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In 1999 the company began licensing its name and imaging to products other than clothing. Big Dog formed partnerships with other companies to use its name and logos on plush backpacks, hot sauces, and toys. Under the terms of its licensing agreements, Big Dog marketed the products along with the other company in the agreement. The products were sold in Big Dog stores. Some of the companies with which Big Dog entered into licensing agreements were Nabisco, Kellogg's, Hill's, Science Diet, MGM/VA, Coca-Cola, Andersen Consulting, Dollywood, Busch Gardens, Yamaha Motor Corporation, Toyota, and AT&T. Big Dog believed that licensing agreements were an economical, safe way to expand its business. According to Feshbach, they allowed the company to "leverage its brand further without adding significantly to its expenses."

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