This comfortable muscle tank is soft and flowy with low cut armholes for a relaxed look. Featuring Valerie The Pitbull sitting amongst best-selling books like, "Sally and Todd's Adventures, "Calista The Magical Pitbull," and "Being Inherently Good 101." Beside her is a chalkboard that says, "Teach Love," because that's what she hopes to teach everyone-- to love and accept one another.
Available in 3 colors. This loose-fitting tank is sure to become one of your favorite "go-to" tops.
25% of the profits from each Valerie Teach Love product sold is donated to The Stand Up For Pits Foundation, an organization dedicated to ending the stigma against Pitbulls and Pitbull "type" breeds and providing educational and financial resources to rescue groups across the country so they can continue to find loving homes for these inherently good dogs.
Valerie is a beautiful pittie who is in spirit. She crossed the rainbow bridge on August 7, 2018. I created this illustration of her after being deeply touched by her story. I also wanted to honor the names of the other velveteen hippos who I have had the privilege of meeting through my work as an intuitive animal communicator. Some I have met in person, others I have met in spirit, but all have had a profound effect on me and are true animal wisdom keepers. If you look closely, each of the books features a title with the name belonging to one of these ambassadors or is a nod to the importance of connecting with animals. It is my hope that this piece will bring joy and spark conversation about the wonderful breed and the importance of educating one another. Stigmas and fear are born from ignorance. Education brings knowledge and truth and essentially teaches love. Let us all teach love.
📚The Book Titles📚
✏️How To Talk To Animals
✏️Sally and Todd's Adventures
✏️Calista The Magical Pitbull
✏️Lola: The Velveteen Hippo
✏️Eli and The Rainbow Bridge
✏️Running With Reese
✏️Angel's Guide To Standing-Up-For-Pits
✏️Being Inherently Good 101
✏️The book Valerie is reading says: "Ulysses and Ramona went to the beach. They played with a pit named Angel."