Dolly Parton launches new ‘Doggy Parton’ clothing line for pets, once again proving she’s a true national treasure

If I had a dog, there’s no doubt in my mind that I’d want to dress him exactly like Dolly Parton.

Hell, I want to dress like Dolly…but I digress.

The country queen has just announced a brand new line of pet apparel, accessories and toys in partnership with SportPet Designs.

The products are currently available on DoggyParton.com and Amazon, and the dog clothes and toys are some of the cutest things I’ve ever seen. They look like they were pulled straight out of his closet.

And the name “Doggy Parton”? We must protect her at all costs. Dolly is a real national treasure.

In part of the promo for the new launch, Dolly shared a video on Instagram where she explained how she’s always had a love for animals and how her debut single “Puppy Love” inspired the brand:

“’Puppy Love’ was my very first record, and six decades later my love for pets is stronger than ever.

It inspired me to start my own line of Doggy Parton clothing, accessories, toys and more with a little Dolly flair.

Now, a portion of the proceeds will support Willa B. Farms, a rescue where animals in need find endless love. Don’t we all need this?

Amen to that, Dolly.

As she mentioned, a portion of the proceeds from all sales will go towards helping find the mission of Willa B. Farms.

Here’s the full announcement video… I’m going to need Dolly to do a human clothing collection next:

“Today my new @doggyparton collection is officially launched, and your pet can shine too!

A portion of the proceeds will support @willabfarm, a rescue where animals in need find endless love.

I mean, seriously, only Dolly Parton could pull off a pet clothing brand and make it the coolest thing you’ve seen all year.

And her aforementioned song “Puppy Love” was her very first single which she recorded at the age of 13, and would later sing in her first Grand Ole Opry appearance when she met Johnny Cash for the first time.

“Puppy Love”

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