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Be more conscious of Pets' needs by offering a range of essential products.

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Be more sustainable, by reducing our environmental footprint and educating/helping our Clients to follow the same path.

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Be Zero waste, by reusing and recycling materials.

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Be pro-Local Communities by selecting mostly local companies to produce our products.

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Be socially responsible, establishing partnerships and sponsoring Animal and Environmental Associations.

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Be transparent, about what we do, how we do it and what materials we use.

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.”Mahatma Gandhi

The Secret is in our materials

Get to know more about the eco-friendly product that we use in our products

  • Organic Cotton

    Organic is the only system which eliminates highly toxic substances from the environment and instead works holistically, for the long-term benefit of people and the planet.
    Why organic cotton is a sustainable choice?

    1. Combats climate change

    2. Saves and protects precious water

    3. Helps farmers feed their families

    4. Gives control to farmers not GM companies

    5. Eliminates hazardous synthetic pesticides

  • Certified Recycled Plastic

    Certified Recycled Plastic is the transcription system that guarantees the traceability of recycled plastic material.
    According to the definition given by the European Parliament , the circular economy is "a model of production and consumption that involves sharing, lending, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products as long as possible".
    The goal of the circular economy is to extend the lifecycle of products, thus contributing to waste reduction.

  • Recycled Polyester

    Recycled polyester is made from recycled materials (PET and polyester fabrics), by processing existing plastic waste - most commonly single use plastic bottles - and re-spinning it into new polyester fiber.

  • Bamboo

    Bamboo is a fast growing and a naturally renewable tree-like grass. It requires little maintenance to farm as it doesn’t need any pesticides or herbicides and very little water to grow.
    There are over 1,200 different species of bamboo in existence and most are highly adaptable, particularly in high humidity regions.
    Bamboo is able to grow in Southeast Asia, Africa, America, Europe, depending on the specie.

  • Organic Corn Starch

    Starch is a natural, Corn starch polymers from corn kernels organic polymer of glucose and the corn starch polymer is obtained from the endosperm of the kernel and is commonly used in food preparation. Polymers are long chain molecules that have a basic repeating unit.
    Corn starch polymers are used to produce bio plastics.

  • Recycled paper

    Recycled paper is the greenest option. It uses less energy, water, and produces lower carbon emissions than the manufacturing of non-recycled paper and at the same time reduces the amount of waste to landfill – as paper can be recycled 4 to 5 times.

  • FSC certified paper

    The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), which describes itself as a "group of businesses, environmentalists and community leaders," is a well-respected not-for-profit which aims to protect the world's forests by overseeing and improving timber production.

    Did you Know?

    Get to know our collection, where we honour animals important to biodiversity (Click on each one to know more about their importance!)

    Most important group of pollinators

    Bee

    As the world’s most important group of pollinators, bees are a crucial part of agricultural production and natural ecosystem function. They support the growth of trees, flowers, and other plants, which serve as food and shelter for creatures large and small. Some species, like Apis mellifera, produce honey. This sickly sweet golden liquid is valuable not only for its saccharine taste, but also due to its medicinal properties and the fact it is so energy dense.

    Help to control viruses

    Bat

    Bats are very important animals for the ecosystems. Tropical bats are essential to the rain forest, where they pollinate flowers and disperse seeds for countless trees and shrubs. Bats eat so many insects, that they lessen the need for use of chemical pesticides in agriculture and they help to control viruses spread by the insects.

    Forest gardener

    Squirrel

    Squirrels are the forest gardeners. They bury seeds throughout the forest, and often they forget where they are. When this happens, they are effectively planting seeds. Burying also helps aerate the soil and promote plant growth.
    Squirrels are also essential for pollination because they help to spread pollen from one plant to another.

    Control the populations

    Shark

    Sharks have an important role in maintaining the ocean ecosystem and also serving as an indicator of the ocean health. They control the populations of prey species by eliminating the weak and sick animals ensuring the species diversity. Sharks are one of the most important groups of predators of the planet.

    Ecosystem engineer

    Elephant

    When elephants eat, they create gaps in the vegetation. These gaps allow new plants to grow and create pathways for other smaller animals. During the dry season, they use their feet, trunks and tusks to create holes deep enough to tap into underground water sources. These watering holes stay available for other animals drink too. Elephants are essential to maintain forest ecosystems for other species.

    Most important group of pollinators
    Help to control viruses
    Forest gardener
    Control the populations
    Ecosystem engineer

    Bee

    Bat

    Squirrel

    Shark

    Elephant

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