Lisa got the idea one afternoon on the way back from the dog park with Kensy. She noticed all the “For Sale” signs in front of houses along the street and inspiration struck. Rather than burying a statue of St. Joseph to sell your house, just bury the dog. Not just any dog, but a little dog statue with the St. Joseph tag.
To The RESCUE Home Seller’s kit was created as a way to lighten up a stressful time for home sellers. The kit comes with a dog statue, doggy bag, and a card that explains what to do. Similar to St. Joseph, you bury the statue and after the house sells, unearth it. Take it with you to your new home and display it prominently, or near the treat jar, as a way to thank man’s best friend who made it all possible.
Although the idea started out with the home seller’s kit, Lisa thought everyone could use a little Good Dogma in their life so she branched out into other products, including wine, handmade jewelry, candles, mints, tee shirts, and home-baked dog treats. I love the motto behind the wine: Wine More, Bark Less. The Good Dogma Company features six great wines with fun names: Cat Chaser Chardonnay, Muttin But Malbec, Bitchin’ Sauvignon, Lucky Pup Pinot, Fetch Me A Cabernet, and Best In Show Merlot.
The Good Dogma Company is all about doing good, giving back, and making a difference. Their goal is to help homeless dogs by donating a portion of every sale towards dog rescue. Every dog deserves to be safe and happy, and have a place to call home.
www.TheGoodDogmaCompany.com is having their first Black Friday/Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday sale. All their great products are on sale. Visit them to find the perfect gift for yourself, your pup, or the dog lover in your life.