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Dog is Good’s newest line of tees embraces those faithful friends who may not ever win a dog show, but will always win hearts.
The company's new "I Like Big Mutts" line supports such rescue groups and programs as Old Dog Haven in Washington, the Amanda Foundation in California, Puppies Behind Bars in New York, and Soldier's Best Friend in Arizona. A dollar from each retail sale of I Like Big Mutts products will go to animal rescue programs as a grant through GreaterGood.org.
"We’re delighted to work with a company that uses humor to engage their audience’s support for worthwhile charities. There are many fascinating and fun ways these days to help excellent programs, and Dog is Good is a great example of that," said Lisa Halstead, board president of GreaterGood.org.
"GreaterGood.org’s commitment to helping others via a variety of charitable partnerships fits hand-in-paw with Dog is Good's dedication to enhancing the dog-human relationship," said J.Nichole Smith from Dog is Good. "We are happy to give back in any way we can, but are especially excited about supporting animal rescue programs where humans are helping dogs help humans."
From lopsided smiles and crooked tails, to one-of-a-kind shapes and sizes, the mutt appeal is undeniable. Dog is Good invites mutt fans to literally wear their hearts on their sleeves with the I Like Big Mutts line of tees.