Charleston Handmade Dog Collars & T-shirts-{Charleston Pet Sitter & Dog Walker}

Hello everyone!

I believe I’m long overdue for a post!!

Hope you’re having a great saturday! We are a bit slow this weekend on the pet sitting side, but have a few cat sits on the schedule and an event tomorrow!

I hope you’ll all consider coming out to Parks & Paws tomorrow at St. Andrews Park on Playground Road. It’s from 11-2. There will be lots of cool things happening and I’ll be there with my dog collars and t-shirts!!

If you’re in the market for a new collar for your furry pal, look no further! I’ve got lots of great designs to choose from and you can shop HERE! Each collar is made right here in Charleston by me! GO LOCAL!!! I hand sew them all and make sure they are super duper sturdy for your furry pals! Lots of my ribbons are beach themed and/or will remind you of the lowcountry. I also make super cute custom message collars! I have lots of phrases to choose from or you can create your own! You can get any of these phrases on a collar or dog t-shirt!

Below are some photos of the collars I make. Make sure you go check them all out in my etsy shop!

I’ll do a whole post about this soon, but the 3rd collar pictured below will be featured in CITY DOG MAGAZINE! Pretty cool huh? They contacted me recently to feature it in their cool products section for Spring 2012, so be on the lookout! As soon as I have a pdf to show it to you in print, I’ll be sure to post it!

I hope to make some for you soon! Now go enjoy this beautiful Charleston Weekend!

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