Live/Silent Auction Results.

After much delay, I have compiled the Live and Silent Auction results for those that are interested. I’ve been in data collection mode since the event on October 1st. I’ve had some sit down meetings with various team members that were involved in helping with the competition and the final event. I’ve also been collecting data from individuals that participated by building dog houses or cat structures. One of the comments involved wishing to know the final results from the auction. Here they are and I apologize these weren’t announced sooner.

The next post will go into more detail on specific entries. I have stories and process photos for most of the entries and I would love to share those. I would also love to share more information from the judges on their final selections and their thoughts behind those choices (there have also been comments about not understanding the final outcomes there).

Lastly, if you have comments, suggestions, or thoughts you would like to share in response to the event or the competition I would LOVE to hear from you. Please send me a message and let’s chat! Also, did you buy one of the structures at the event? Would you like to share photos or stories about how your pet(s) are enjoying their new house?

Many thanks for everyone that attended, helped, and supported the event and competition. This wouldn’t have been possible without you, the community of Savannah, that can make wonderful things happen everyday. Who wants to do this again next year?

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One comment

  1. Brittney Taitt

    A German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Rottweiler and other large dogs should have large houses, while the Chihuahua and smaller breeds will need smaller houses. The door of the house does not need to be based on the height of the dog from the ground to the top of its head, or even taller, as it will lower its head to be able to enter the house. The width of the door should be just enough to accommodate the dog. These height and width measurements can be adjusted if there is a physical requirement to do so. The house should also be large enough for the dog to stand at full height inside, move around and lie down. Owners should remember that a larger-than-needed home will compromise the dog’s retention of body heat during the winter or colder months.

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