Rotties are natural bodyguards, thanks to their protective nature, astute awareness, sturdy build, and obedience to their owners. Keep them social, active and happy, and this big goof of a pooch will be your best friend for life. Unfortunately, the Rottweiler's defensive instincts and powerful physique has made this breed the center of controversial laws and legislation that label them dangerous to own. To tackle this negative perception, artist Dean Russo's collection of work for The Mountain aims to paint the Rottie in a way that captures their daffy personality and makes you want to take one of these big goobers home today. Get this bright and trippy Rottweiler Luv T-Shirt today and show the world what an awesome friend your Rottie truly is.
Our artist dean Russo draws inspiration from the urban landscape of his native Brooklyn, New York and his love for dogs to create truly unique artwork known for its brilliant colors and bold abstract designs of mesmerizing shapes and symbols. Through his designs, Dean strives to communicate a message that encourages people to choose adoption, to acknowledge the worldwide failure of breed-specific legislation and to combat dog fighting around the world.
Dyed using organic dyes with designs printed with soft, non-toxic water-based inks.
When you first receive your Mountain garment we recommend washing in cold water alone or with like colors. Since your shirt was hand-dyed it will continue to bleed some excess color for the first few washes. It is safe to use normal detergent, just make sure to avoid bleach. Your Mountain Tee should be dried either in a tumble dryer or flat, not hung as the weight of the water will cause the cotton to stretch.
When you purchase this shirt, you will also be feeding a shelter dog for 7 days through our partnership with Rescue Bank. Dogs are typically fed twice a day so this includes 2 meals/day for a shelter dog in need. Thank you for helping us make a difference in dogs' lives. We appreciate your support in our mission to feed all hungry dogs in need until they find their furever homes.
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