Yes, oh yes they are! Dog People Are Cool (DPAC).
If you haven’t heard of this San Diego-based apparel company whose mission is to make the world a better place one dog, one person, one community at a time… where have you been hiding?
I fell in love with this company when I heard the story of how this company was born. One beautiful day in Sunny San Diego, California. Founded by Matt with his fantastic dog named Buster, they continue to be amazing, donating 10% of its profits to various charity partners nationwide.
They also are very proud of thier national partnership with Paws for Purple Hearts. PPH helps veterans with PTSD train service dogs for their comrades with combat-related injuries. Their entire organization is built on the time-honored tradition of veterans helping veterans. As a country, we need to do everything possible to help our servicemen and women.
You can visit the DPAC wesbite and when you sign up through their website and browse thier latest designs, below are a few of my favorites this season.
To choose just one design I love the most is a very hard choice for me, I have a handful I go back and forth over. So tell me, which is your favorite?
Oh my gosh, and have you read the mission and vision statement of this company? Who wouldn’t want to support them!
Our mission is simple. We want to live up to our company name. Our goal is to have a company we can be proud of. The only way to do that is to spread love, compassion, and awareness throughout the dog and military communities. Using the sales of our positively-branded, quality products, we will let people know that dog people are cool and really make a difference.
There are hundreds of thousands of wonderful dogs waiting to be rescued. Humans have a responsibility to every single dog that is currently in a shelter. We realize some dogs need to be bred and trained for special service: police dogs, PTSD service dogs, therapy dogs, hunting dogs etc. However, Dog People Are Cool believes you should visit your local shelter and look into the eyes of all those loving dogs instead of buying from a puppy mill or backyard breeder. No matter where you get your dog, spay and neuter them early to decrease the population of shelter dogs and end this cycle.
You can go give Dog People Are Cool some love by following them and liking their page on the links below:
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