There are a lot of great pups left to award for the AgencySpy Dog of the Year Awards, all leading up to our AgencySpy Dog of the Year Grand Pup selection next week. In the meantime, enjoy round four of our winners.
Nakita at Melissa Jean Designs does it all. She’s a farm dog, running partner and babysitter while still finding ample time to be a couch potato and vacuum. We were really impressed by her ability to juggle all these roles, making her a deserving choice for the AgencySpy Dog of the Year Most Versatile Canine Award.
Most Versatile Canine:
@AgencySpy Nakita holds many titles at Melissa Jean Designs: farm dog, running partner, babysitter, couch potato, vacuum; all around best doggo wherever we are and whatever we do. #AgencySpyDOTY pic.twitter.com/S8nRsSw0dG
— Melissa Jean Designs (@MJeanDesigns) October 7, 2020
Orci’s Josie isn’t afraid to stand up to get what she wants. Also described as a people person, we were impressed by her sense of balance in the photo submitted (although we suspect there may have been some creative editing involved). For this reason, we’re awarding Josie the AgencySpy Dog of the Year Award for Best Balancing Act.
Best Balancing Act
2020 Is a Nightmare, So We’re Doing an AgencySpy Dog of the Year Contest https://t.co/mJYcF2UYp2 #AgencySpyDOTY Josie @OrciAdvertising certainly a people person and will stand up to get what she wants. 🙂 pic.twitter.com/HfqWreymD7
— Richard Stewart (@RichaStewart2) October 6, 2020
An agency named Husky Curlz was bound to have some representative pups to submit and Maverick makes for a welcome addition to the pack. He may be waiting for the first snowfall but we’re hoping his AgencySpy Dog of the Year Top Gun Award can help fuel his morning runs until then. It comes complete with a seal of approval from the Tom Cruise character in question.
Top Gun Award:
This is Maverick from Agency Husky Curlz. The bestest boy enjoys morning runs, doggy daycare and curling up for hours and hours of naps. And yes, he is anxiously awaiting the first snow fall. #AgencySpyDOTY pic.twitter.com/szIu0FrCj1
— Brooke Marie (@Brookie_zubs75) October 6, 2020
Canvas Worldwide’s Chief Dog Corey may be small but he has a commanding presence. One look at him and you know that this dog has a lot of spirit. We imagine in the times of open offices, Corey would function as a gentle but firm leader keeping everyone on task. He’s a clear winner for the AgencySpy Dog of the Year Tiny But Mighty Award.
Tiny But Mighty Award:
There is no way we could function without Corey, our Chief Dog! He is the heart and soul… and tail… of Canvas Worldwide! 🐕🐕🐕
— Canvas Worldwide (@CanvasWorldwide) October 7, 2020
Despite living in Seattle and having never been to Oregon, our next pup of honor is named Portland. DNA Seattle’s Portland is a very good dog and an inspirational one after surviving two tumors in the past year. Portland’s entry describes him as a gentle soul and one look at him seems to be all the evidence we need. He’s a worthy recipient of our prestigious AgencySpy Dog of the Year Gentle Soul Award. Go Timbers! Or Sounders!
Gentle Soul Award:
This is Portland. He’s 11 years old. He was born in Dallas and now lives in Seattle. Ironically, he’s never been to Oregon. He’s been a WFH dog for several years – currently as a @dnaseattle agency dog. He’s a gentle soul and survived two tumors in the last year. #AgencySpyDOTY pic.twitter.com/LhZkJZbPzd
— Darren Antoniello (@CinemaBrew) October 9, 2020
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