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You can make your favourite dog photo into real Canada Post stamps

You can make your favourite dog photo into real Canada Post stamps

You can make your favourite dog photo into real Canada Post stamps

Sending mail has just got a whole lot cuter!

Everyone loves receiving cards and letters in the mail, but we may have found a way to make the experience even better for your recipient – by having your own pup on the postage stamp! When we received a photo of real stamps starring our team member’s adorable Frenchie Justin, the whole team had the same reaction – how and where do we get these?!

We did some digging, and although the personalized stamp option has actually been available on Canada Post for a while, naturally, we wanted to share this fun way to use the service with our OhMyDog! readers. So we got all the details from PawSwap co-founder, and Vancouver dog owner Brittany, who was extremely excited to receive the stamps as a thank you gift earlier this week. “I had no idea Canada Post allowed you to make custom stamps!,” explains Brittany, who owns 3-year-old French Bulldog Justin. “My neighbour gave me the stamps as a surprise and I actually cried, I thought it was so sweet!,” she admits.

Justin’s personalized stamp book

Unsurprisingly, Brittany highly recommends these as a gift for a dog lover in your life and feels like this may be the start of a large collection of Justin-themed stamps.

“I now plan on putting various photos of Justin on countless stamps! I need Justin stamp options, as he has a variety of moods that I feel need to be captured on postage!,” she laughs. “I’m very excited to use them and the first thing I’ll send with them will probably be a postcard to my sister!”

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The Canada Post’s Picture Postage TM service is available through the Canada Post website, with the option to take a photo or use your own design to create a personalized stamp that can be used to send letters, cards and other mail in Canada or internationally. According to the site, custom stamps begin at $36.50 and usually arrive within 10 business days. Brittany also sent along photos of two other pups in her apartment building who have also made these dog-themed stamps, so of course, we had to share the cuteness – check out local pups Kinoko and Bailey below.



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