30 Best Pet Business Logo Design Ideas You Should Check

You can never go wrong adding a pet to your story!  Check out some of the best pet business logo design ideas we have curated to inspire your projects!
Created by Lucas Galvão | https://www.behance.net/gallery/134043625/Esttica-Pet

Having a good logo is a must these days. The question is, how do we make such a logo? While there's no absolute rule on what makes a logo design good, there are best practices that can help us make a good one. Also, we don't need to start from scratch. We can find inspiration from other designers' works.

If you have a pet business, a good pet business logo design will go a long way. It will not only allow your business to stand out from the competition, but it will also make your brand more recognizable and memorable. In addition, you can make a statement about your brand with it, too.

To help jumpstart your creative process, we have collected 30 inspiring pet business logo design ideas from talented graphic designers from around the world. Check out their works and get inspired. Let's get started right away.


1. Dán 'n Dog

Created by Jack McKeon | https://www.behance.net/gallery/135238325/Dan-n-Dog-Pet-Friendly-Caf

Jack McKeon's artwork for the Dan D Dog brand here comes in the form of a wordmark. The design doesn't involve any image. Rather, it utilizes the brand's name with some stylizations.

Dan n Dog is a cozy, pet-friendly café. The logo showcases this very well. The letters are all in lowercase, giving the feeling of friendliness and approachability. The "n" may be grammatically incorrect, but it adds to the logo's friendliness.


2. Amigo

Created by Alexandra Design Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/72053667/Amigo-pet-apparel

If you can't decide yet what colors to use, consider using black and white. You can't go wrong with it. It is a classic color combination with timeless beauty that can be used on many occasions, including logo designs.

The color combination in Alexandra Design Studio's artwork makes the wordmark easily noticeable. The contrast draws attention to the center. The twist at the end of the letter O adds an interesting visual cue, too.


3. Meggies

Created by Kato Design Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/122143595/Meggies-Natural-Food-for-Pets-Brand-Identity

While black and white can do wonders, using colors can be great too. Look at Kato Design Studio's artwork here. The contrast between the red text and the yellow background makes the wordmark more interesting.

The contrast is balanced enough. It draws attention but still makes the text easily readable and looks easy on the eye. The text is in lowercase, stylized in a fun and exciting font. It fits the brand so well.



Created by Monumento Co | https://www.behance.net/gallery/99825735/PET-A-PORTER

When designing a visual representation for your brand, you should aim for simplicity. The simpler the design, the better. A simple logo can be recognized and memorized easily. If your brand's logo is too complex, your audience will find it difficult to recognize, let alone memorize.

That doesn't mean you add style and personal touches, however. Monumento Co's pet business logo design for Pet-a-Porter here showcases how appealing a simple logo design can be.


5. Pet Master

Created by Daniel Lima | https://www.behance.net/gallery/126793969/Pet-Master

Daniel Lima's inspiring artwork for Pet Master is very appealing and playful. The letters are stylized in a way they look like images. Notice the letters P and M. The letter P looks like a cat paw, while the letter M looks like a cat head with a pair of long ears.

The bright colors add more excitement. There's a brief description under the brand's name, explaining what the brand is all about.


6. OMW

Created by Alex Dang | https://www.behance.net/gallery/131637209/OMW

A logo needs not only to be outstanding but also to communicate the brand's personality and what it's about. Alex Dang's artwork is an excellent example of such a logo.

The letterforms are customized to look like graffiti, showing the "out-of-the-box" -ness of the pet store. Furthermore, all of the letters have curves, making the logo captivating and giving off an energetic and fun vibe. It's catchy, draws attention, and communicates the brand well.


7. Min

Created by ELFINA JOEW | https://www.behance.net/gallery/128141801/Min-Pet-Salon-Spa

A wordmark is typically simple, but it's not the only logo type you can use. There are plenty more. For example, Elfina Joew's artwork is a combination mark. It combines a wordmark and a pictorial mark.

