It’s party time, furfriends! As promised in our Canada Day dog treat label post, here’s a little celebratory red, white, and blue treat from us to you! These free printable dog treat tags and labels were created with the Fourth of July in mind, but there are many pawesome countries and celebrations that share this colour scheme, so we’ve kept things multi-purpose with these tags and text. They fun for general celebrations, parties, events, and wrapping pet presents, too. See the end of the post for more ideas on creating tags with different colours or styles.
Free Printable Red White and Blue Dog Treat Labels and Tags
As with all of our printable freebies, these printables are free for your personal / non-commercial use as a little present from us to you. It’s absolutely not required, but it would be awesome and greatly appreciated if you followed us on social media, if you’re not already following the fun. We welcome social media shares and linking with love, but please link to this post, not the download direct. Thanks!
Note: These freebies have been shared via Dropbox as high resolution jpegs (A4 300ppi). You do not need to have a Dropbox membership/login to access the file. As images files, you can easily resize, crop, and/or print multiples of the items that you want in the program of your preference. Only print what you want to use, and please remember to recycle any extra bits or offcuts.
Red, White, and Blue (and More…)
Not quite your colour or style? This is one design of several freebies available here on the blog. If you’re looking for something a little different, you can sniff around in our archives for more fun freebies or dig through our pet tags and labels for treat tags and more. You can also check out our massive collection of coloured paw print tag and label freebies. These text-free mix-and-match labels are shared in a whole rainbow of different colours. There is also a plain black option, which is great for printing on a coloured paper, if you prefer.
Feeling crafty? You can create extra special layered tags by gluing printed labels to a coloured or textured backing. This can be a great alternative for materials that are difficult to print, like a metallic, glittery, or textured paper. It’s also a good option for strong patterns that would be distracting on the main body of the tag. Scrapbook paper and recycled greeting cares are great options for fancy firm backings.