French Bulldog Jamboree Donors & Sponsors
I have a ton to write about the Jamboree, but first and foremost I need to thank all of our wonderful sponsors and donors. With their help, our silent auction and raffle raised almost $600 for the new ECFBC rescue fund, which is an outstanding acheivment for a first time event.
All of our success was thanks to you – we thank you, the dogs thank you, and our thrilled winners really thank you.
Please take a moment to check out the great companies and individuals who made our day a success, and if you patronize them, make sure to tell them we say a rousing “thank you!”.
Essex Cottage Farms and Urban Wolf
A HUGE thanks for supplying ALL of the first place prizes!
Pets4Life Home Made Raw
Another HUGE thanks for supplying all of the gift bags, as well as the much appreciated CoolLicks!
If I miss anyone, please please PLEASE email me! There we so many of you, and you were all amazingly generous.
Sheila Trecartin, Animal Communicator
In Dogue, Owen Sound (Monika, you rock!)
Sew Crazy Dog Lady (we love you, Jen – but you’d better be here in person next year!!)
GollyGear and Hope Saidel (kisses for you and for Dax)
Tailblazer, Owen Sound (the most incredible costumes and pet beds and… well, everything!)
Cathy and her world famous (former) pet grooming salon
Jennifer Price and the Fabulously Manly Uni Balled Rumble-icious
Colin and Family
Lisa R and Mary Ellen – for everything and for being there!
Ruth Ann (and her tent!!) and Puppy Dog Tails
Spoil Me Pets, Mount Forest
Pet Valu, Hanover
Terry and Susan Snider and Family – and SOLO!
The Poppy Tree (you made my daughter very, very happy when she won a set of your prints!)
Wag N’ Train, Kitchener
Carla’s Creatures (the best custom portaits ever!)
Paula’s Papillons (Oh. My. God. How awesome are these felted French Bulldogs? Bidding wars ahoy!)
Kay Reil and Citizen K9 (Great gift bag, and our most fearsome bidder!)
Frum’s Glass Menagerie (such gorgeous, gorgeous pieces!)
Hey Carol — just want to add a big shout-out for YOU for putting this all together! Maryellen and myself (and Rosie, Django and especially Halley the Comet) were thrilled to be there and be part of the fun.
As for sponsors: Tell Essex Cottage Farms that I was lucky enough to win their Dutch Apple Muffin mix as a prize for the person-who-came-the-furthest. I promptly baked it up once back in Edmonton–and it was devoured by my three Frenchies and one bulldog. It smelled so good while baking that I wanted to eat it myself! Think meatloaf-muffins: my gang LOVED it!