January 2014

photo-2FPWt6G5bjRwiEcvOaAJ1P-Hobie-KuranHobie-Wan Kenobi How is 3.5 months old and his Kuranda was purchased before he arrived. He has loved it since the day we brought him home!

As the winner with 3755 votes, 5 beds will be donated to Warrior Canine Connection, Brookeville, MD on behalf of the winner.

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Cascades Humane Society MI dogs and cats getting Kuranda beds for Christmas

Yesterday we posted a link to our wish list on the Kuranda Dog Beds website. In less than 24 hours, 10 dog beds and 4 cat beds have been purchased! AMAZING! 12/12/13.

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Friday's Rescue Foundation reaches goal of 46 beds!

Dogs at Friday's Rescue Foundation will sleep comfortably with an outpouring of bed donations requested this week on thier Facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/FridaysRescueFoundation?hc_location=stream

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Dogs at Orphans of the Storm No Kill Animal Shelter comfortable for Christmas

Orphans of the Storm (No Kill Animal Shelter) WOW...what a response. You all are AWESOME! As of now, 7 large beds have been donated...no more large needed at this time. 4 medium have been donated.....14 more mediums and ALL of our dogs will have a new bed for Christmas!!! Wish list has been revised and in addition to the medium beds, we are in need of a cat tower, fleece pads for cats and some replacement bed covers. THANK YOU ALL SO VERY, VERY MUCH!

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Fairfax County Animal Shelter receives 35 bed donations in 24 hours!

We are celebrating today! Our Facebook followers donated 35 Kuranda beds to the shelter in the past 24 hours! Thank you for providing a soft place to lay for a homeless pet. Today is Giving Tuesday, and we're hoping to reach our goal of 60 beds. We only have 25 more to go - we're almost there!

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Big Fluffy Dog Rescued gives 40 beds to TN shelters!

In less than 48  hours supporters of Big Fluffy Dog Rescue in TN donated beds for two local shelters and lots of other needed supplies.  GREAT JOB GUYS! 12/14/13

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SAFE Sanctuary MN enjoys 17 new beds

Safe Sanctuary WE DID IT!!! AL THE IMPOUNDS WILL HAVE KURANDAS!!!! YEA!!!! AS SOON AS THEY ARRIVE I HAVE NOMINATED MY SON TO PUT THEM ALL TOGETHER AND WE WILL BE DELIVERING THEM TO FARIBAULT, OWATONNA AND KENYON IMPOUNDS!!!! NO MORE DOGS ON THE FLOOR!!  12/5/13 https://www.facebook.com/Safe111

 

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19 dogs at Sean Casey Animal Rescue have new Kuranda beds

Thanks to NY pet lovers, 19 dogs at Sean Casey Animal Rescue have new Kuranda beds this winter.....hurray!

https://www.facebook.com/SeanCaseyAnimalRescue

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Black Canyon Animal Sanctuary surpasses goal for beds

In just 2 days, donations of 18 dogs beds surpassed the Black Canyon Animal Sanctuary's goal of 15 beds -- nice job!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Black-Canyon-Animal-Sanctuary/261213013277

 

 

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Louisa Shelter reaches goal for Kuranda beds for small dogs and and cats!

In just TWO DAYS, supporters of Louisa Shelter in Louisa, Virginia donated 24 dog beds for all the small dogs/puppies and 10 cat beds for all of their cats thru their Facebook campaign!

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December 2013

1014280_10151654938798077_1373549540_n.jEagle Eye Lestat, our 7-year old GSD enjoying his first Kuranda bed. He LOVES it. :)

As the winner with 1357 votes, 5 beds will be donated to MSPCA of Nevins Farm, Methuen, MA on behalf of the winner.

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The Great Dane Lady

Recently we lost a great friend to the dog community. Linda Arndt was the first person I interviewed for the blog articles and was very patient and helpful. We never got around to publishing this article, so in respect to Linda, we would like for everyone to know how amazing Linda truly was. 5 Kuranda beds will be donated to Linda’s favorite shelter.

