Temple of Dog Launches Faith-Based Line of Pet Apparel
LAGUNA BEACH, CA, Sep 10, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) --
Temple of Dog (TOD), a manufacturer of dog apparel, toys and cards,
today announced the launch of their faith-based line of cotton dog
shirts, offering dog owners a variety of sku's and sizes designed
within the Jewish and Christian disciplines.
"The idea started as a 'chocolate-meets-peanut butter' moment,"
explained co-founder Cynthia P. Jenkins. "Blending one's personal
dogma with his or her dog is a match made in heaven."
With sayings like "Kiss me, I'm Chewish," "Boneified Christian," and
"Fleas Navidad" for the holidays, co-founder Shade Degges adds,
"We're certainly not missionaries at Temple of Dog. We simply saw an
opportunity to make faith fun within an unexpected industry."
The American Pet Products Association reports that Americans will
spend $55.3 billion on their pets this year, a 7.9% increase over
2012. Halloween pet spending accounts for $371 million and the
average holiday shopper averages $46 per pet. To that end, Temple of
Dog will be adding additional religions to their line in time for
Halloween, including Buddhist and Mormon designs for shirts, bowls
"Religion isn't going anywhere and neither is America's obsession
with their pets," said Jenkins. "At Temple of Dog, our bowls runneth
over in ways to blend fur with faith."
About Temple of Dog
Temple of Dog is a faith-based dog apparel and toy manufacturer, with
products currently available for sale online at www.templeofdog.com.
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Cynthia P. Jenkins
Temple of Dog
SOURCE: Temple of Dog
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