A to Z Blogging Challenge - Letter ZToday is the LAST DAY of the A to Z Challenge! We are ending April with a bang and a BIG giveaway! In case you have missed any, you can find all of my A to Z posts here.

Next week I am headed to the BlogPaws Conference in Las Vegas, but because of limited vacation time I’ll be flying across the country without Luna. I know Luna will be in good hands back at home, but being surrounded by all the dogs, cats, and other pets at the conference will make me miss her a bit. Thankfully someone already thought about a way to keep Luna with me at all times.

Sharon Herrman has captured a way to remember pets, both past and present, by creating wearable memories that truly last. Sharon lost Zelda, her Bernese Mountain Dog, too soon but their special bond inspired her to create Zelda’s Song.

Zelda’s Song excels at creating high quality custom bracelets, key chains, collars, and more.

I have had the absolute pleasure of trying one of the custom charm bracelets. Zelda’s Song offers five different themed charm bracelets: The Mutt, The Retriever, The Lap Dog, The Hound, and The Guard. I got The Hound, of course. Each of these themes features slightly different charms that allow you to pick the one that reminds you most of your dog. Each bracelet also has a spot for a small square photo and one of the charms will be engraved with your pet’s name.

Zelda's Song Custom Charm Bracelet

When my charm bracelet arrived in the mail, I was amazed at how beautiful it was. The photo of Luna is so colorful and vibrant. The charms are very creative and adorable. My favorite is the heart that says “Got Cookies?” because it absolutely describes Luna!

The charm bracelet comes in three different sizes, so there is one for all wrist sizes! Each bracelet is a bit on the pricey side at $100 (shipping included), but I absolutely think it is worth the splurge. The hand-crafted quality and durability of the pewter is outstanding. If you have a pet near and dear to your heart, why not wear a reminder of that on your wrist?

I will definitely be bringing and wearing mine at the BlogPaws Conference next week!

Because the bracelets are hand-crafted and custom made for you and your dog, your bracelet could take about two weeks.

Luna and I model Zelda's Song Custom Charm Bracelet

In addition to the charm bracelets, Zelda’s Song also offers many other quality products. Leather Photo Bracelets are made from a water repellent and stain resistant high quality Italian leather in raspberry, black, or brown. These bracelets also have a spot for the photo of your favorite pet and cost $95 (including shipping).

The same leather is also used to make custom collars and leashes complete with charms. I wish I had known about Zelda’s Song before we bought our leather leash because they look wonderful. I guess we’ll just have to add another leash to our collection.

Dog IDs and Keychains are also available to be customized with photos and engraving for your furry friends.

It doesn’t end there either! Because Zelda’s Song is launching “ready to wear” bracelets for even more ways to wear your memories.

Zelda's Song Custom Charm Bracelet

Zelda’s Song products would make a PERFECT gift for all your dog mom friends (and for yourself)! Mother’s Day is right around the corner!

As a Beagles and Bargains reader you can enter to win your very own custom accessory from Zelda’s Song!

US residents are eligible to enter via the Rafflecopter below by 11:59 PM EST on Monday May 12, 2014.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

PHEW. Well that’s it everyone. Goodbye April, Hello May. Thank you all for following us during the A to Z Challenge.

Disclaimer: Zelda’s Song provided product free to review. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Zelda’s Song, but I received no additional benefits for mentioning the products in this post. The opinions and ideas in this post are my own and are uninfluenced by any other person or business. Zelda’s Song is responsible for all giveaway prizes including shipping.

Jessica Shipman

Jessica Shipman is a bargain hunter, food lover, and software engineer figuring out how to be a pet parent for the first time. Jessica has been a long time lover of all animals (especially llamas and manatees) and is happy that she can finally combine that love with technology.
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