The words “rescued and loved” accurately describe every dog that resides in my house.
Often, I can imagine them describing me the same way. In particular, I can almost hear how Scooby the elderpin might describe me to a new friend. “That’s my Crystal. It was love at first sight when we met. And it’s a good thing I came along. That girl needed a man in her life with some maturity.”
A few weeks ago, I won a Toby and Max “Rescued & Loved” necklace in a giveaway at Pawsitively Pets.
Like the saying, the pendant can actually pull double duty – as an accessory for you or your pet.
So far at our house, my neck is the only one it has decorated. I always get compliments when I wear it.
Toby and Max is the jewelry company of designer Sandy Comstock, a longtime advocate of animal rescue organizations and a big time dog lover. Toby and Max was named after her beloved rescue dogs.
The all USA-made line of products includes an array of inspirational jewelry in sterling silver, pewter, and bronze and a whole category of Dog Lover designs, several of which appear in my Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for Dogs and Dog Lovers.
The current Dog in Residence at Toby and Max’s Oregon headquarters is Oscar the Poodle, who reportedly gives all Dog Lover designs his paw of approval before they’re offered for sale. (Oscar even has his own Facebook page.)
The Toby and Max “Rescued & Loved” pendant/pet tag was featured at last year’s Emmy Awards gifting suite benefiting the Humane Society of America. A portion of all sales of that item benefits animal rescue organizations throughout the U.S. and Europe.
As the sponsor of today’s post, Toby and Max has also offered to reward one lucky Wayward Dogs reader with a “Rescued & Loved” pendant just like mine!
One winner with a U.S. mailing address will be chosen at random via random.org. Winner will be announced as an update to this post on Saturday, January 26.
To enter, click on this link:
This giveaway is now closed.
The randomly selected winner is Diana S.