#DogKarma Sponsor: Dogeared Jewels & Gifts

Dogeared Jewels & Gifts has so generously passed along a Karma Necklace (the same style worn by Julia Roberts in the movie Eat, Pray, Love) for the #DogKarma prize pack.

About the necklace:

what goes around, comes around… wear your necklace as a reminder to keep the circle positive, peaceful and loving…

One of our best selling and most loved pieces, our karma necklace is a simple reminder to keep your own circle peaceful and loving. One of the most comfortable, and powerful necklaces we sell.

  • 16″ sterling silver chain
  • 1/2″ sterling silver karma circle
  • sterling silver trigger closure
  • karma message card
  • handcrafted in california

About Dogeared Jewels & Gifts:

Dogeared Jewels and Gifts have been hand crafted in California for 20 years, when designer Marcia Maizel-Clarke recognized the need for jewelry that speaks. The style is modern and versatile, inspired by California’s free spirited, natural beauty. Designs range from subtle classics to eclectic, unexpected statements, all designed in the spirit of love, kindness, and consciousness. Each jewel is handmade in the USA, collectable, and one of a kind.

Dogeared believes what goes around comes around. We are committed to the same values we held when we started on this journey in 1991… And we will always design with the planet in mind and support nonprofit groups working to heal the environment and create social change.

We’re celebrating 20 years of good Karma, doing what we love, and loving what we do: creating jewelry that puts good energy out into the world, and makes personal, positive statements about people who wear it.

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This item is a part of the #DogKarma Prize pack full of great dog goods to help a rescue dog get settled in his or her new home.  




If you’re not planning to adopt a rescue dog in the near future, you can still enter.  If you win, the Good Karma necklace is yours to keep, and we hope you’ll donate the dog goods to your local rescue to help them with their amazing efforts to help dogs find forever homes.


How to enter:



  • Leave a comment on this post, and tell me the name of your favorite local dog rescue (one comment per person, please).

For extra entries:

  • Blog or Tweet (#DogKarma) about a dog from your local pound or rescue who is in need of a home, and come back and leave the link to your tweet or blog post in the comments.  Here’s a sample tweet.

  • Please only enter one link per day in comments for an extra entry, but feel free to post about rescue dogs with the #DogKarma hashtag as often as you’d like, because, of course, the goal is to raise awareness about adoptable rescue dogs!  

  • Each day this week I’ll post with more information on the items in the prize pack and the generous companies sponsoring this project, and will give you more opportunities to enter with each post.

I’ll announce the winner (chosen by a random number generator) on Monday, October 3rd.
Good Luck!
CONTEST CLOSED

Comments

  1. Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA is one of my favorite organizations. They are a non-profit organization that provide care for abandoned and homeless animals. They also provide various programs such as dog training classes, animal behavior consultations, humane education and many more! :)

  2. I LOVE Dogeared. I have ordered from them a few times. I have been unable to convince my husband to let me have a dog, so I’d have to take the rest of the pack to the Atlanta Humane Society.

  3. Southern California German Shepherd Rescue (and I live in Hawaii!)

  4. Lapdog rescue is where we obtained my dog. They are a great organization.

  5. One of my favorite local rescues, is Our Pack, a Pit Bull rescue from south of the bay area and it does amazing things for the breed but especially for all the dogs it helps. :)

  6. Thomas J O’Connor Adoption Center in Springfield, Ma is the shelter I support. I have rescued 3 of our 4 dogs from TJO. I volunteer at TJO and do adoption events at Petco for them. The shelter is a municipally run dept and therefore suffers from the impact of budget cuts from the city. They have had to decrease the number of hours the adoption center is open, therefore making it more difficult to get the pets adopted. This pack would be an awesome addition to their Pawzaar sale, one of their fundraisers. Thanks for all you do to support rescue!!

  7. Alexandra Siwek says

    Northeast Animal Shelter!

  8. Wyoming County SPCA, ’cause that’s where I got Lily!

  9. Terri Strong says

    Home For Friendless Animals in Crawfordsville, In. They are a no kill shelter.

  10. The local rescue “Buddy Dog Humane Society” is a place I have helped out at and I know they do so much for the dogs (and cats) in their care.
    -Ali

  11. Lilo’s Promise Animal Rescue. We are a bully breed rescue in NJ rescuing at risk dogs in our kill shelters. We provide them with everything they need to flourish and become wonderful adoptable family members. We are saving to build L.O.T.U. S House, where dogs can live, learn their obedience, home manners, play and have a great life until they are adopted! http://www.lilospromise.com We olove dogeared jewels!

  12. Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem, MA is a wonderful non-profit, no-kill shelter from which we adopted a doggie family member in the past. I also have to put in a good word for Rescue Road Trips, a volunteer organization that picks up dogs from high-kill shelters in the South and transports them to their furever homes in the North. Their weekly updates regularly have me in tears of joy for these babies.

  13. Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem, MA is a wonderful non-profit, no-kill shelter from which we adopted a doggie family member in the past. I also have to put in a good word for Rescue Road Trips, a volunteer organization that picks up dogs from high-kill shelters in the South and transports them to their furever homes in the North. Their weekly updates regularly have me in tears of joy for these babies.

  14. Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem, MA is a wonderful non-profit, no-kill shelter from which we adopted a doggie family member in the past. I also have to put in a good word for Rescue Road Trips, a volunteer organization that picks up dogs from high-kill shelters in the South and transports them to their furever homes in the North. Their weekly updates regularly have me in tears of joy for these babies.

  15. Not sure how to post a tweet link but here’s what I just posted…

    @windsweptaway

    #DogKarma Look at this precious baby…northeastanimalshelter.org/85127 She needs a loving furever home!

  16. Wrede’s Wildlife Rehab takes care of Dogs, Cats, & ALL Wildlife. They are 100% non-profit & have spent their entire lives doing this for no personal gain. Bless them. KARMA!

  17. Forever Paws in Fall River, Mass is the local no kill shelter run by volunteers who love the animals they rescue, before they find them a forever home. They depend solely on contributions to continue their good work. They are the only non kill shelter here and need any help possible.

  18. http://twitter.com/#!/lezlarina/status/120631397265313792 Perla, Chi Mix. Friendly girl. Bay Area.

  19. The Washtenaw county humane society in Ann Arbor, MI is a great place. I have adopted from there in the past and probably will again in the future.

  20. wagin tail rescue rescue and transport dogs

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