Designer John Bartlett Wants to Turn Your Dog into a Fashion Hound

 |  Sep 29th 2011  |   1 Contribution


This column is dedicated to ensuring that your holiday shopping effort runs as smoothly and pleasantly as possible. And so, today's topic is designer John Bartlett's new collection of accessories, beds, and treats for dogs.

John Bartlett Pet isavailable now at the Bon-Ton Stores. Go get 'em!

We've seen before just how stylish and affordable John Bartlett's designs are. We also knowthathe is so bone-chic that anything he touches will make its wearers look like perfect fashion hounds.

And, of course, we are big fans of this designerbecause of his endless love for the late Tiny Tim,the three-legged Rottweiler-Pit Bull mix a proudalum of North Shore Animal League America who changed his life forever.

To honor Tim's memory, Johnhas dedicated himself to dogwelfare and rescue.

John is doinghis part to help find homes for the millions of shelter dogs that currently live in this country's animal shelters. And so, 1 percent of the sales of all John Bartlett Pet products will be donated to Bartlett's charitable organization, the Tiny Tim Pet Rescue Fund, which will help provide rescue animals with medical attention and foster parent placement.

Designing and creating a pet line that donates back to the animal rescue and welfare community is an absolute dream of mine,John says. I am passionate about the dedication to raise and distribute funds to independent rescue groups who are pulling directly from the high-risk shelters and saving the lives of countless animals.

The collection includes dishes, collars,and beds, plusilluminated collars and leashes for festive nighttime dog-walks and reflective collars and leashes for year-round safety pretty much anything and everything for the deserving Dogster on your list.

But since a picture is worth a thousand words, I'll just let these photographs do the talking. Woof! Race you to the cash register!

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