HONEST PET PRODUCTS provides truly natural pet toys made of safe, sustainable, durable Hemp Fabrics and Organic Wool. Their Hemp dog & cat toys are made by adults with developmental disabilities in Green Bay Wisconsin. Several wool cat toys are handcrafted by women supporting their impoverished nomadic herding families living in the Gobi Desert. In exchange for this rare and vital economic opportunity, the families agree to protect the endangered snow leopards sharing their habitat. Recently They've partnered with a fair trade company in Nepal to provide handmade felt balls used for several cat toys. The women are provided clean conditions and a fair wage which helps support their families living in one of the world’s most poverty stricken countries. All of their products are 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
HONEST PET PRODUCTS was born out of three basic, unrelenting, and uncompromising principles behind everything we do:
To be True to our Pets
To be True to our Planet
To be True to our People
To be TRUE TO OUR PETS means that our toys and accessories are made from the most truly NATURAL, safe, and durable materials possible. Our products, for example, are even more natural than other “eco-friendly” products because they are not simply repackaged recycled plastics and synthetics called “eco-friendly”!
To be TRUE TO OUR PLANET means that our materials are used in their most truly NATURAL form to promote sustainability and carbon footprint reduction. We simply use the quality gifts that nature has to offer to heal the planet and provide us all safer lives.
To be TRUE TO OUR PEOPLE means we economically support and emotionally encourage hardworking people with cognitive and developmental disabilities who make our truly NATURAL hemp and wool toys in Green Bay, WI and Newfoundland Canada exclusively for HONEST PET PRODUCTS. Our 100% truly NATURAL wool cat toys are handmade in Mongolia by women of impoverished, nomadic herding families living without many basic needs. Through the Snow Leopard Trust’s Fair Trade cooperative, these families earn a living with their traditional wool-working skills. In exchange, herders are protecting the endangered snow leopards that share their habits.