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An artist collaboration between Abe Tensia Illustrations and Craig Mountain Art, in conjunction with the creative genius that is Eliza Huber-Weiss, this fine, off-white, 100% cotton t-shirt says it all if you own a canine companion! With bumper stickers available as well, grab either or both!


Originally designed as a birthday gift for our dear friend Julia, featuring her son, Sunny, "doing his business," we thought the general public also deserved a shirt that expresses what we are all thinking when we return home from walking our dog: "Took my dog for a walk and all I got was this bag of shit."

"Took My Dog For A Walk..." 100% Cotton Tee

$25.00 Regular Price
$20.00Sale Price
Shirt Color: Natural
  • Wash gently! I would recommend washing with cold water on a gentle cycle. 

  • Product Features

    • Comfort Colors garments are pre-shrunk during the garment dye process for almost no shrinkage at home.
    • Our clean pigment dye colors use 50% less water than traditional pigment dye processes.
    • Proud member of the US Cotton Trust Protocol (USCTP) and Better Cotton.
    • Cotton products from Comfort Colors support more sustainable + ethical cotton farming.
    • Garment-dyed soft ring spun fabric feels great against your skin
    • Topstitched, classic width, rib collar
    • Twill taped neck and shoulders for extra comfort and durability
    • Relaxed fit, tubular body
    • Signature twill label


    • Relaxed Fit


    Size Width (in) Length (in) Sleeve center back (in)
    S 18.25 26.625 16.25
    M 20.25 28 17.75
    L 22 29.375 19
    XL 24 30.75 20.5
    2XL 26 31.625 21.75
    3XL 27.75 32.5 23.25


    Respect For People

    Embracing our responsibility to treat our people with respect and dignity by providing rewarding, safe, and healthy work environments.

    Respect For Environment

    Manufacturing clothes in an environmentally conscious way by paying attention to every detail, every drop of water and energy.

    Respect For Circularity

    Diverting waste from landings by finding creative ways to reduce, reuse, recycle, and recover.

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