winners of the lost dog book contest

It is time to announce the winners of the Lost Dogs book contest (even though it was not supposed to end until January 23), there has been a lull in sending books activity so it seems an auspicious time to announce the winners and some good news for a change.

Thank you to the 200+ folks who participated in sending the Lost Dogs books to the White House.  You did good.


Katie Moyer
Visit Nature’s Logic and select the food, and flavor of the food, you’d like to receive for your dog. You may choose one of the following:
•    one 4.4-lb bag dry kibble or
•    one 3-lb bag raw frozen or
•    five 13.2-oz cans

Catherine Howe Bryant

Loving Pets will be sending you a doggie bowl and treats (Cici barks for these yummy in the tummy treats and I love the slobber-proof bowls)

Anna Bougas
Head on over to Earth Naturals:
and pick out your choice of a 7.25lb bucket of food

Honorable Mention

Dawn Stark Brunell will receive a leather dog collar of her choice over at

for her tile glass of the book…

Two More Honorable Mentions

Please contact me with your addresses, email info so you can collect your prizes (Treats from Clear Conscience).   Thanks!

Gina Spadafori

Jacki Richards

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One response to “winners of the lost dog book contest

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