We're such big fans of earthdog, that when we adopted Stella we got her an earthdog collar too. Argo has the Dietrich, and Stella has the Astrid, if you're curious.
Made from hemp, these collars are super durable, resist smells, and wear nicely. They're machine washable, but I can't say I wash them very often, since they don't seem to get very dirty and they don't pick up that doggie smell.
Dave and Kym Colella started earthdog fourteen years ago, when they realized that the homemade collars they created for their dogs could have a broad appeal.
"with your support we continue to strive to create unique, eco-conscious products that dogs and people alike will love. hemp, with its amazing versatility, has enabled us to create an entire product line of eco-friendly, durable goods that we are proud to offer. we gather our inspiration from our pack, 15 strong, and they never let us down. they're all rescues from various walks of life and its misfortunes, and one way or another, have found their way to us. you'll find their names on our collar patterns and their images throughout our line (you're also likely to hear them barking when you call us).
at the end of the day, the cornerstone of our company remains the love of our dogs and the enrichment they add to our lives. we're once again reminded who and what we are: a family with a family business. we trust that the dogs in your life will enjoy these offerings as much as ours do."
earthdog is a carbon neutral company in Brentwood, TN. All products are handmade in the USA. 10% of earthdog profits go to Kody's Fund, a program to help fund spay & neuter programs.
Each collar is named after a special pup, and you can meet the dogs behind the collars here.
earthdog has been so kind to donate a Reilley Martingale "Rescued Dog" Decorative Hemp Collar to the #DogKarma Prize Pack!
It's pictured above as an adjustable collar, so below is a photo of what the martingale style looks like.
You can follow earthdog on their blog, Facebook, and Twitter (Kym, Dave).
You can learn more about adopting their current foster dog, Violet, here.
This post is a part of the #DogKarma Prize Pack to encourage dog rescue! But you don't need to rescue a dog to enter! If you're not planning to adopt a rescue dog in the near future, you can still enter. If you win, the Good Karma necklace is yours to keep, and we hope you'll donate the dog goods to your local rescue to help them with their amazing efforts to help dogs find forever homes.
- Leave a comment below and tell me what dog product you can't live without!
- For an extra entry, post or tweet about a rescue dog in your area who needs a home, (use the hashtag #DogKarma) then come back and post a link to the entry. A sample tweet is here.