Lebanon, PA 17046

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A Bit About Us

Kevin and Taylor Hoover created K and T Creations LLC in April 2016. Our mission is to provide a safe, fun product for use by our equestrian friends, as well as our fellow livestock, dog, and cat owners!

Partial proceeds from the sale of our products go towards daily care of our rescues. Through our sales, we are able to provide the best care and training possible to our animals.

We are on Instagram as @k_and_t_creations. Please visit us to see daily updates of our products and customer satisfaction!

You can visit our rescue page on Instagram at @blaze_and_holly.

All our products are designed and used by us - people who actually ride and care for horses, donkeys, dogs and cats! If you have a suggestion for a color or item you would like to see - please don't hesitate to contact us!

Thank you for your support!

At K and T Creations LLC, it’s our goal to bring you the largest selection of top quality products on the market. We’re always here to help our customers, providing a wealth of knowledge about our items and expediting the online shopping process. We want each shopper to have a unique, one-of-a-kind experience with our innovative Online Store.

Send us a Note

Don’t hesitate to contact us with any comments, questions, or special requests regarding our Online Store and inventory. We’re happy to help in every way we can.

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