Friday, February 19, 2016

It's Not All About Us. It's About You And You And You.

If you haven't already noticed, we're featuring a lot more pups on our Bodacious Biscuit Love Facebook page and we're changing our profile picture every few days. We're posting photos that our Bodacious Community share with us, shelter pups who are looking for their fur-ever home and other miscellaneous photos that grab our attention.

A few people have asked if we're still baking and spreading the biscuit love. The answer is YES! Our decision to open our Bodacious Biscuit Love Facebook page for more photos and featuring shelter pups up for adoption has nothing to do with shifting gears or slowing down on the biscuit love.

Towards the middle of last year, I noticed our Facebook page was getting a bit redundant. There was photo after photo of bagged biscuits, trays of biscuits, boxes of biscuits, etc. If we launched a fundraiser, we'd post about that too or a Bodacious contest. On occasion, we'd post a photo of the pups enjoying our biscuits. Our profile picture had remained the same for many months.

About a year to be exact.

We wanted our Facebook page to be more focused on our Bodacious Community and our local animal shelters. There are incredible "hoomans" doing awesome stuff out there for the animals in need and so many pups looking for their fur-ever home. In addition, our Bodacious Community, who we are exceptionally grateful for, was expanding.

Bottom line, it's not all about us, our mission and what we do every week. It's about you and you and you. It's about our amazing local animal control officers. The sweet pups waiting to be adopted. It's about the "hoomans" who dedicate their lives to helping the animals in need. Our reach is wide. Our Bodacious Community has grown over the past 2 1/2 years.

We also want to feature local businesses we know and trust. And, the talented local artisans who create pet themed items. Whether it's Pet Pillows or handcrafted dog treat jars, these items are ones we choose over the store-bought stuff. We know how important word of mouth is and we want to give these talented "hoomans" some exposure.

With all of that being said, we welcome any and all. Send us photos of your pup so we can feature them. Know of a local shelter pup who needs a fur-ever home, send us the information. Do you make homemade dog treats? Want to give your local animal control officer a shout out? Let us know! Send us a message on our Facebook page or email us at

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