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Good Dog Karma

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Good Dog Karma

Thanks to your incredible support—since opening my store in September 2017—I've been able to donate over $4,000 to the following amazingly dedicated rescue & advocacy groups: Harley's Dream, Chicago French Bulldog Rescue, Chews Life Dog Rescue, Southern California Bulldog Rescue, All Mutts Matter, A Place to Bark and Adopt-a-Pet.com's Veterinary Care Fund.   I feel incredibly grateful to have met and worked with so many special people over the last few months.  Most of the nonprofits that I work with are 100% volunteer-based groups who rely solely on donations to be able to do the work they do.  These groups are on the front...

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Harley Puppy Mill Survivor gets his first Check!

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Harley Puppy Mill Survivor gets his first Check!

Thanks to your support, I've been able to send a check for $368 to The Harley to the Rescue Fund to help more puppy mill survivors like Harley & Teddy (and this is for just 22 days of sales).  I will continue to support Harley and his crucial mission and I hope you will continue to join me.   In addition to the Harley & Teddy print available on my shop, I also offer a Harley & Teddy pocket mirror and pins, and they ALL make wonderful Christmas presents! Puppy Mills are horrible, sad places, and many people, including dedicated dog lovers, do not...

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Red and Howling Grand Opening!

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Red and Howling Grand Opening!

I’m so excited to share my artwork with you in my new shop!  I work to put food in my dog's bowl and a roof over our heads (and the occasional Ramen noodle for myself), but I also work to help animals.  My journey began when I co-founded Adopt-a- Pet.com many moons ago.  What started out as a handful of friends with a common goal—helping rescue and shelter animals get maximum visibility and ultimately, loving homes—has blossomed into a nonprofit that receives 2 million visitors a month and actively works with over16,000 rescues and shelters.  I wanted to do more and be able to...

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