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K9 Ballistics Is A Certified B Corporation

This certification underlines the active commitment to meeting the highest standards and to balance profit and purpose.

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(PRESS RELEASE) K9 Ballistics is the first and only B Corp in the niche of durable, longer lasting dog beds. It joined the likes of Patagonia, Ben & Jerry’s, Allbirds, Kickstarter, Athleta, and more.

K9 Ballistics’ customers cares about the social and environmental impact of our products lifecycles. With thousands of companies manufacturing products, it’s not always easy for customers to determine a good company from a bad one. At its very core, that is the essence of what B Corp certification provides. It gives a way to validate the environmental and social value it brings to the community. For K9 Ballistics, it is the perfect way to formalize its dedication to thinking beyond profits and measuring what matters, social responsibility.

Certified B Corporations are a new kind of business that balance purpose and profit, driving a global movement of people using business as a force for good.

Here are a few ways K9 Ballistics is making a difference:

  • It donates 100% of lightly used returns to shelters in need of beds.
  • It continually work to incorporate sustainability, less impactful processes, and recycled components into all its products.
  • It encourages employees to give back to local non-profits in need of volunteers through paid days for their community service.
  • K9 Ballistics is committed to helping its employees to develop and grow through better pay, wellness programs, and continued education.

If you’re interested in reading more about K9 Ballistics company’s efforts towards sustainability as a B Corp, read more here.

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