We’ve all been waiting for this product line, but we weren’t aware of it. Snoop Dogg is once again using his well-known name to endorse a range of goods after experimenting with video games, cannabis, and wine production. This time, it really is for dogs.
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Just in time for the holiday season, Snoop launched a pet accessories collection simply called Snoop Doggy Doggs. The line includes dog clothing, plush toys, bowls, leashes, and more that are all inspired by the rapper’s enduring style and are only offered on Amazon and the rapper’s e-commerce website (so, yes, plenty of gold chains).
All about Snoop Dogg’s Snoop Doggy Doggs
In a news release, Snoop Dogg states, “If my dogs ain’t fresh I ain’t fresh. These dogs and their apparel are a reflection of Tha Dogg himself, so they gotta look the role of a Top Dog, ya dig?”
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The brand was developed in collaboration with Little Earth Inc. “Snoop’s personality and authenticity are undeniably evident in our creative pet product offerings, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to share the new Snoop Doggie Doggs brand with you ahead of the holidays – it’s the perfect holiday gift for pet owners this season. Talk about a holiday treat,” remarks Rob Brandegee, a co-owner of the company.
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Look no further if you’re looking for a really one-of-a-kind gift for your animal pet this holiday season. There are gold-plated bowls, “doobie” chew toys and a plush boom box in the collection.
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This is not the renowned rap artist’s first foray into business. Additionally, he collaborates with the wine company 19 Crimes, the cannabis brand Leaf, and the gaming company Gangsta Gaming League.
There has been no indication about the rapper’s intentions to release a canine-sized marijuana cigar.