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About Linden Line DesignsWritten by Joan, Owner of Linden Line Designs
Linden Line Designs was created as a way to satisfy many passions. A passion for sewing, pets and the desire to share with my daughter the principle that Women are strong and can create anything they wish.
Linden Line Designs is truly a family labor of love. My husband, Tony; our daughter, McKenna; and myself have each contributed in many ways to make this business and website become a reality. Right down to the name, we all had a say in choosing it! Linden is a type of tree with heart-shaped leaves and also represents "Feminine Power".
I am dedicated to sewing top quality fashion accessories for your pet. In addition to this, I'm hoping my products will put a smile on your face. Alot of love truly goes into each product. I especially enjoy what I consider to be the Linden Line Designs' trademark, which McKenna suggested...
~ Those cute little charms on every collar which read: "Made with Love" ~
Thanks for stopping by.
~ Joan ~
The Pets of LLD
Photos and short biographies of all the pets of Linden Line Designs.
Aliases: Janie, Janie-poo, Janester, Lady Jane, Little Jane, Monster, Gremlin, Bat Pug.
Breed(s): Black Pug
Favorite Things: Chomping, playing, cuddling, being lazy, eating, being naughty.
Bio: Jane is the newest member of our family. She is named after McKenna's favorite author, Jane Austen, as well as her favorite novel, Jane Eyre. Jane is the sweetest little thing, but she can also be very rambunctious when she wants to be! Despite being a little pug in an awfully large world, she is rarely intimidated by anything, and loves being adventurous.
Aliases: Bug, Snorting Angel, Buggy, Sweet Baby, Skip, Queen Skippy, Wu-Pug, Buggy Wuggy, Puggy Poo, Skip the Drip, Drippy, Le Poog, Skip Doggie Dog, Sweet Baby Gherkin, Skippernoodle, and many, many others.
Breed(s): Fawn Pug
Favorite Things: Sleeping, Snuggling, Having her belly rubbed, Eating, Getting Treats, Basking in the sun, Barking at people, Being with her family.
Bio: Skippy was a member of our family for fourteen beautiful, cherished years. She was never really considered just a 'dog': her expressions, mannerisms, and personality were more like those of a human. She touched the life of everyone who knew her, just by being her sweet, silly, caring, intuitive self.