An important part of Dog is Good’s mission is to be a force for good. This is why we created the Dog is Good for Good Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non profit that helps dogs, helping people.

Dog is Good for Good knows the power of the human- dog bond. For both, this partnership improves the health and well-being of the human as well as the dog. As we emerge from a year of incredible human challenges due to a global pandemic that has contributed to job loss, food insecurity, and isolation. Ever-changing work environments, and a dependency on the continuity of technology to support remote learning, work, and sustain friendships, dogs might be more essential than ever before as they have been a source of companionship, joy, and calm.

We have worked with numerous animal shelters, therapy organizations, and other pet-related non-profits,  in pursuit of this ideal. Each year, Dog is Good reaches out to dozens of organizations and is also aligned with a couple of larger partner organizations. We invite you to join our community and learn more about our initiatives.

DIG Charity Partners

Waggle Foundation

Featured Partner: Help Us Make A Difference with the Waggle Foundation

Waggle is the only pet-dedicated crowdfunding platform that partners directly with leading veterinary providers, nonprofits and pet guardians to reduce economic euthanasia in pets, thereby giving options to pet guardians and second chances to the pets they love. The critical partnership between Waggle and veterinary partners ensures that funds flow directly to the pet’s medical care. 500,000 pets are put down annually because their guardians can’t afford veterinary care. Waggle saves the lives of pets in need of costly medical treatments by creatively raising and responsibly distributing resources directly to vetted health care providers. To help make a difference, be sure to round up for charity at check out!

Cammies and Canines Santuary
Cammies and Canines: Provides transitional housing to homeless veterans, rescues dogs and trains dogs to become service animals!  They are a veteran owned and operated company, that promotes unity and emotional health amongst our homeless veterans by aiding them with basic daily needs and providing help to transition back into society with the help of dogs.

Warrior Canine Connection is a nonprofit organization which utilizes a Mission Based Trauma Recovery model to help recovering Warriors reconnect with life, their families, their communities, and each other. By interacting with the dogs as they move from puppy-hood to training to adult service dogs, Warrior Trainers benefit from a physiological and psychological animal-human connection. As a result of their efforts, Veterans with disabilities receive the finest in trained service dogs.

Freedom Service Dogs is a nonprofit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and custom training them for individual client needs. Clients include children, veterans and active duty soldiers, and other adults. Their disabilities include Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Spinal Cord Injuries, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). DIG is partnering with Freedom Service Dogs over 2015-2016 and is raising funds and awareness for this outstanding organization.™ partners with and funds leading nonprofit organizations around the world including many animal welfare organizations. Dog is Good donates a portion of proceeds from the “I Like Big Mutts” line of apparel and gifts to to distribute to animal rescue organizations.

Victoria Stilwell Foundation  One of our key charity partners, the Victoria Stilwell Foundation provides financial support and canine behavior expertise to assistance dog organizations and small animal rescue shelters while promoting the concept of reward-based, positive reinforcement dog training philosophies in organizations and  households throughout the United States.

Leader Dogs for the Blind provides guide dogs to people who are blind and visually impaired to enhance their mobility, independence and quality of life. Each year, over 270 clients attend a 26-day residential training program to be paired with a guide dog. This is a life-changing event that opens the door to independence, safety and self-worth.

The Emma Zen Foundation is a non profit organization that raises funds for Pet Oxygen Masks and donates them to Fire Departments and other first responders. Located in Anaheim, California, this organization has donated more than 2,500 kits in Southern California fire personnel. Dog is Good donates a portion of proceeds from the ‘Dog Codependent’ line of apparel and gifts to The Emma Zen Foundation.