Puppy on a Mission
Help us name a future service dog!
Naylor has a soft spot when it comes to dogs, and through our support of America's VetDogs we're ecstatic to be sponsoring a future service dog for a United States veteran! America's VetDogs trains and places service dogs with vets with a variety of disabilities, and we're proud to help by sponsoring a future puppy on a mission to serve. Here's how our naming contest works:
- Submit a name before Dec. 31. Anyone can suggest a name, and there's no limit to how many names you submit!
- We'll pick the top 5 names out of all suggestions and send an email to everyone who offered a name with an invitation to vote for the final puppy name in early 2020.
- The winning name will be announce and given to a future VetDog!
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