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Givebones Pet Collars - Giving Pets That 'It' Factor

By Meagan Sargent

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Dogs are ‘mans best friend’ and simply put dogs are adorned by everyone! Why not spruce up your dog’s fashion sense while making a statement and making contribution to a great cause?

 

The Bright Color Assortment of Collars From 'Givebones'. Courtesy Photo

Givebones offers a variety of sturdy nylon collars in extra small, small, medium, and large sizes. The stylish accessories come in an array of bright colors with the Givebones signature black-and-white logo standing out on one side. More than your average collar, these bright statement pieces retail for $15.00 each. According to Givebones founder, Tricia Andrews, “there are approximately five million to seven million furry companions that enter animal shelters each year,” which is why Givebones gives back 10 percent of sales to shelters and rescue groups across the country in hopes of lowering this astounding number. Givebones donates to local organizations such as: spcLA, Ace of Hearts, and the Helen Woodward Foundation, as well as many others, while the collars help to generate awareness for animals that are less fortunate.

 

Sadie Sporting a Pink Collar by 'Givebones'. Courtesy Photo

Giving every dog the life they deserve and helping to give their dog’s a voice; Givebones strives to generate awareness and financial support in hopes of reducing the amount of homeless dogs being euthanized every year.

 

Givebones! Courtesy Photo

Celebrity supporters and fans of the Givebones summer collars include: Eva Longoria, Lauren Conrad, Ashley Benson, Kellan Lutz, Chace Crawford, Nick and Vanessa Lachey, Jesse Metcalf, Cesar Milan, Tony Romo, Blake Griffin, Troy Aikman and Alex Rodriquez, to name a few.

Owners will receive a complimentary Givebones wristband with any collar purchase, to help them unify with others who have contributed to this charitable cause. Givebones collars retail for $15 and can be purchased online at Givebones.com.

 

 

 

Published on Apr 09, 2013

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