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The Dingy Project

Horacio Nieto launched a small company that helps rescue cats and dogs find medical assistance, food, and forever homes in honor of his miniature pinscher, Rex Reymundo Nieto. 

“He left us tragically and we wanted to create something that would give our four-legged friends a voice when they were not able to have one,” he  says.

Horacio Nieto, founder of The Dingy Project

The Dingy Project offers fashion accessories and home goods with part of the proceeds going to local animal shelters. These items include lapel pins, animal pockets, key chains, leather goods, and candles.

“We wanted to create something that would give back to the animals that bring so much love to families and individuals,” Nieto adds.

All of the products sold through The Dingy Project are designs in Columbus and animal-themed, with new items coming out soon. 

Readers can learn more about the Dingy Project at and follow the products on Instagram.

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