Hello everyone, We hope you had a pawtasticlipse Monday! We sure did, as we received our new Doggie Styles shirts for the National Dog Day Market! What better way to introduce ourselves then by wearing our new Doggie Styles gear!
I will first start out by introducing myself. My name is Brittany and I hand make everything at Doggie Styles! I started creating dog accessories in 2014 for the dog grooming company I was working for. I received such great feedback, and even clients who wanted to pay for my designs! So in 2015 Fuzzy Sheepdog Designs was born. (I was obsessed with Sheepdogs, I still am!) That is how the CEO of FSD came to be, with the amazing help of friends and pawstumers we were able to adopt a dog from Mexico who was in dire need of help, with an auction of my animal attire! He now lives the good life with me and Christopher, and the fast life (he doesn't let his missing leg slow him down one bit)! Christopher is the handsome man in the second photo, he holds the whole operation together, we would not be Doggie Styles with out him! His continuous support, product choices/opinions, marketing help, and so much more has truly strengthened and changed my company in so many wonderful ways!
Thank you so much to each and everyone of you, we wouldn't be here with out you! I look forward to many years of designing your fur babies their Doggie Styles gear!
See you on Saturday the 26th at the Famers Market on Tamina!
This is the Yellow-billed Stork. In Dutch, it's called an Afrikaanse (African) Nimmerzat and 'Nimmerzat' means 'never drunk'. One of it's sister species is the, in Dutch, Maleise (Malaysian) Nimmerzat (Milky Stork), which ironically exists only in Cambodia and Indonesia. The other sister species is, again in Dutch, the Indische (Indonesian) Nimmerzat (Painted Stork), which then does not exist in Indonesia, but in e.g. India, China and Thailand. The Yellow-billed Stork is easily identified from the others by having a red head, whereas the other species have a more orange/pink colour.