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Our favourite Ts and sweatshirts for rescue dog people

Wear your heart on your chest from rescue organisations and companies that give back to doggy causes (and they also work as Christmas presents)

Wild Christmas

London’s Wild at Heart Foundation, which funds animal welfare projects around the world, has a firm paw in the fashion world with its friend, the designer Simeon Farrar, collaborating with the foundation on its sweatshirts, like this limited-edition Snow Dog design. The unisex sweatshirt is made of fairtrade/organic cotton. £50 from wildatheartfoundation.org

 

 

Wild kids

The second one from Simeon Farrar for Wild at Heart Foundation, because this one is for kids. That adorable tangled doggo face comes with the slogan “Adopt don’t shop”. Train them young! £35 from
wildatheartfoundation.org

 

 

 

 

 

For the love of dogs

Available in maroon, navy, grey or black, the 100% cotton unisex sweatshirt comes from one of our favourite rescue charities, All Dogs Matter. All proceeds go to the cause of rescuing and rehoming dogs in London. £20 from alldogsmatter.co.uk

 

 

 

 

That logo

The Best Friends Animal Society in the US runs the country’s largest animal sanctuary. Its unisex thermal layering shirt features the adorable Best Friends logo on chest and wrist. The shirt comes in slate grey or black. $29 from bestfriends.org

 

 

 

 

Brew and rescue

We love Grounds & Hounds, the Californian-gone-national coffee company that gives 20% of proceeds to rescue organisations closest to its customers. The company’s merchandising game is on point as well. This “Wake Brew Rescue Repeat” style is available for women too. From $22 from
groundsandhoundscoffee.com

 

 

 

 

Obviously

If you too need guys from getting the wrong idea when you’re clearly smiling at their dog, this T is perfect. From Rescue Strong, this tri-blend shirt also comes in grey. The company was inspired by Luna, a rescue dog adopted in LA, and Rescue Strong founder CJ gives 50% to animal rescue projects. $28 from rescuestrong.com

 

 

 

Second life

LA-based graphic designer Fabiana hand-makes the entire Oki Doggy range herself (including gorgeous bandanas). She sources her materials locally, and 15% of every sale goes to animal rescue organisations. Her main inspiration? Her rescue dog Mocha, of course. Lots of great designs are available, but this one particularly tucks on Wunderdog’s heartstrings. Also available in kids’ sizes. Adult Ts from $27.99 from okidoggy.com

 

Confetti party

I Heart Dogs has quite a large selection, and each product page has a pretty useful little box: it tells you how many meals to shelter dogs the purchase will provide. I Heart Dogs partners with Rescue Bank, an organisation that provides dog food for less visible rescue charities across the US. This sweatshirt provides 12 meals. From $34.99 from iheartdogs.com

 

 

The million-dollar cause

Hendrick & Co is doing something right: since the company’s inception in 2011, it has donated more than $1m to animal charities in the US and Canada, raised through the sale of apparel, accessories and doggy stuff. Another amazing Californian company inspired by rescued dogs (those guys make over half this list!), founder David Hendrickson now supports more than 600 shelters, rescues and sanctuaries. $22.99, delivering $5 in donations, from hendrickboards.com

 

Dog-jigsaw

Dogs at Jigsaw? Yes, British high street darling Jigsaw sells this sweet girls’ jumper featuring a very, very good dog. The hand-drawn design is available on light pink as well as a pyjama set, and £5 of each sold piece go to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. From £32 from jigsaw-online.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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