As advocates for animal rescue and shelters, we have tons of ways to make a statement. However, not all the time we are given the opportunity of making more impact even without opening our mouths or posting something on social media.
Since we do not have all the chance to speak to all the people we encounter about our advocacy, doggycrap.com has come up with something that will definitely make an impact for the cause and raise funds at the same time. By selling funny dog related apparel, the company hopes to put a dent in the not so funny animal abuse and shelter funding issues.
Helping animals has always been one of their advocacies, so when given the opportunity to contribute to shelters and rescue dogs, they went to work on ideas that would aid us in helping these lonely and loving creatures, who are simply looking for a place to call home. Helping these rescue animals do not stop by simply donating to the cause.
The company itself buys the supplies and physically visits animal shelters to make a difference. Everything is documented on social medial to increase awareness about the huge gap in animal shelter funding and let the public know about the plight of most of the dogs that don’t get adopted. “Shelter killing is the leading cause of death for healthy dogs and cats in the United States. It doesn't have to be. Live like someone left the gate open.”
“The goal as we grow is to find terribly abused dogs that would usually get euthanized and fix them up for adoption. Together we change lives, one smile at a time.”
The company has two big trips in Texas coming soon and they are running a 20% sale with code JoinThePack. This is basically letting your clothes do the talking for you because every purchase helps shelter dogs find a home. Currently, the company is donating 30% of their profits to shelters and animal rescue advocates because they believe it is a lot better to raise awareness and support for shelter dogs this way instead of sharing animal abuse content on social media.
Help make a huge impact on the lives of shelter dogs and lend them a hand in finding their forever home. Visit www.doggycrap.com and browse their huger collection of fashionable shirts, hoodies, tank tops and long sleeves. They also offer mugs personalized with witty lines about the dog kingdom.
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