All are Welcome Here
In my efforts to help dogs and their families better coexist in the world and with each other, I welcome people from all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, or gender identity. I believe in inclusivity and recognizing the value and importance of diversity. Speaking out to stand with victims of marginalization and repression is essential and silence is not an option. In my business practices and my life, I pledge to continue to act in solidarity with those who are targets of inequality and hope that in the near future, there is true justice and an equal place for everyone in this world.
In the spirit of giving back to the community and providing pet guardians and pets with the resources needed to foster long-lasting, healthy relationships, a portion of all revenue will be donated to the organizations below
Do Over Dogs is a foster-based, 501(c)(3) organization that gives at-risk dogs from the shelter environment a second chance at life. They focus their rescue efforts on dogs and puppies that are at high risk of euthanasia. You might find me helping train some of their adoptable or recently adopted dogs in the community!
The MSPCA, a 501(C)(3) nonprofit, is where my passion for animal welfare was first fostered as a volunteer for the adoption center’s dog walking program. After volunteering, I went on to become an employee of the MSPCA’s Boston Adoption Center and a supervisor at the Methuen Adoption Center before moving to Boulder, Colorado.
The MSPCA’s Community Outreach Behavior and Training Program is a lifesaving program that has a direct impact on the lives of pets and their owners in underserved areas where pet behavior resources are limited or non-existent. The program provides physical and financial access to training programs that will improve the behavioral health of pets while also improving the lives of their human families.