we provide organic, eco-friendly, and chemical-free products, plus items
to beautify your home and spirit.
As a small
volunteer-run nonprofit, we can't compete with the pricing at large stores. However,
having no paid staff allows all our net proceeds to fund cancer research and treatment
for working dogs. Sit, stay & shop for
what truly matters — health, home, happiness and healing.
Air Collar is the most comfortable dog collar you will ever find for your
dog. One of Dog Fancy Magazine's 15 best dog
products of 2008, they said this: "Made of that same squishy, porous material as your running
shoes, the Air Collar is lightweight and breathable. The spongy cloth is
comfortable and designed to be quick-drying, so your water-loving dog's
skin won't chafe, get irritated, or get stinky after a swim."
dog swim? . . . The Air Collar Dries Quickly.
Does your dog dock dive? . . .
The Air Collar Dries Quickly.
our dog's collar stink? . . . The Air Collar Breathes
and does not retain odor as easily as webbing or leather
and is washable.
dog have skin allergies, hot spots or other irritations?
. . The Air Collar is so lightweight and breathable that
it will not cause or exacerbate irritations.
The Air Collar is made of a lightweight, breathable mesh commonly used
in running shoes.
It is one inch wide and we carry the most popular
sizes: Medium: 13" to 20" (30-65 lbs.) and Large: 16" to 26" (60-120
Sizing Info: The best way to determine collar
size is to use a string & wrap it around the dog's neck. Hold snug but
not tight (you should be able to slip 2 fingers in between the string
and the dog's neck). Mark with your finger or marker, then lay string
next to measuring tape.
Always round up to nearest inch. You can also
use the weight guides to help in determining the collar size.
typically for dogs weighing 30-65 pounds and Large for dogs weighing
60-120 pounds. If your dog falls in the crossover weight (i.e.
60-65 lbs.), the correct collar size will be best determined by
following the steps above with respect to measuring your dog's neck.
Paws’itive Teams, a non-profit organization that places service dogs
with persons with disabilities, caught wind of Patrick’s story and matched
him with a Golden Retriever named Kona. The costs of training a service dog,
and specialized physical therapy are steep, however, which is where Ricki's
knack for surfing and fundraising comes in. Ricki will be carving waves in the
Surf City Surf Dog event in Huntington Beach on October 11, 2009 where she
hopes to share a wave with Patrick.