Auburn Leathercrafters Acquires A Tail We Could Wag
Auburn Leathercrafters in Auburn, N.Y., recently acquired Eagle, Idaho-based A Tail We Could Wag, maker of high quality collars, leashes, harnesses and matching belts for the human counterpart. The fabric for A Tail We Could Wag’s unique woven designs, many inspired by the traditional patterns of the highlands of Guatemala, are vibrant, artistic, and rich in texture and hand woven
by talented artisans practicing the tradition of their Mayan heritage, according to company officials.
“Part of Auburn Leathercrafters’ commitment to quality and attention to detail is a dedication to working with others who share the same high standards, which is why we choose our partners carefully, and which is why we are so excited about this opportunity,” said Anita Dungey, Auburn Leathercrafters’s president. “It is not only a commitment to quality, but a sense of community that is important to us. We understand that community, family, and passing along tradition and culture to the next generation are important, universal needs.”
“Every purchase of a A Tail We Could Wag collars and leashes helps financially support women and their families in rural Guatemala where family is important and financial needs are great,” Dungey added. “As a proud culture, it helps them share the beauty and colorful tradition of their Mayan heritage. It affords these families an opportunity to stay with their families in a
culture that is familiar while preserving their traditions for the next generation.”
As of January, 2018, retailers will be able to purchase the entire A Tail We Could Wag line from Auburn Leathercrafters, manufactured in Auburn’s facility in the Finger Lakes region of New York state.
A Tail We Could Wag’s handcrafted collars, leashes, harnesses, and matching belts and the rest of Auburn Leathercrafters line will be manufactured at and shipped directly from Auburn Leathercrafters with Auburn’s continued commitment to quality craftsmanship, personal customer service and manufacturing products in the USA.