On the left, there's a cute puppy waving its leg. On the right are the brand's name and its brief description. It's a combination mark, but it keeps things simple, concise, and appealing. Notice the font and colors.


8. Petplast

Created by Juliana Yuri Yoshida | https://www.behance.net/gallery/121917003/Petplast-Identidade-Visual

A good logo is simple. That doesn't mean you should go with black and white every time. You can keep it simple while at the same time making it playful and colorful. Juliana Yuri Yoshida's pet business logo design here proves that.

The font showcases the playful side of the brand. Meanwhile, the colors make the logo more visually appealing, especially with the three dots above the E, which add a unique visual cue.


9. Woody

Created by Cassiano Gustavo | https://www.behance.net/gallery/77766645/Woody

Colors are there not just for making a logo more visually appealing. They are deliberately chosen to evoke certain emotions. For example, the green in Woody's logo by Cassiano Gustavo evokes cheerfulness.

Green is also associated with health and safety, which fits the Woody pet shop so well. Notice the letter W, which resembles a cat's nose and upper mouth. The design also involves various cat expressions, making it even more noticeable and exciting.


10. All For Pets

Created by Nadya Nikolaeva | https://www.behance.net/gallery/126834231/Pet-Shop-Branding

The next one on the list is Nadya Nikolaeva's pet business logo design for All for Pets. Notice the simplicity of the brand's graphic representation. It shows the hind legs and tail of a pet. Both the text and image are in black and against a white background.

The simple design, combined with the timeless beauty of black and white, creates a brand's graphic representation that draws attention and can't be ignored.


11. Dom Pet Store

Created by Ruma Núcleo Criativo | https://www.behance.net/gallery/104050977/Dom-Pet-Store

Ruma Nucleo Criativo's artwork is nothing short of clever. Instead of using geometrical shapes, which we are familiar with, the design uses an abstract shape. It combines the letter P with an outline of a dog's head.

The result is a minimalist and recognizable brand logo. The color combination makes the design even more interesting. The contrast between the white letter and the yellow background is appealing and pleasant to the eye.


12. PAWS

Created by TAT Song | https://www.behance.net/gallery/144083487/PAWS-Effective-Dog-Training-Studio

Tat Song's pet business logo design is as simple as it gets. It is a wordmark and uses black and white. There is nothing intricate in the design. That said, it makes an amazing brand graphic representation thanks to its simplicity.

Since the design is so simple, the audience can recognize and remember it easily. Furthermore, the brief description of the brand helps the audience to associate the logo with what the brand does.


13. Trace

Created by Second Eight | https://www.behance.net/gallery/144816855/Trace-Logo-and-Branding-Design

For a pet business, adding pet-related shapes to a logo is a good idea. It is, however, not a must. Notice how Second Eight's pet business logo design with name doesn't include any such shapes.

Rather, it uses a clean, basic, yet dynamic typography and colors that convey friendliness, trustworthiness, and a touch of modernity. This fits Trace well. It is a pet business that helps owners track their pet's location using smart technology.


14. Little Pet Shop

Created by Luan Lopes | https://www.behance.net/gallery/140269937/Little-Pet-Shop

Designed by Luan Lopes, the Little Pet Shop's logo is simple, concise, and memorable. Except for the first letter, all the letters are written in lowercase with no sharp edges. This evokes a feeling of friendliness and approachability.

The letter E is replaced by a silhouette of a hamster, adding uniqueness and a hard-to-miss visual cue. The contrasting colors draw attention just enough. It is an excellent example of beauty in simplicity.


15. Petido

Created by Nic Moldoveanu | https://www.behance.net/gallery/29093353/Pet-Shop-Logo

A logo can be professional but also fun and vibrant. Nic Moldoveanu's pet business logo design for Petido demonstrates that. The font is less playful and more professional, fitting Petido, which is a pet shop and vet clinique very well.

It does have a fun side, though. Notice the squirrel's tail on the letter D. The letters are mostly in orange, making the design vibrant. Meanwhile, the teal on the letter T adds balance.


