Meet Doggie Doo Clip.
When Sara Coursin and her brother were young, they would carve dogs out of blocks of wood with their grandfather. They would spend hours carving and painting them. Their grandfather passed away when Sara was in college, but they are so grateful for the time they had and the skills he gave them.
Fast forward to today and they are making handmade wooden dog clips. The company launched in 2014 and they’ve been honing their craft each year – making improvements, researching, and finding ways to improve the quality of the product. The dog clip bites to the leash and holds the used doo bag off its backside. They created an exclusive, red clip in the shape of DLR’s dog icon, just for us!
Fun fact: Their grandfather kept jars of loose washers, nuts and screws. The original washers in the clips came from his collection. The suit case pictured belonged to their grandmother. Family-owned to the core.