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The Best World of Warcraft Hunters Pet Guide Part 1

September 23rd, 2022

WoW Hunter Pet Guide

If you are in a impasse as to what kind of pet is strongest for your Hunter in the World of Warcraft game,Guest Posting you can get to a solution, if you are clear regarding the variety of pet you want. Essentially you have to select from amongst the three various types of World of Warcraft hunter pets. Hopefully, this WoW Hunter Pet Guide will help you to make up your mind as to the type of pet you will need for the style of game that you play.

WoW Hunter Pet Guide – Types of Pets

As you make your way through the game of World of Warcraft, there are pets that can be collected to aid your character throughout the game. Not surprisingly, WoW pets is actually one of the most popular aspects of the entire game to some players. There are three major types of World of Warcraft pets that are available to players: small pets, warlock pets and hunter pets, which is what we are discussing in this WoW Hunter Pet Guide.

World of Warcraft Small Pets – Players can acquire small pets either by purchasing them through a vendor, completing quests, through engineering, and as loot by killing specific creatures while playing the World of Warcraft. There are also some pets which are considered to be either Horde pets or Alliance pets. To purchase a small pet of an opposing faction, you will need to go through the neutral auction house which is located in Gadgetzan.

There are so many different kinds of small pets that you can acquire throughout the game of World of Warcraft, you can probably make an army out of them. Here is a small sample of some of the WoW small pets you can attain for your WoW Hunter: pet bombling, black tabby, mechanical chicken, blood parrot, mechanical yeti, guardian felhunter, ghost saber guardian, green wing macaw, hyacinth macaw, jumbling, prairie chicken, lifelike mechanical toad, mechanical squirrel, and the tree frog, and many, many more.

Logo Design For Pet and Animal Related Businesses

March 14th, 2022

When you start up or re-brand a pet or animal related business one of your first requirements will be getting a great logo design in order to create a brand that you can build upon and develop.

Many new businesses are springing up today that are related to pets and animals. It is no longer just your traditional veterinary clinics and pet stores but a whole host of other service businesses relating to pet care, grooming and other niche areas like pet photography and pet boutiques and pet retreats.

The pet industry can be divided into two area really. Firstly you have pet stores and vets who target the general population and secondly you have luxury pet supplies, gourmet pet food and services that only the upper middle class and the wealthy can afford.

Some people treat their pets like members of the family and want only the highest standards for them in terms of the products that they buy and the services that they require. So the message that you want to convey in your logo is that your company values animals and is basically in the business of pampering them, giving them the best of care and the products that they need to be happy and healthy. If you cater to the upper end of the market you want your logo to hint at the elite services that you offer and create a brand ‘club’ that wealthy pet owners want to be a part of.

Popular images that are used in animal and pet care logos include pets themselves, sometimes in cartoon form and sometimes in other graphic forms and animal paw prints. Animals are cute, eye catching and very brandable and a business in this industry would be crazy to not feature an image of a pet into the logo somehow. Paws alone can work and others have gotten away with simple animal related items such as a dog kennel or a lead but images of pets themselves are almost essential in logos in this niche.

Designers will usually go with pet related color tones such as white, browns, tan and black. Bright colors are often used in some of the more ‘light hearted’ business models while veterinary services and animal hospitals are often more inclined to go for more dull colors for a more serious look.