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Dog Days of Summer 2019

 

Posted on Wed, 07/17/2019 - 06:13

The Dog Days of Summer 2019 contest has officially kicked off at Designing Digitally, so it’s time to vote for your favorite office pooch! As a reminder, Edgar took the title as the Alpha Dog last year, but there are many new contestants in the running trying to claim the name this time around. Before we introduce them, here’s a quick rundown of how Dog Days of Summer works:

  1. Cast your vote to let us know who think deserves to be named the 2019 Alpha Dog at Designing Digitally. For a photo and brief introduction of each dog, be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn. (Voting is open until August, 20th. Only one vote per person.)
  2. Each dog has a charity associated with them that is listed next to their name. The winning dog’s charity will receive a donation from our team after results have been gathered. (This is new from last year and we are so excited to help out for a good cause!)
  3. That’s it! With the click of a button, you’ve helped make a difference. Vote for your favorite dog here.
Dog Days of Summer

Now, let's learn about the fur babies barking for your vote and the foundations they are representing!

  1. Bo - Wags 4 Warriors.
  2. Charlie - 4 Paws for Ability.
  3. Charlie B. - Ohio Fuzzy Pawz Shih Tzu Rescue
  4. Edgar - The Ohio Pug Rescue
  5. Kitsu - Pittie Committee Columbus Rescue
  6. Louie - I Have a Dream Rescue
  7. Milan - The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation
  8. Riley - Ellie’s Rainy Day Fund 
  9. Tuukka - The Humane Society of Greater Dayton
  10. Twiggy - WagsInn Lodging & Canine Charities Rescue
  11. Tyson - American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

The 2019 Dog Days of Summer winner will be announced first to our DDINC Digest subscribers, and then on our social media pages as well. Feel free to spread the word and be sure to be on the lookout to see who takes the title of Alpha dog! Cast your vote today!

By Designing Digitally, Inc.
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