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20 Funny Pet Portraits You Can Make for Your Own Pet

Enjoy these photos of furry friends, birds, lizards, and other pets that have been transformed into hilarious portraits.

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Pet portraits

Sometimes a framed picture of your pet playing in the grass isn’t enough to showcase how much they mean to you. If your pet is truly a member of your family, they might require a more regal picture to be hung on the wall. Luckily, companies such as DogeFace honor our pets the way they are supposed to be honored. They have a team of digital artists that take a real picture of your pet and turn it into a hilarious, unique, playful portrait that highlights your pet’s personality. Your pet can be turned into an astronaut, knight, commander, chef, executive, and many more noble positions. They sent a few of their favorite portraits to Reader’s Digest for us to compile for you. Keep reading for some laughs and visit the DogeFace website if you want to create a portrait for your beloved pet. Plus, check out these funny pet slang words you never realized existed.

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Ambassador pup

So serious, but so cute.

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Admiral turtle

He means serious business. You’ll instantly love these adorable and funny pictures of cats and dogs.

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General fluff

Look at those shoulder pads!

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Astronaut meow

He looks proud, but also a little nervous. Every cat owner will appreciate these cat cartoons.

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General Staredown

Don’t worry, he’s all bark and no bite.

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Hisser

She was a little upset about posing for a picture. You need to see these funny dog photos.

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Tongues out for battle

This German Shephard is too cute to be serious.

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Metals for treats

A dog wise beyond his years. You need these 50 funny animal pictures in your life.

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Green-eyed prince

Look at that stare.

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Ambassador scruff

He has the cutest ears! These dog memes are sure to make you laugh.

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Commander doodle

A noble pup with the softest eyes.

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Black cat knight

His fangs will protect against what his armor can’t. You need to see these hilarious cat memes.

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Wide-eyed

Puppy dog eyes always get treats.

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Tough General

You can’t see it, but his tail is wagging even though his face is serious. These photos proving cats and dogs can be best friends will melt your heart.

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The sweetest ambassador

Don’t those eyes just make you melt? Check out these funny quarantine-inspired dog names.

lizard in charge dogeface pet portraitCourtesy DogeFace

Lizard in charge

Even your scale-covered friends can become generals.

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Business bird

He’s got a mean beak. These hilarious animal names are better than the real ones.

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Chef Woof

Order up! No promises the food will make it to your table, though. He’ll fit right in with these pets with perfect table manners.

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The best smile

This General doesn’t know how to make a serious face for his portrait.

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The Dame

This pup is very high class. Now, take a look at these adorable animal pictures that will make you say “awww.”

Morgan Cutolo
Morgan is the Assistant Digital Managing Editor at Reader’s Digest. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2016 where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. When she’s not writing for rd.com or keeping the 650+ pieces of content our team produces every month organized, she likes watching HGTV, going on Target runs, and searching through Instagram to find new corgi accounts to follow.