Good Hound Company® was founded in 2017 by Brit Matyas while she was living with her dog, Milo, in their quaint, one-bedroom apartment above a pub in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

For all that our dogs give to us, we want to give something back. That's why we're taking action.


Good Hound Company contributes directly to supporting local dog rescue and protection organizations through advocacy efforts and by providing them with vital funding for the ongoing care of animals in need. Whether it's donating a box of toys to an animal shelter for enrichment and comfort, featuring adoptable dogs on social or organizing a food drive to help provide our community members with nutrition for their pets, it's up to us. 


We're driven by community and often team up with small businesses we love and other like-minded makers to get the job done. It is our goal to invest back into the community that has given us so much support. Our small batch dog goods, from the signature in-house line to the curated selection from independent makers, are sustainably handmade with purpose and intention. 


As a socially conscious decision to be more eco-friendly, many of our goods are curated from thrifted, vintage or upcycled material. Our packaging is made of recyclable material, our woven labels are made with a minimum of 50% recycled yarn and even our business cards are made from recycled t-shirt fabric.


We take pride in our quality material, in our timeless patterns and in the hard work that goes into picking out what we think you and your dog will enjoy today, tomorrow and in the years to come.


Good Hound Company's signature piece, the Milo Bandana, was inspired by Brit's dog, Milo, who has been wearing bandanas since he was a puppy. Milo is the face of Good Hound Company and is also committed to improving the lives of those in need. Learn more about Milo's experience as a registered therapy dog in schools and memory loss facilities, here.


Animals need us and we need them; so together, let's do good.

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"When I was eight years old, I spent all summer painting pet rocks to sell at my sister's lemonade stands. Everything I earned from those sales, I would donate to our local animal shelter. Then, after I graduated college, I was lucky enough to work at that same shelter for many years. To this day, I can't stop creating and I can't help but continue to give back to the dogs and organizations that have meant so much to me for so long." - Brit Matyas, Founder