Little Pine pet products are hand-crafted in small batches in a socially responsible way in Whistler, BC.
Inspired by the mountains. From hand to paw.
The outer GoreTex layer is upcycled from our local mountain community.
How did we curate this product?
While there’s no universal standard for sustainable manufacturing, Living Deep is committed to supporting brands, makers and manufacturers that are on a ‘deep green’ path, making progress towards positive environmental and social benefit. As we consider how this product impacts our health and the health of all species, you can learn more about how we evaluate products, or keep reading below for our curation of this specific product...
Where does the product come from?
What is it made of?
We upcycle materials from our local mountain community - like climbing rope and ski instructor uniforms- giving new life to products that would otherwise end up in the landfill.
Where does it go at the end of its life?
The product lifecycle is very important to us. To reduce waste and consumption, we offer repairs and recycling of our products, materials and hardware whenever possible.
Sustainable & Handcrafted
Little Pine connects you and your pet with healthy, natural, ethical products that embody the mountain lifestyle. With Little Pine, you can feel good knowing that you’re getting beautiful, hand-made products designed for friendship and adventure.
We re-purpose materials from our local mountain community, like climbing rope and Whistler ski instructor jackets, giving new life to products that may otherwise end up in the landfill. Our products are individually handmade in-house or through select partnerships we have cultivated to support unique and talented artisans.
Love the Earth. We strive to minimize our footprint by making conscientious choices when creating and packaging our products. We donate a portion of our proceeds to support initiatives in our community pertaining to animals, wellness and the environment.
The product lifecycle is very important to us. Many of our products are made using re-purposed materials from our local mountain community, like climbing rope and ski instructor jackets. To reduce waste and consumption, we offer repairs and recycling of our products, materials and hardware whenever possible.
Our products are handcrafted and ethically made in Canada. As part of our commitment to having a positive social impact, we create fair and supportive partnerships with artisans. Our supplier partnerships are designed to benefit socially disadvantaged groups, such as those who face language barriers, lack of transportation, lack of childcare, disability, or other factors. We currently have supplier partnerships with immigrants, individuals facing disability, Syrian refugees, incarcerated indigenous women (through an organization called Women Helping Women), and other talented artisans.