Sometimes, your dog is the only one who seems to really listen to you — and with new studies and videos of dogs pressing buttons to talk to their humans, we’re finally getting a glimpse into what dogs think. Spoiler: it’s not just about treats and playing outside. It’s also about the feelings they and their humans experience!
Here’s a great way you can share your feelings about your dog’s awesome listening skills AND support the Joseph Moore Museum’s free educational programming. Purchasing a t-shirt or tote bag will generate a donation for the JMM!
Thanks to our awesome local printer, Black Dog Printing, increasing order sizes will unlock greater donation levels for us. (Click here to see how we’re doing!) We would also like to thank Hill’s Pet Nutrition for sponsoring our t-shirt drive.
The Joseph Moore Museum offers FREE educational programming while simultaneously training college undergraduates in science-based educational methods. Our graduates take this experience around the world and can be found at museums, nature centers, doctors’ offices, vet clinics, laboratories, classrooms and Moore unique settings.
For every shirt sold, Black Dog Printing will donate $5 per shirt to the JMM.
At 20 shirts sold, we unlock $7.50 per shirt.
At 50 shirts sold, we unlock a $10 donation per shirt!
Simply scan the QR code or click here to order. Orders close at midnight on Sunday, August 7th. Thank you for supporting the JMM!
The JMM Team
Heather Lerner, Director
Ann-Eliza Lewis, Collections Manager
Julia Murgatroyd, Educational Lead
David Walton, Museum Research Fellow
Rachel Ulrich, Museum Outreach & Communications Assistant
Trish Brotbeck, JMM/Biology Administrative Assistant