Dharamsala Animal Rescue Offers Dharma Dogs Line
Providence, Rhode Island – July 18, 2020 – International animal rescue organization Dharamsala Animal Rescue has launched a line of products featuring their popular ‘Dharma Dog’ theme. The product line offers tees, tanks, totes and mugs featuring the Dharma Dog.
Profits from the sale each item supports the organization’s work in Dharamsala, India, where they focus on four core areas of humanely improving the lives of the thousands of suffering street dogs – spay/neuter/vaccination, rescue, adoption and education. The proceeds from the new product line provides direct benefits to the people of Dharamsala as well by working to eradicate rabies and alleviating human/street dog conflict.
DAR founder Deb Jarrett explained that she initially moved to Dharamsala in 2008, and lived there until 2019. While there, her passion to create DAR ignited when she would witness the heartbreaking conditions of dogs in the city, and how little the people seemed to care.
“It broke my heart to watch the dogs suffer, and I was saddened by the reactions, and felt helpless,” Jarrett explained. “Incredibly, my path crossed with a local man who knew someone who could help. Miraculously, my actions and concern sparked a change. Upon returning home to the United States, I knew I needed to do everything in my power to improve the lives of the street animals. I created Dharamsala Animal Rescue to raise awareness about the animals of Dharamsala and fund local projects.”
Dharamsala partnered with Bonfire to take the orders, produce, and ship, and international orders are welcome. https://www.bonfire.com/store/dharma-dogs/
About Dharamsala Animal Rescue
Founded in 2009 by executive director Deb Jarrett, Dharamsala Animal Rescue aims to seek a humane and sustainable environment for animals with direct benefits to the people of Dharamsala, India. Since 2009, DAR has cared for more than 16,000 animals and have had hundreds adopted to loving homes. Always seeking volunteers, donors and adopters, more information can be accessed at www.DharamsalaAnimalRescue.org.