Dog Training Logo Ideas:
Black is associated with power, structure, and formality, all of which are associated with dog training. The icon of a woman and her dog embodies the loving relationship between owner and pet and contrasts with the black background. Their bond is further underlined by the Viga-Regular font.
The playful icon of a dog running on a leash embodies the joyful personalities of dogs. Green symbolizes growth and harmony, but also a strong emotional bond and safety. The contemporary blue Cinzel Bold Font adding a contemporary feel to the design.
Nothing says reliable like a solid brown hue in logos. The contrasting white icon of a dog playing with a frisbee is playful and easy to recognize. The Changa-Semibold font enhances the professionalism of your business and is ideal for display purposes.
Training a dog is ambitious. It gives dignity to both the animals and their owners, who are sometimes embarrassed by their dogs' naughty behavior. The ambitiousness of the task is underlined by the vibrant purple of the design, while the rounded Poppins Bold font adds to the logo's youthful appeal.
Orange is a combination of energetic red and happy yellow. This, in essence, is what dog trainers do. They harness the energy of dogs to create happiness for both owner and pet. The use of dark blue, along with the Zilla Slab Bold font, signals sophistication and seriousness.
A cross symbolizes care and wellbeing. The icon is of a mature dog which adds seriousness to the design. It is resemblant of the attitude of dogs after undergoing training. The Jomolhari typeface was originally designed for Buddhist texts and would be great for brochures and business cards.
A sky blue logo symbolizes tranquility, trust, and understanding. These are the same characteristics a dog training facility should have. The icon of a woman walking her dog on a leash resembles the calm demeanor your business aims to achieve.
This is a well-designed icon combining the characteristics of your business. The love of dogs, the nurturing, soft hand that cradles the dog, and a natural approach represented by the leaf-shaped hand are evident in the logo. The Sen typeface enhances the friendly look of the design.
Green improves vision and will therefore make your logo stand out. The simplicity of the icon makes it more effective as there is no clutter in the design that could distract the attention away from the purpose of your business. The Zilla Slab typeface's sharp edges add a sophisticated look.
The icon of a dog catching a frisbee is given prominence by the solid black background. To counter the starkness of the dark background, the Rubik typeface with its rounded edges, adds a softer touch to the logo and enhances the joy experienced by the jumping dog.
How can I design my own dog training business logo?
You can use a site like Zarla to create a logo for your dog training business. It allows you to create and preview hundreds of brandable logo designs. Choose different color schemes, icons, and typefaces to create the perfect logo and download it for free.
What are some real-life dog training businesses with good logos?
- Bark Busters Home Dog Training.
- At Home Dog Training.
- Sit Means Sit Dog Training.
- Redemption Road K9 - A Working Dog Company.
- Frogs to Dogs, Training & Pet Care.
- Pawsitive Futures.
- Ruff Lyfe Dog Training.
- Life is Dog, Inc.
How do you come up with a catchy logo for your dog training business?
- Think of some keywords associated with your approach to dog training.
- Choose a style that suits your approach and personality.
- Consider the colors you use carefully to send the correct brand message.
- Choose an icon that represents your business the best.
- Use a design site like Zarla or hire a graphic designer to create a logo.
- Ask friends, family, and potential clients for their input.
Where can I download free dog training logos?
You can create, edit, and download free dog training logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page.