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BestBullySticks Canine To Five Photo Contest Winners!

Announcing the Canine to Five photo contest winners!

Grand Prize
Boots & Emilee Terry! 
Winner of Free Bully Sticks for a Year!

I am an EA for a movie and tv distribution company. My hound-mix Boots got to join me at the office one afternoon, and boy did he make an impression! He tried to crawl into the COO’s lap, demanded belly rubs from the Digital Distribution Manager, danced with the Director of Production, and finally stole our Social Media Coordinator’s chair – she didn’t mind though, he helped send out a few tweets. Such a diligent worker!

 

 

 

Home Hounds
Angus & Kim Gongre!
Winner of a $50 Gift Certificate!

This is my co-producer, Angus hanging out on the couch looking handsome while I do all the work in online media publishing : )

 

 

 

 

 

Creative Canines
Leia & Cindy Byas!
Winner of a $50 Gift Certificate!

I do all the planting/landscaping at Round Knob Lodge in Old Fort, NC. My doberman Leia works with me! She pulls sticks and other items out of the ponds. She keeps the geese away too! Here though, she is enjoying a Best Bully Sticks Cow Ear! My husband is the lodge manager.

 

 

 

Office Pups
Rae & Cajun & Louis Moeckler!
Winner of a $50 Gift Certificate!

I am the IT Manager for a school and responsible for everything from our internet service to our printers. As you can imagine, a high stress job. Thankfully, I may bring my two Vizslas (Rae & Cajun) to the office whenever I want. In addition to being great stress relievers for me and many of our faculty members, they are a huge hit with the kids!

 

Congratulations to all of our winners! Thank you to all who entered! We LOVED seeing your dedicated work partners! And thank you to all who came out and voted! A fun, new and exciting contest is headed your way soon so stay tuned!

BBS Rescue Spotlight: K9 Rescue of VA

BestBullySticks recently had the good fortune to speak with a local Animal Rescue and their efforts right in our own backyard of Richmond, VA. Linda Tew started K9 Rescue of VA in 2010 and she walked us through the great journey this small rescue has made just in the past three years. Keep reading about the hardworking volunteers and rescuers of K9 Rescue of VA in the Rescue Spotlight below!

When & Why did you start? 

In late June of 2010 I read that Chesterfield County was raising their dog limit from 2 to 3 and about that same time I started seeing rescue dogs on my Facebook page.  One dog in particular melted both my and my husband’s hearts. He was a 5 month old white shepherd/lab mix.  We fell in love and contacted folks to see what we needed to do to adopt him.  (the woman who helped us with the process is now vice president of our rescue group)  Two weeks later he was in our home.  His name is Liberty.  Going through his adoption process was an awakening for us to the plight of homeless and surrendered dogs, especially in the south.  I started sharing pictures and networking (crossposting) and it just wasn’t enough.  I felt I had to do more than just share their photos.  I had to get into the trenches to make a real difference.  So I started making contacts and getting dogs pulled from shelters and brought up to VA, moved into foster homes, vetted, and adopted into loving homes.  My first rescue dogs were adopted to neighbors and I branched out from there.  We rescue from GA, Tenn, SC, NC, WVA, and of course our own back yard in VA.  We work with several local shelters and save as many dogs as we can wherever we can find a foster home. read more…

BBS Celebrates: Dog House Repairs Month

July is Dog House Repairs Month! Now that summer is in full swing, it’s the perfect time to inspect your dog’s outdoor accommodations. BestBullySticks recognizes the importance of this holiday and suggests all owners take time to ensure their dog has everything they need this season. The hot and humid months of summer are enough of a struggle for people — dogs who have to hang around outside all day have it even harder. However, with proper living arrangements any dog can find relief from the elements.  

Outdoor Dog Needs

If you don’t already have a dog house, July could be the perfect time to invest in one. Summer heat can be a real drain. Having a place to hang out in the shade is absolutely necessary for dogs to keep cool. There are many dog houses available for sale through pet and department stores, however BestBullySticks suggests taking the time to build one yourself if possible.

Building a custom house for your dog might sound like a bit of an undertaking, but it’s well worth the effort! Not only will your dog be happy to have their personal place to call home, you’ll be able to give the house personal touches designed to better meet the needs of both your dog and your backyard. It can also be more affordable to build one yourself. A well-built dog house will also give you huge bragging rights! read more…

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