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The company name is "Dog Solutions Pest Control" though I don't really want it in the logo because the company has multiple branches. I use my dogs to chase nuisance geese, detect bed bugs, and exterminate rats.
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I'm looking for "three" logos that can look good altogether or separately. I'm wanting a logo that looks good for specialized business cards (such as those only mentioning bed bug detection) and the logos should all work together under the name "pest control" as well. I'm wanting my dogs (as they are the foundation for the business) in the logo as silhouette versions. I attached a few photos. Bello is the scruffy one, he does bed bug detection. Bravo is the medium sized dog with the split face and he does bed bug detection and nuisance geese chasing. Brittany is the small dog with the upright ears. She does rat extermination only (though all three help with that). In my head what I'm imagining is Bello's silhouette has cut out of bedbugs, Bravo's has a cut out of a Canada goose silhouette, and Brittany's has a cut out of a rat. I think I'd like Bello's silhouette white since that's what color he is, and if it would look good, I would like the silhouettes of Britt and Bravo to reflect their markings. So white where they are white, but black where they have brown/black markings. I tried to provide photos of the dogs in portrait and profile, whatever works. It doesn't necessarily have to be a silhouette, that's just what I'm initially imagining.