Custom Product Labels

Pet Product Labels

Recommended Materials

White BOPP Plastic
White BOPP
Water and oil resistant
Chrome BOPP Plastic
Chrome BOPP
Water and oil resistant

Market Trends

  • Pet products are common household items but there is nothing common about your brand. Whether it’s gourmet dog food or delectable kitty treats, your custom pet product label is one of the most important factors when shoppers are choosing which brand of pet product to purchase for their beloved animal companion. A custom product label is the visual cue that captures customer attention and is the primary marketing tool to help you stand out in a crowded field.

Common Pet Product Labels

  • Pet food, toys, treats, medication, and more!

Special Considerations

Pet product labels play a crucial role in identifying and promoting a wide range of pet products, from food to grooming products, and supplements. The materials used to create these labels can greatly impact their overall aesthetic and durability.

One popular material for pet product labels is paper. Paper labels are cost-effective and can be printed on using a variety of methods. They are also biodegradable, making them an environmentally friendly option. However, paper labels may not be as durable as other materials and can become damaged if exposed to moisture or abrasions. Additionally, paper labels may not be suitable for products that will be exposed to water or humidity as they can easily absorb moisture and become unreadable.

Another material that is commonly used for pet product labels is BOPP. BOPP labels are extremely durable and resistant to moisture, heat, and chemicals, making them a great option for products that will be exposed to harsh environments. They can also be printed on using a variety of methods, including digital printing, and thermal transfer printing. Additionally, BOPP is a food-grade material, which makes it safe to use in contact with pet food products. However, BOPP labels can be more expensive than paper labels.
Therefore, it is important to consider the environment, cost, and end use of the product, as well as the compliance with the regulations when choosing the material for your pet product label.

Your product label is the customer’s first impression of your brand, so make it count. Contact us today for any questions or concerns. We are happy to help!

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