16. Peeka Paws

Created by Agu Wu | https://www.behance.net/gallery/121062559/Peeka-Paws-brand-run-by-Dachsund

While colors, especially bright ones, add excitement to a logo, the black-and-white combination can be fun, too. Just look at Agu Wu's artwork for Peeka Paws. The design is simple and minimalist, but it's cute and fun.

There is a dachshund dog coming out of a hole with a smiling face. Underneath the smiling dog, there are the brand's name and its slogan. The logo is simple, but it gets the job done.


17. Hugo

Created by Motyw Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/136042893/Hugo

Motvw Studio's artwork is another black and white brand's logo that looks amazing. The typography evokes playfulness and excitement. Notice the heart shape within the letter H.

While the full name of the brand can be used, the letter H alone is attractive enough to be used as a letter mark. Furthermore, regardless of the letters are arranged, the design will still be visually appealing. The timeless beauty of the colors makes it even better.


18. Ruska™

Created by Petrikór ℗ | https://www.behance.net/gallery/131006833/Ruska

There are many interesting things about Petrikor's pet business logo design for Ruska. Firstly, the rounded and thick font. The roundedness evokes feelings of softness and comfort, which is fitting for a pet business like Ruska. Meanwhile, the thickness adds importance and draws attention.

Secondly, the bright red color. It conveys the brand's passion for what it does. Thirdly, the neutral background. It allows for the wordmark to stand out and make a statement.



Created by FΛRSHΛD ΛREFFΛR | https://www.behance.net/gallery/145888899/CABIDO

Blue is an excellent choice if you want to show professionalism and create a sense of security. Notice how impressive the color is utilized in Farshad Areffar's artwork for Cabido. Notice also the white space that forms pet-related shapes that make the design even more interesting.

The light blue serves as the background. It provides a soft contrast to the dark blue letters, thus creating a balanced look that is easy on the eye.


20. Argos Pet Supply

Created by ToHoang | https://www.behance.net/gallery/107019153/Argos-Pet-Supply

Besides professionalism, blue can also be used to convey loyalty. Toby Hoang's logo design for Argos Pet Supply exemplifies this. Loyalty, alongside reliability and compassion, is the value that the brand upholds.

In addition, blue is also associated with the idea of cleanliness, which fits the pet supply store well. The design includes pictures of cute dogs and cats, conveying Argos Pet Supply's fun and whimsical side. Meanwhile, the font communicates friendliness.


21. Groomaster

Created by Alisa Yarkey | https://www.behance.net/gallery/143068315/Groomaster-pet-salon-banding

A logo is a brand's graphic representation. Ideally, it should reflect something about the brand and conveys certain messages to the audience. For example, Alisa Yarkey's artwork for Groomaster reflects trust, attention, and care.

The artwork comes in blue, which adds a sense of professionalism and loyalty. The design also incorporates playful shapes, making it not only more noticeable but attention-grabbing. The letters are written in lowercase, communicating the pet salon's friendliness and approachability.


22. Veter

Created by Enrique Puerto | https://www.behance.net/gallery/124619945/Veter

Enrique Puerto's pet business logo design for Veter is clean, minimalist, and ticks all the right boxes for a brand's graphic representation. The font conveys professionalism, fitting for a veterinary center like Veter.

Notice the "+" sign in place of the letter T. It reflects the health industry the veterinary center is in. It also adds a touch of uniqueness. All the letters are in white, further adding the serious tone of the logo.


23. Growth Pet

Created by Margarett Stasevich | https://www.behance.net/gallery/137812551/Brand-identity-for-grooming-service

You want to include an image to your brand's logo. However, you're still undecided on what kind of image to include. If that's the case, consider using the first letter of your brand's name. Margarett Stasevich's artwork shows how good it can be.

Look at the stylized letter G. The letter mark is clean, sleek, minimalist, and has a modern touch to it. It stands out and makes a hard-to-miss statement about the brand.


