Unique Products Now Available for U.S. Pet Lovers

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From the land of tech innovation comes another new idea, but this time it’s not about apps or social media, it’s about one of the other burgeoning sectors of the US economy: Pets. Start-up, Silver Pet Prints has devised a technique for taking a pet’s actual paw print and capturing it in their unique range of fine silver jewelry.

Comments business owner, Maija Pykett: “Whether you share your house with the purrrrfect cat or your dog is your best friend, here at Silver Pet Prints we can help you treasure those joyful memories with your pet forever!"

“Those messy muddy paw prints thankfully wipe away, but just imagine if you could just keep just one of those gorgeous paw prints – after all they are as unique to your pet as your fingerprint is to you.”

From pendants and charms to cufflinks and key rings, Silver Pet Prints offers the perfect gift for pet lovers everywhere. With prices starting from $85, taking a pet’s print couldn’t be easier, with Silver Pet Prints’ mess-free and safe inkless print system.

Adds Maija: “Despite the difficult economic climate, US pet industry sales grew from $54.56 billion in 2010 to $56.67 billion in 2011. The sector is destined for further growth, reaching sales of $67.7 billion in 2016, with surveys indicating that some 65% of US households owns a pet. In particular, the industry is looking for innovative products that will feed customer demand to indulge in the relationship they have with their pets.”

Currently, items are available through the Silver Pet Prints website and also the George pet shops in the Bay Area. But they hope to make them more widely available through pet boutiques around the country and the availability of a franchise opportunity that will enable individuals from coast to coast to develop their own Silver Pet prints business.

And don’t forget: It really is your pet’s paw print on that final piece of jewelry!

“So they are always by your side.”

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