P Dawg all started in 2011 when we rescued our Bulldog from Lonestar Bulldog Rescue in Dallas, TX. Her name was Princess & we had her for 3 wonderful years.
Here is our story ~ When I would go shopping for collars, leashes & outfits none of them were pretty enough or would fit Princess at all. Bulldogs are such hard dogs to fit. Also...Every single label I read was made somewhere other than the U.S. & was poorly made & just not pretty enough. I started to think it would be really cool to come with a Handmade clothing line for Bulldogs :) I took a sewing class & got the basics down & taught myself with Princess literally at my feet how to make collars & leashes. She LOVED to dress up. From the very beginning of me bringing a vintage sewing machine home ... She would literally lay at my feet & would watch me make everything . Each time I made an item I would put it on her & she would prance around. She was so smart & knew everything I made was for her. She felt so special & pretty! I started to get good at sewing & thought more & more about it. Came up with P Dawg ( Named after Princess of course ;) Ran it all over with my boyfriend & he thought it was a great idea & has been our biggest fan :) Princess died about a month before I was able to publish my website. It was heartbreaking we didn't have her longer . But I wanted to continue creating it in memory of her. We now have Pippa Lou Snuggleton to follow in her footsteps . Even though we are a "Small Business" we try our very best to our donate P Dawg items to Bulldogs that are in current foster care that are in rescues. We also donate to Face Book auctions to multiple Bulldog Rescues. We do this in memory of Princess because that's what she would of wanted :)
Erika & Pippa Lou Snuggleton
Austin , TX
This website is dedicated to my Dad. He introduced me to Bulldogs as a child. Our first Bulldog was named Angel. In addition to introducing me to Bulldogs, He played a key role in helping us adopt Princess. Which ultimately led to the beginning of P Dawg Accessories. Although he didn't get the chance to see any of our items that we created for P Dawg or the website that we built ourselves...I know he would of been so proud. :)