Three-Dimensional Paw and Nose Prints
Your veterinarian may offer free or low-cost imprints of your pet's paws or nose. You could also make a three-dimensional mold yourself, before your pet passes.
Ink or Paint Paw Prints
A fun way to preserve your pet's paw print is to use a non-toxic ink or paint on paper. You can frame the print itself, or scan it to use digitally on greeting cards or other artwork. It can be tricky to get the right amount of paint on your pet's paw, to show details without being too gloppy. Have plenty of paper ready to practice on!
Paw or Nose Photographs
Even without a physical imprint, some companies can make printed objects from just a picture of your pet's nose or paw. Get your pet into a brightly-lit area near a window, and get a close-up picture with your camera. It helps if they're relaxed and sitting still. Make sure you're not *too* close, so the camera can still focus on the details. The more texture and detail your photo shows, the more detailed the resulting artwork will be.
Etsy.com can be a great resource for custom jewelry, handmade prints, or other art objects from your pet's paw or nose prints.