24. Hoppers

Created by Rachel Wong | https://www.behance.net/gallery/93921807/Hoppers-Cricket-Dog-Treats-Packaging

A good logo resonates with its target audience. For example, if your brand's target audience is 20 to 35-year-old dog owners, you want a logo that is playful and attractive. Rachel Wong's pet business logo design is an excellent example of such a logo.

Notice how the letters are arranged and the cute dog with the letter Ps as its ears. It keeps things simple and attractive while showing Hoppers' playful side.


25. The Waggle Tail

Created by Shaunak Datar | https://www.behance.net/gallery/129824199/The-Waggle-Tail-Rescue-and-food-for-strays

Shaunak Datar's artwork is as fun as the brand's name. The logo is in lowercase, which gives off a casual and more laid-back vibe. It also makes the brand appears more approachable and friendly, which fits a pet business like the Waggle Tail.

The "waggle" part is bolded. There are lines on the sides and bottom of the wordmark. These make the logo more interesting and easy to remember for the audience.


26. cutiepapi

Created by Mark Garcia | https://www.behance.net/gallery/128196779/cutiepapi

Mark Garcia's artwork is more than just a cute logo. The color choice, the font, and the image are all amazing. The pastel blue evokes a calming feeling, fitting for a pet store like Cutiepapi.  

The rounded sans-serif font makes it casual, simple, and modern. The smiling dog and cat image becomes an interesting visual cue that is simply hard to miss. While the logo design isn't complicated, there is beauty in its simplicity.


27. Saracat

Created by 八八口 龙 | https://www.behance.net/gallery/123994229/Saracat-Brand

The artwork for Saracat is simple, straight to the point, and gets the job done. The brand's graphics representation may "only" come in black and white, but it is its simplicity that makes it so appealing.

We all know the timeless beauty of black and white, but the twist of cat eyes in the wordmark makes it quite recognizable and memorable. It reflects the brand's playful side while still keeping a bit of professionalism.


28. Sas Animal Service

Created by Victor Sevryukov | https://www.behance.net/gallery/95231781/Sas-Animal-Service

The next pet business logo design is designed by Victor Sevryukov for the Sas Animal Service. Sas Animal Service is a veterinary clinic that offers a full range of diagnostic and treatment services for animals. The artwork represents this well.

Notice the blue and letter S. The dominant blue reflects the brand's professionalism and loyalty towards its customers. The stylized S allows it to stand out from the rest and be memorable.


29. TotalPet®

Created by Juani Serrovalle | https://www.behance.net/gallery/36660505/TotalPet-Branding

A good brand's graphics representation conveys the brand's value. In this case, Juani Serrovalle's artwork for TotalPet conveys reliability and professionalism through the blue outline and text.

Notice the use of uppercase for the letters T and P. While the rounded fonts make it more friendly and approachable, the uppercase letters keep it professional. A very fitting choice for a veterinary clinic. Moreover, the dog outline is simple. It easily attracts the audience's attention.


30. Estética Pet

Created by Lucas Galvão | https://www.behance.net/gallery/134043625/Esttica-Pet

If you're looking for minimalist, sleek, and straight-to-the-point logo ideas, check out Lucas Galvao's artwork for Estetica Pet. The wordmark is as simple as it gets. However, it is easily recognizable and, more importantly, memorable.

The contrasting black and white make the logo impossible to miss. Meanwhile, the font is minimalist and adds sleekness to the design. The brand's visual representation tells a lot with minimal details. That's quite impressive.


Final Words

Designing a good logo is certainly not an easy task. Nor can the process be done quickly. It takes time and resources. But if it is designed well, it will benefit your brand in many ways. From standing out from the competition and increasing brand awareness to retaining existing customers and attracting new ones.

Whether you design it yourself or work with a designer, you should take your time and don't rush the process. Our list of amazing works from talented graphic designers above should give you an idea or two about what a good pet business logo design looks like.


Let us know what you think!

These above references are done by some of the most talented designers all over the world. If you think your work is better and would like to showcase yours here in this post, please feel free to email your work to info@kreafolk.com. Cheers!


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