Donating Product, Profit and Time

We give all overstock, irregular and gently used items to The Street Dog Coalition. This Colorado-based organization provides free medical care and supplies to the pets of people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness. They are committed to protecting the human-animal bond by helping people, rather than judging. They have teams in over 60 U.S. cities and are always expanding.

We donate Freedom No Pull Harnesses to Kennel to Couch, a Maryland-based 501(c)3 that sponsors pit bull-type dogs who have been in shelters the longest. K to C markets the dogs, sponsors adoption fees and sends adopted dogs home with a "Pibble Package" to help them settle into their new home (and stay there). They believe all dogs should be trained without the use of force and they provide adopters with a library of educational materials about positive training.

We donate occasional products and monetary donations from specific products to Pinups for Pitbulls. Their mission is to educate the public about responsible pet ownership, creating safer communities and ending BSL. The organization empowers canine advocates through science-based facts and strives toward all dogs being accepted as individuals. They also market dogs in need of homes on their social media pages which results in hundreds of adoptions annually,

We have a donation-matching partnership with Squishy Face Studio (who make the amazing flirt poles). We occasionally donate products or gift baskets to 501(c)3 groups looking for ways to exercise their dogs or raise money at their events. If we give one, they give one, etc. 

There are months when we're donating 100% of our profit and there are months when there's not much of a profit to donate! But we are always donating. 

This business also allows our founder to donate more time to her #1 passion in life: volunteer work! Here are her main objectives as a volunteer: 

1. To help reduce euthanasia rates by finding and implementing ways to keep pets in their homes

2. To help dogs get out of the shelter faster by working on leash manners, adding kennel enrichment, taking photos & video and giving them much-needed breaks from the chaotic environment. 

3. To help dog parents learn about training without force by providing free DIY resources and connecting them with accredited, force free trainers in their area.