Our friends at The Good Dogma Company have the perfect gift for the dog lover in your life. It’s fun to shop there and a portion of the proceeds go to help rescue dogs, it’s a win-win.
Throw a dog lover a bone and get them the perfect holiday gift. Now offering our new sterling dog bone and black pearl of doggy wisdom charms. The black pearl stands for wisdom. In this case it shows the world you are wise enough to know “Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.” -Roger Caras
Obviously this Caras character is a very smart man. These charms look great when you mix them up making your own unique necklace. We also have our wine charm which looks great added in or alone. And even better with a bottle of our WINE MORE, BARK LESS wines.
If you have any questions give me a bark. Make sure to get your holiday gift orders in early because quantities are limited. Woof! -Kensy, The Dog, Chief Executive Pup (CEP) at The Good Dogma Company
A wonderful holiday gift from my friend Kensy over at The Good Dogma Company. They have lots of other great gift ideas so go check them out. A portion of their proceeds goes to help rescue dogs so it’s a win-win for all.
GREAT AFFORDABLE HOLIDAY GIFT FOR THE DOG LOVER IN YOUR LIFE. The holidays are just around the corner, time to start git shopping. Our adorable paw print necklace comes packaged in our signature lime green box with a bow. Happy to include gift card, just ask. It makes such a great gift for those dog lovers in your life: dog sitter, dog daycare person, vet, or anyone you want to show how much you care and appreciate them.
To order simply Paypal me (doesn’t matter if you have an account) what you would like and your payment. Or you can always use the ‘contact us’ form on this page and let me know what you would like and I can then send you an invoice. It must be paid upon receipt.
Bark me any questions. And don’t be shy, feel free to share with your doggy loving friends. I’m just sayin’. Woof! -Kensy, The Dog
Wow, it’s been four years today since we lost our beautiful boy Logan. He was our first puppy mill dog and although we were only privileged enough to have him for a short 14 months he changed our lives forever.
Knowing what I know now I try to spread the word about puppy mills. Many people don’t have any idea of the nightmare behind the scenes to produce those cute little puppies. These are the dogs left behind, the breeder dogs. Here is Logan’s inspirational tale…The Aftermath Of A Puppy Mill Dog. You can help me spread the word by ‘liking’ and sharing this post. Together we can make a difference and bring about change.
Always loved, always missed, always remembered. Logan RIP 10/15/09 Woof!
A fun update from our friend Kensy at The Good Dogma Company.
Mom has been working on a fun project, it’s called JuJuLicious. It’s a line of charms to bring good juju. They aren’t even on my site but you can pre-order by sending her a message via our contact form. She will fill you in on the details. Bark me any questions. Please share with all your friends. After all, who wouldn’t want some good juju in their life?
Woof!-Kensy, The Dog
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