“Just a few weeks ago we launched our competition to find the trendiest pet in honour of National Pet Week, and it went global!
It was hard choosing a winner, but after much deliberation we crowned Koko as Trendlies’s “Trendiest Pet!”
KoKo lives in Subiaco In Western Australia
Not only does Koko look good, he also likes to help other dogs in need – he wore this outfit when he was delivering dog food, beds and water to dogs who were sadly made homeless by a bushfire in his native Perth.
Trendlistr founder Louisa Rogers said ‘We were so impressed with all the entries received for the competition. It was so hard to pick a winner, but in the end, it had to be KoKo, because his story is a true testament to the age-old saying that “a dog is a man’s best friend.'”
KoKo will receive a personalised goody bag as a reward for his bravery and style, while his owner, Helen, will be rewarded with a cash prize as a thank you for sharing her adorable picture with us.”
Wow, What a bark! I’m thrilled to be an International star.
Of course, Mum Helen is not happy because she thought my head was swollen enough already!
I pestered my Mum Helen to make some “Dog parking Signs” as I was fed up with being tied to a rubbish bin in the stinking heat or pouring rain.
Being anchored under a table was ok but tying me to a chair was not sensible (see my blog on “The Traumatic Chair Chase” https://kokosdogblogdotcom1.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=8932&action=edit). I love her creativity and cleverness in making these signs. Please let me know what you think. Melograno Cafe has purchased one ($35). Lots of dogs have used my sign when they wait near at Andre’s Yogurt Shop.
I love Helen’s creativity and cleverness in making these signs. Please let me know what you think. Melograno Cafe has purchased one ($35). Lots of dogs have used my sign when they wait near at Andre’s Yogurt Shop.
I’d love to have one at the library (where we have to mix with the bicycles) and one near Simon Johnson’s store as there is nowhere to be anchored nearby.
Please let me know what you think and if you know a spot in Subiaco that needs one.
My mum Helen will be in the Yarloop/Harvey area on
Friday afternoon the 21st July,
Saturday 22nd July
to take free photos of your pets and animals and to listen to your stories.
All residents whose animals were evacuated, lost, found, injured or passed away are welcome to contribute to this project.
Kids are also welcome as, with your help, I hope to have some fun twists to the blogs.
I’ll also be at the Bowling club event on the Saturday night so please introduce yourself. Please like or comment on this post or email email@example.com to express your interest. Information forms are at the Community Centre and I will post some to your One stop shop. Regards