Tango Kennels | Adrian Ghione

When top professional handler, Adrian Ghione, needed a new name and look for his handling, grooming, and kennel business they tasked Showsight Creative for the job. Great minds worked together to create a brand that showcases his fun, colorful approach to his passion and Tango Kennels was born!

Adrian’s business has multiple facets including grooming, training, boarding, and professional dog handling so the website had to serve distinct audiences for each service. Each item has it’s own landing page with all the information the intended audience needs to know. We even incorporated video clips of his most recent top wins at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

16+ years ago, Adrian arrived in the United States from Argentina so as a nod to his heritage we incorporated the colors of the flag into a whimsical logo that carried through the website. We designed the logo which includes a small yellow and white dog which ties in the Portuguese Podengo breed that is also the heart of Tango Kennels.

We created the brand, the logo, the website–filled with amazing action shots of Adrian in the ring with his top specials–and a matching set of business cards. We also setup his Google reports, and SEO to ensure his site is set for success.

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