Ethical canine fashion finds a home at Gone to the Dogs in Park Slope
When Jenn Wong and Santos Agustin first met working in fashion, they bonded right away.
They connected over shared interest in the ethics and sustainability of their industry. Coincidentally, both brought home rescue dogs, Ollie and Miles, around the same time.
The foundation for their friendship soon sparked an idea: a business that would combine slow fashion with their love of dogs.
Dog Goods that Do Good - Our Motto as an Ethical and Sustainable Business
Why We Started this Business and What Makes Us Different from Other Brands
Artisanal, Sustainable Dog Toys? ‘Gone To The Dogs’ Opens in Brooklyn
Women-owned, female- founded shop’s grand opening to benefit Paws NY, others
NEW YORK -- Gone To The Dogs, an e-commerce purveyor of artisanal and earth-friendly pet goods touted by BuzzFeed and Time Out, announces the grand opening of its first brick-and-mortar shop in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Gone to the Dogs - How It All Happened
What's the story behind Gone to the Dogs? Santos and I spill the beans on how we came up with our vision of an ethical pet brand and why it's so important to work directly with women makers and build an equitable, eco-friendly enterprise that supports the pet community.
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Hello Friends, Family, and Pet Community!
Gone to the Dogs is always looking for creative ways to make a greater impact while achieving our mission; reduce our carbon footprint, create stable income for women, and share all our "do good" ideas with our pet community. Santos and I are asking for your help and support!