Guard Dog Brand Development Wins Top Honors in 2013 Marcom International Awards Competition

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NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Guard Dog Brand Development (www.GuardDogBD.com) has won the Platinum, Gold, and Honorable Mention awards in the 2013 MarCom International Awards competition for the corporate identity development of VHA Inc.

MarCom Awards is an creative competition that recognizes outstanding achievement by

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Comments

    • David Andino
    • November 13, 2013

    Only 2 things are needed to raise a “perfect” dog. 1)Love 2) Training.

    • iuel32
    • November 13, 2013

    “How to make the easiest money and look like total douchebag!”

    • Jemma N' Daisy
    • November 13, 2013

    This is bullcrap

    • Hux ing
    • November 13, 2013

    7:03 i would name it santa!

    • Arne Norang
    • November 13, 2013

    How to raise the perfect dog= You need to be DOOOMINANT.

    • sally xiong
    • November 13, 2013

    Mr.president ♥

    • iMosh
    • November 13, 2013

    45 minutes of how to make other minds to do what you want to .. not what
    the dog wants or needs to do to become a dog .. just a pet of white upper
    middleclass .. or a toy of their children .. whatever you do .. treat them
    good, they deserve it!

    • hamster girl
    • November 13, 2013

    no to be mean but i wouldnt want anyone tell me how to raise my dogs or dog
    but its very nice of u to go to their houses to train them

    • A. Yayefall
    • November 12, 2013

    this is amazing

    • tarajenkinson
    • November 12, 2013

    I strongly disagree with your statement. I have had 6 shelter dogs in my
    life including the 2 I have now who have not costed any more in medical
    bills than a pure bred dog. Adopting a dog from a shelter is more effective
    at reducing the number of homeless dogs than giving incentive to people who
    make money out of breeding more (reputable breeders or not). There is no
    point giving up on a worthy cause because it cannot be solved completely,
    even a slight improvement is a positive outcome.

    • kagnomi
    • November 12, 2013

    Really? Purebred dogs usually have a lot more health problems due to lack
    of diversity. I have a mutt and she’s lived a lot longer than most
    purebreds AND had no health issues crop up. I think adopting is the answer
    to homeless dogs – that and neuter/spay.

    • Harvey Salvador
    • November 12, 2013

    So cute dog with a cool name… Mr. President! 🙂 hahaha love this show! 🙂

    • Jess Queen
    • November 12, 2013

    43:36 MINUTES GO HOME. MR. PRESIDENT YOURE DRUNK

    • EpicDisclosure
    • November 12, 2013

    RIP Daddy. <3

    • BTNHAdrien
    • November 12, 2013

    How to Raise the Perfect Dog, first thing i hear DO NOT ATTEMPT

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