A Veterinary Logo and Branding Design

Behind Animal Therapy stands Elisabeth. Elisabeth does therapeutic riding for kids as well as physiotherapy for dogs and horses. She reached out to me to design a veterinary logo that represents her love and passion for working with animals.

Soon I created the entire stationary, new website, brochures and posters.

Veterinary Business Card

Health + Animals

Animal Therapy


Project Details:
Art Direction

Mood Board

Elisabeth and I agreed that the logo should be an illustration. I prepared a Pinterest Mood Board with inspirational samples. That way, it was easy to share ideas and thoughts with the client.

My client was already pretty sure about the color scheme she wanted. Elisabeth wanted her logo to be blue and teal, her favorite colors. Good thing that this color palette represents devotion, trustworthiness, and reliability.

Animal Therapy Color Palette

Digital Illustrations

Elisabeth’s pets were the inspiration in pursuing a career dedicated to animals. It was an obvious choice to have her furry friends be models for her corporate identity.

Elisabeth sent me her favorite photos, which we used to make minimal illustrations.

Veterinary Logo Illustration
Veterinary Illustration Horse
Veterinary Illustration Dog

The Primary Veterinary Logo

I created illustrations of Elisabeth, her horse Tobey, and her dog Nasca for the primary logo. This logo has lots of details, which is ideal for bigger displays.

Veterinary Primary Logo Design

Secondary Veterinary Logo

The secondary logo we’ll use when the primary logo doesn’t fit or feel right in a chosen context. For example for a more horizontal layout such as on the website or for smaller purposes. For this version of the logo we created two mini icons, each showing one of Elisabetht’s pets.

Veterinary Secondary Logo Design

Corporate Identity

I developed a full spectrum of stationery with the new corporate logo, including business cards, letterheads, and stickers.

Veterinary Corporate Identity / Stationary

Veterinary Leaflet

A leaflet with all the information about the services is great — especially in a waiting room.

Veterinary Information Brochure

Veterinary Poster and Roll-Up Banner Stand

A roll-up banner makes good advertisement to stand out in meetings or events. Like a poster it is also great way to decorate the waiting room.

Veterinary Sticker

Stickers are always great to brand the tools you are working with. Handing out stickers to clients or events is a cheaper way to advertise your business.

T-Shirt Design for a Veterinarian Business

Wearing a branded shirt looks professional and is free advertising wherever you go!

Car Signage Design for a Veterinarian Business

Decals and wraps for you car are a great to build awareness for your brand as you run errands or visit clients!

Veterinary Car Signage Side 1


I created Elisabeth’s website using Squarespace. We chose a theme that was easy to navigate in both languages: German and Italian. I modified it to fit Elisabeth’s content the best way possible. The website is very informative and gives people a good insight into Elisabeth’s services.

Veterinary Website

I reached out to Anja because I was looking for a designer who could create a recognisable and unique branding for my animal physiotherapy business. I wanted a design that reflects my personality and my love for working with animals.


And what can I say, working with Anja was a true joy. She considered my wishes and was keen to get the best results. Even if I was already satisfied, Anja went the extra mile and offered me suggestions for further improvements.


I am very happy with the new branding for my business. Anja worked with a great eye for detail and succeeded in catching my personality and the love for my work in a very creative way.


I now have a professional website that attracts new clients. I was surprised by the initial response to the new design! My existing clients commented on my ‘beautiful new logo’ and are happy to find all the information they need on the website and brochures Anja created for me.


— Elisabeth Reso, Owner of Animal Therapy

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