How it works
Upload and customize
Just upload your image to get started. Almost every image size will work! Choose from one of our suggested sizes, style or color, and make a print that's uniquely your own.
Review your print
Once our designers have finished creating your print preview, we'll email you a free digital print proof to approve. We're here to work with you to make sure that your order is perfect before we send it to print!
Shipped to you with care
We'll take care of the rest. Your pet portrait will be crafted by hand and delivered to you in just a few days.
Create a work of art in just minutes.
No need to hire a pet portrait artist. Our technology creates custom pet art right before your eyes and at half the price of an oil painting! Simply upload your photo and we’ll turn it into a piece of art.Upload your photo
|Canvas||Water and fade-resistant, museum-quality archival canvas.|
|Frames||Stretched over a 0.75" depth wood frame.|
|Edges||Custom color photo-wrapped border.|
|Sizes||Choose from our three standard square sizes 12"×12", 16"×16" and 20"×20".|
Our best-selling styles
Our three most popular pet portrait styles.
Custom Size pet portrait
We also offer many custom and large format sizes.
See what our customers are saying
“Great quality and customer service. Will definitely order more from them”
“My first time ordering from Canvaspop. I received my 32x40 canvas print. Love the quality. The wooden frame of the canvas print is a more narrow than what I am more familiar with, but I am happy with it being more slim.”
“The customer service was excellent ! I recommend this company based on this!! Their word is true when they mean guarantee. Only downfall is the Matt for frames is universal 2”5 overall . I wish it could be less or more based on want of picture . However, the service is well worth it !”
“First experience with Canvaspop and very impressed.”
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Frequently asked questions
What is a Free Digital Proof?
What if my image isn’t working?
How do I take the perfect photo for my pet portrait?
Getting down to the same level as your pet will make it easier to capture your pet up close and when they’re looking straight at the camera. Holding a treat above the camera often does the trick!
Natural lighting is key
Natural light always results in the best photos, try taking your pet’s photo in the morning, early evening, or in a well lit room.
Things to avoid
Uploading blurry or dim photos
Two or more pets in a photo
Taking the shot from overhead
Make sure no ears are cut out of the photo