Looking good & doing good: meet Mister Migs 'Ambassadorable' Bart

Looking good & doing good: meet Mister Migs 'Ambassadorable' Bart
January 3, 2017 by Modern Pets
Bart: a Mister Migs Ambassadorable

Mister Migs “dog gear for good” is one of those stories you will love. It’s a non-profit that uses recycled denim and other repurposed materials to prepare young people with autism or some developmental disability to matriculate into employment. Its unique training program is YCU Your Career Unleashed where young adults learn the high standards, work ethics, and entrepreneurial spirit needed for a successful career.

Mister Migs dog gear includes harnesses, backpacks, saddlebags, leashes, bowties and bandanas, all beautifully built to last and able to stand up to the wear and tear of daily dog life. Under the guidance of a Master Tailor, every stitch is hand-crafted in the USA at the Mister Migs headquarters in Atlanta. The product line is inspired by the most current people fashion, their lifestyles, and reinterpreted for the canine customer. What makes this dog gear unique is the finish and attention to detail: pleating, piping, patches and pockets; top-stitching, layers of lace, bleached, dyed, and frayed denim texturing. The customization becomes extraordinary. Not only is each piece a work of art, it’s one-of-a-kind, just like your dog!

But you don’t have to take our word for it. Ask a Mister Migs Ambassadorable! Ambassadorables are exceptional dogs of accomplishment—Some are search and rescue dogs, service dogs, agility dogs, even Instagram stars—Some are just beloved dogs who want to help spread the good word about adorable gear for good. They’re across the USA and now even in Europe!

Featured Ambassadorable is Bart, sporting the “Tail-Wagging Tuff” leather and denim tie-dyed harness, perfect for his biker-dog lifestyle.
Check out the Mister Migs fine dog gear, learn more about their important cause, and find out how your dog can become an Ambassadorable too. Visit www.mistermigs.com

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