None of this would be possible without people wanting to help homeless and abandoned dogs. Every 6 seconds in the US a dog or cat is put to death - not always humanely - simply from a lack of an available home. The Dogs Helping Dogs Project of Sacred Spirit Dog is all about turning the idea around about what we consider trash and instead, acknowledging its value.

The Dogs Helping Dogs Project is about people saving their dog’s undercoat and donating it to Sacred Spirit Dog to help support rescue organizations in New England. Hand spun yarn from a particular dog’s coat is woven into a scarf or felted with wool into a rug. Like every dog, each scarf and rug is one-of-a-kind. Whatever the donating dog’s breed is, a 30% donation from the sale will go to that breed’s rescue. If the dog is of mixed heritage, the donation will go to an all-breeds rescue organization in Vermont.

Enjoy meeting some of our very special friends lending their undercoats towards helping other dogs








Others whose donations / skills / time / and wisdom has been, and continues to be, indispensable include:

Margaret Silva of Margie’s Muse, Jamaica, Vermont
Patty Blomgren, East Dummerston, Vermont
Marian White of Tunbridge Woolworks, Tunbridge, Vermont
Dog Gone Style, Waitsfield and Middlebury, Vermont
Aussie Rescue (ARPH)
New Spirit Aussie Rescue
New England Border Collie Rescue
Claire Simpson, Warren, Vermont (wool )
Sugar Bush Farm, Stephentown, New York (wool)