… or consider opening your home. By now you’ve no doubt heard of the huge dogfighting bust that has yielded over 400 dogs. For decades the policy has been to automatically put these evidence dogs down, before their owners are even brought to trial, but the policy is slowly shifting.
Last weekend we traveled up to Paco’s favorite place on earth and scattered his ashes. The experience was a somber one, but served to remind us all that when one door closes another one opens. Rest in Peace, Buddy, we’ll carry on your name for you.
The answer to that question and more can be found in this short, educational video we put together. If you’ve ever wondered what went into making your Paco Collar, then you should definitely check it out: Special thanks to JR Sheetz who directed/edited/produced this little diddy. Share it with someone you love today!
By now I’m sure you’re used to cringing when you hear the word “Twitter“, as are we. However, some of us have been using the medium for a while and realize it’s a useful tool for communicating small snatches of information quickly.
Brett Michael’s Tour Bus of Love might be over, but that just makes room for Paco Collars to go on tour. Granted, we don’t expect to see nearly as many breasts or catfights on our tour, but, nevertheless, we’ve been inspired to hit the road.
Back when our website debuted in its current incarnation 4 years ago, getting our first web order was really exciting. Then order 100 was a landmark, as was order number 500, as well as the numbers in between that made us giggle (69, 666, etc). But now we’re creeping up on our 1000th web order […]
Yes, it’s official, our new storefront is open for business. Technically we’ve been open all week but who’s counting (wait, are you?). In addition to Paco Collars, this month we’re featuring goods from Idawg Clothing, Aroo Studio, and Mijo and Bambi as well as the artwork of Jesse Freidin.
For the record, we realized the sign should begun with “Paco Collars” but, after the life threatening ordeal involving a rickety ladder and temperamental lettering, we realized it was a grammatical error we could live with. D’oh!
The recent and sudden death of Paco has left us with a Paco-shaped hole in our lives, one that needs filling. Now, we’re not naive enough to think that he could truly be replaceable, but the company is stuck without a mascot and Ana Poe is lonely without a pit bull, a situation that needs […]
… be sure to take a moment out to hug the one you really love. We’ve recently been reminded that life is precious, so remember to pause every once and a while and give thanks for what you have. Our pets have the ability to give us unconditional love, so be sure to enjoy it.
Since Paco passed away two weeks ago, we’ve had a whole lot of inexplicable luck come our way. Even the biggest disbelievers out there have to admit it sure seems like one little brown guy is up there looking out for us.