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Save the Bees

We are proud to support the Honeybee Conservancy, as we share their commitment to bee conservation and sustainability.

 

The Honeybee Conservancy is an organization that provides free bees and training to schools and food banks nationwide. Their goal is to bolster local bee populations while increasing food access for communities who need it most. You can learn more about The Honeybee Conservancy at thehoneybeeconservancy.org

 

We're giving back 10% of each sale of our Honey Bee Treat Bag, Honeycomb Bone Canvas Toy, and the Honey Bee Canvas Toy. Saving the bees will help save our Beautiful Planet.

 

Give Back

We are proud to support these causes and organizations with a portion of the proceeds from the sale of our products.


Marine Life


We donate a portion of the proceeds of the sale of our Coastal Seahorse Canvas Dog Toy to Mote Marine Laboratory.

 

In 1955, Dr. Eugene Clark founded Mote Marine Laboratory in Southwest Florida. Today, Mote carries out world-class marine research, science education programs, and outreach through its public aquarium in Sarasota. The laboratory's mission is "today's research for tomorrow's oceans."

 

Visit mote.org to learn more.

Veterans


We donate a portion of the proceeds of the sale of our Canines for Veterans Dog Treat Tin to its namesake.

 

Canines for Veterans is a "Triple Win" nonprofit organization that rescues shelter dogs, reintegrates Veterans with job training skills by teaching them to train the dogs, and revitalizes the lives of wounded Veterans by providing them a trained service animal.

Visit caninesforservice.com to learn more.

 

Wildlife


We donate a portion of the proceeds of the sale of our Giraffe Cotton Canvas Dog Bed to the Martin & Osa Johnson Safari Museum.

 

Photographers, explorers, naturalists and authors Martin and Osa Johnson traveled the world from 1917 to 1936 documenting rare wildlife and tribal cultures that have long-since vanished. Today their legacy of exploration and adventure lives on through the Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum in Kansas.

 

Visit safarimuseum.com to learn more.