With the holiday season fast approaching, it is never too early to start shopping for gifts, but with so many unnecessary things, like the ugly sweater you got from Aunt Sue, the itchy socks your sister gave you last year, or the horrendous mug you got from your co-worker, all these things end up collecting dust and clutter your house. This year, instead of giving last minute useless gifts, give something you know your pet loving friend, mom, sister, significant other will appreciate. Give them something they’ll use and love.
Everyone love puppies, right? Well, maybe not cat people, but even so, these puppy calendars from Pink Ribbon Puppies Inc. will put a smile on anyone’s face.
Debbie Bryant, Dallas-based pet photographer for thank Dog. Photography launched Pink Ribbon Puppies, Inc., a nonprofit organization, with two other Dallas-area women.
“The organization allows us to combine two of our passions, using dogs (PUPPIES!!) to raise funds for breast cancer research,” said Bryant. “We have a line of calendars, note cards and greeting cards featuring photos of puppies in pink scenes, and we plan to continue to add more products.”
The calendar’s beautiful photographs feature different breed puppies, including a rescued Pomeranian mix, doing what they know how to do best, be adorable!
“One hundred percent of the net proceeds from the sale of the wall calendars will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation – an A+ rated organization where over $0.90 on the dollar goes to research.” said Bryant.
Pink Ribbon Puppies offers the 9×12″ wall calendar for $20 each. A smaller pocket calendar goes for $10, or 3/$20, and notecards printed on fine art linen paper and packaged 8 to a box with pink envelopes are sold for $15.
If you are interested in holiday cards, Pink Ribbon Puppies also offers and assortment of beautiful card.
This holiday season combine your passion, dogs, with a gift that gifts back, the Pink Ribbon Puppies calendar.
“I’m biased but I think [the calendars are] super cute,” said Bryant. “It’s all for a great cause! Puppy breath can cure a lot, but it can’t cure cancer (yet)!”