Created by Kids, But Just Right For All Ages.
Ohm dog’s mission is to share peace and spread happiness to everyone he meets. When Emily and Philip first designed the image of their dog Ohm, they wanted to share him with as many people as possible. They had visions of building a monument in his image and hopes of seeing Ohm in every Wal-Mart and Target store in America.
Realizing that a vision this big was not within their immediate reach never discouraged the two ten-year-old friends from trying to find a place to start. They wasted no time getting to work, after they received registered domain name and web design software as a gift. They designed their website and worked out a plan to offer several products to sell online.
In no time the website ohmdog.com was launched. Only six weeks after they published their site, they have sold merchandise to people in five different states and have added stories and photos submitted by Ohm fans to their website. Ohm’s peace and happiness campaign seems to be really catching on.
Philip and Emily believe spreading Ohm’s image to as many people as possible is a great way to spread peace and happiness, but they thought of another way too. While the creators are learning how to run a business, they are also collecting money to donate to children in need. Emily and Philip are happy to be kids helping kids, by giving ten percent of their profits to charity.
Since ohmdog.com's launch in February 2007, his friends list has grown to two hundred people. Sales have climbed to four thousand dollars allowing for over four hundred dollars raised for charity. Ohm Dog has reminded over ten thousand people to create peace and happiness using acts of kindness to over six thousand visitors to his website. Keep on Ohming On!