heart, and on your skin. Hopefully, this post helped you gain some ideas on the best way to get a tattoo of your own pet. Now, it’s time to book that appointment and get your tattoo done so you can show it off!