Heather McClain-Howell, founder and CEO of Fit for a Pit, talks about their product line for pits and dogs of similar shape as well as their fun items for people who love pitties. More importantly, we have a thoughtful discussion on how helping dogs impacts our community.Fit for a Pit online:Fit4APi
Publish Date: Nov 24, 2021
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Heather McClain-Howell, founder and CEO of Fit for a Pit, talks about their product line for pits and dogs of similar shape as well as their fun items for people who love pitties. More importantly, we have a thoughtful discussion on how helping dogs impacts our community.Fit for a Pit online:Fit4APit.comInstagramFacebookYouTubeFriends of Fit for a Pit:Ryan Duggan is an illustrator, designer, and printer in Chicago.The Street Dog Coalition provides free medical care and related services to pets of people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness. Using a ‘One Health’ approach to street medicine, SDC cares for the lives on both ends of the leash.KC Pet Project’s Keep ‘Em Together, KC is a program that focuses on building community partnerships and expanding services to help address the systemic roots of resource inequity in Kansas City. The goal is to help pet owners resolve the problems they are experiencing so they can keep their pet.From the Dog Words archives:0231: Dr. Kelly Diehl from the Morris Animal Foundation0232: Pinups for Pitbulls with Deirdre DarlingCelebrate 5 years of Rosie Fund by supporting our campaign to sponsor 50 dogs. You can donate at RosieFund.org or through our Facebook page. You can contribute by making a purchase from the store on our website or buying a t-shirt at Bonfire.com. Also check out our page on BarkYours, the online mall with gifts for people who love their dogs.Music for this episode is provided by alternative string duo, The Wires. Visit them at TheWires.info. Learn fiddle and cello-fiddle online — even if you've never played before — from Laurel Morgan Parks and Sascha Groshang at FiddleLife.com. Join The Wires as they explore new music on their show Sound Currents.The transcript for this episode is available on the Dog Words Buzzsprout page: Buzzsprout.com/840565.