Remember that one night while hanging out with friends when you thought getting that tattoo on your arm was a great idea?

Now that you're a little older every time you look at it you say to yourself..."What was I thinking?"

Total tattoo regret!

Does that sound like you?

If it does, you're in luck!

Although many people love the work of art they have tattooed on their body some would love to cover it up with another tattoo.

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PetSmart wants to help make that possible.

How about covering up that unwanted tattoo with a new tattoo of your pet?

Vice President of Loyalty and CRM at PetSmart, Bradley Breuer states:

"Tattoos are the ultimate form of loyalty, but we know that sometimes the thing you thought you'd want to commemorate forever turns out to be…not so forever. So, we're turning regrets into pets because we know you'll never regret a reminder of your pets' unconditional love."

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It's free to apply and you have until April 30th to submit your application.

How to Apply for the PetSmart Tattoo Redo

  • Go to and enter your information into the application form.
  • Upload a photo of the tattoo you regret and a picture of the pet who will inspire your cover-up portrait.
  • Answer a few short questions about the regretted tattoo and about your loyal pet.

The 5 lucky winners will be announced at the end of May.

PetSmart will fly you out for a 2-night stay in L.A. to have your tattoo redone!

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