Shop ’till You Drop

As we announced last week, Cooper is running for President through Agape Animal Rescue’s first ever Democracy for Dogs campaign

He’s laid out his platform, tapped his foster brother as his campaign manager, and when I wasn’t looking he borrowed my credit card because all of a sudden he has a new outfit, fit for the campaign trail!

What the what?  Cooper, is your bow tie not presidential enough for you?  Cooper mumbled something about “campaign contributions” and “tax deductible” before he scampered off to play strategize with Oscar, so I took a look at my credit card statement to see what was going on.  I found two strange charges – one to The Cozy Critter, and another to Dog Tag Art.  Time to investigate these shops so I can see where Cooper is spending my hard-earned cash! 

The Cozy Critter is your one-stop-shop for all things doggie swag.  They have collars in different styles (martingale, buckle, etc), leashes in various lengths including couplers and training handles, harnesses (even for cats!), treat bags, scarves and more.  All of them can all be ordered in any one of their hundreds of fabric choices, which are all organized by category so you can easily find what you’re looking for.  Their “patriotic” category explains why Cooper found his new collar design so quickly.

I was actually pretty surprised that Cooper discovered Dog Tag Art before I did.  Once I found the site I got lost in the seemingly unending designs of pet ID tags. You can browse through hundreds of designs, or you can upload a photo and create your own.  Here’s the best part – all their tags are just $11.99! 

I was pleasantly surprised at the tag’s quality.  At such a bargain price, I expected it to be a little wimpy, but their tags are actually made of recycled steel coated with a polymer that makes them smooth like porcelain. The price of your tag includes four lines of text on the back, which Dog Tag Art guarantee for life – if the text ever becomes unreadable, they’ll replace your tag at no charge.

Well, if Cooper was going to insist on doing some online shopping without my approval, at least he has good taste!  And to top it off, he learned the meaning of the phrase “shop ’till you drop.” Being this stylish is exhausting!

Don’t forget to Vote for Cooper!  A $5 donation will get you one vote, or you can vote with $20 and get this super sweet T-shirt to show your support of your favorite candidate (ahem, which is COOPER, by the way):


Along with his presidential campaign, Cooper is also campaigning for a Furever Home of his very own!  If you’d like to add this presidential pup to your family, please fill out an adoption application with Agape Animal Rescue.



Filed under Our Foster Journey

11 responses to “Shop ’till You Drop

  1. What a cute collar! I may or may not be doing a little shopping of my own on that site tonight! 🙂


  2. zoki

    i love the last photo. shopping always makes me nappy too, cooper.


  3. Dog Tag Art is great! Do use the silencer though. When we got Gambit’s, they hadn’t started including them, and after almost 1 1/2 years of puppy chewing, dog parks, water and playing, the edge is chipping a little. My dad’s dog has the silencer, and hers is in perfect shape!


  4. I voted for Cooper today. Good luck Buddy!


  5. He has the most infectious and awesome smile/grin that I have ever seen, loving Cooper 🙂


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