We here at Ella's Lead are big rescue supporters. Ella's Lead was started with the idea of making quality products for rescues. See, we are not in a position where we can foster, so Rebecca started making leashes that we could donate to rescues. It all started small. And then our business grew to start offering quality, hand-made products to the public for purchase. The following collars and leads are made for specific rescues that Ella's Lead supports. When you purchase any of the following products, 10% of all proceeds of that product, go directly to the rescue in which the product was named after. Each product will have a blurb of the rescue's mission statement and a link to their website for informational purposes. We believe in, and proudly support, the rescues in which we name these products after. They are Ella's Lead approved. :)
"Hello Bully is an advocacy and education group dedicated to repairing the reputation of the American Pit Bull Terrier and other bully breeds. Our Pit Bull 101 educational presentation is available at no cost for groups and organizations in the Pittsburgh area, and is now available on the web!"
10% donation from proceeds. www.hellobully.com
"Pit Bull Rescue Central envisions a compassionate world where pit bulls
and pit bull mixes reside in responsible, loving homes and where their honor
and positive image is restored and preserved."
10% donation from proceeds. Pit Bull Rescue Central
"A Rotta Love Plus is dedicated to rehoming Rottweilers and pit bulls in Minnesota, raising breed awareness, educating the public about responsible pet ownership, and advocating for the humane and equal treatment of all dogs without prejudice."
10% Donation from Proceeds.
Carolina ACD Rescue & Rebound is dedicated to helping Australian Cattle Dogs in need of rescue from shelters, neglect and abandonment in both North and South Carolina. 10% goes to this wonderful organization.
"The 'Dharma' collar was designed in honor of victims of dog fighting and is named after a very special girl rescued in the multi-state dog fighting bust in July 2009. Dharma spent the beginning of her life outside at the end of a tow chain, with only a small wooden box for shelter. Her right leg was so badly mutilated that it had to be removed. She was adopted by a Mutts-n-Stuff volunteer who fell in love with her while assisting at the shelter where the bust dogs were cared for. Dharma is currently living the life of a princess and training to be a therapy dog for children with disabilities. Mutts-n-Stuff took over 35 dogs from the July 2009 dog fighting bust into its foster/adoption program. Based in St. Louis MO, our goal is to assist local shelters, promote responsible ownership, educate, and assist with victims of dog fighting. We are in the process of building Phoenix House, a "halfway house" where victims of dog fighting can find safety, comfort, and love while they decompress and learn how to just be a dog. Learn more about us by visiting our website.."
10% donation from proceeds. Mutts-N-Stuff
"The goal of Turtle Rescue of Long Island is to provide reliable, up to date information on the care of turtles and tortoises as well as provide a haven for those in need."
10% Donation from proceeds. Turtle Rescue of Long Island