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November 2013

photo-2Fqtaw3kkSluXZh5Zn2IfI-rosco-and-bRosco & Bruno These guys love hanging out in their new bed and I love how they aren't able to destroy it!

As the winner with 4340 votes, 5 beds will be donated to Litters and Critters, Halifax, Nova Scotia on behalf of the winner.

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Sharon Harrell of the New River Rapids Flyball Club

Sharon Harrell is captain of the New River Rapids Flyball Club, based in Blacksburg, Virginia. New River Rapids has about 30 team dogs, in all stages of training for flyball. Each year the team competes in a dozen or so tournaments, mostly on the east coast. In 2012 they were the Division 4 Champions in the Can-Am Classic , the world’s largest flyball tournament, bringing teams from all over the US and Canada.

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October 2013

fergie_alfie_yawning.jpgA pittie and his kitty Alfie, the pit bull, loves nap time and soaking up the sun on his kuranda bed with his best friend Fergie. Fergie is a foster kitten. Alfie keeps Fergie happy, healthy & dog friendly :)

As the winner with 2412 votes, 5 beds will be donated to Delaware SPCA, New Castle County Shelter. www.delspca.org on behalf of the winner.

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September 2013

232323232fp8_nu3235_687_36__wsnrcg35_497Sharing the throne! These two golden retrievers don't fight over who get the bed, they share it.

As the winner with 1991 votes, 5 beds will be donated to Kansas Specialty Dog Services, Washington, KS on behalf of the winner.

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August 2013

best-friends-dom-9.jpgBest Friends Our beautiful Husky Dango attracts attention wherever he goes and nothing is sweeter than Mya the mini Manx. They both love the Kuranda bed as you can see... And hurray because I finally found a bed that Dango can't chew up!

As the winner, 5 beds will be donated to Maple Ridge SPCA Maple Ridge, BC on behalf of the winner.

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Rachel Thorton on Diabetic Alert Dogs

Rachel Thornton is a loving Mother who has a daughter that was diagnosed with type one diabetes about 7 years ago. Friends, family, and community raised the large amount of money necessary for a diabetic alert dog for her daughter, but, regretfully, all was lost, due to an unscrupulous company that sells dogs that could not be trained for service. Consequently, she and her daughter began teaching themselves - through intense research and through the valuable assistance of many others - to train a diabetic alert dog themselves. The success of that dog led them to share information and help others via their website http://www.diabeticalertdog.com.

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July 2013

kuranda_6storm.jpgStorm and King! My wife and I rescued Storm and King on November 12th, 2012. They're 4.5 year old sibling Great Danes who absolutely love their Kuranda beds! In this case they both decided it was time for a little brother/sister grooming!

As the winner, 5 beds will be donated to Great Dane Rescue of New England in Adams, MA on behalf of the winner.

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Leader of the Pack K9 Institute in Allentown, PA

Lisa McDonald, owner of Leader of the Pack Canine Institute, started her third year in business this January and says she will never go back to corporate America. Lisa spent twenty years as an assistant comptroller for a local business, but decided one day that pets were her passion, so she ventured off to become a very successful entrepreneur. Lisa started off by training under a local dog trainer, and then got her national certification for dog training. It started with just training, then quickly expanded to a kennel, day care, then grooming. Now she offers an all-in-one K9 facility, which is what she explains as part of the reason she has been so successful. An all-in-one K9 facility is just what her customers want, as they can bring their dog(s) to Leader of the Pack Canine Institute for a day, or overnight and get everything they want all in one place.  Another large factor in her success has a lot to do with her staff; Lisa is proud of her staff and says that they make the business with their customer service. Lisa says that 75% of her business comes from word of mouth and referrals, due to her staff’s loyalty and devotion to dogs.

 

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