SportDOG Announce Winners of Companions for Conservation Contest


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -( SportDOG Brand, the industry-leading manufacturer of electronic dog training products and accessories, has announced the winners of its fourth annual Companions for Conservation contest.

Earlier this year, SportDOG called for families with children between the ages of 10 and 18, who have an interest in hunting and conservation, to submit a dog training, youth-education project, hunting, or wildlife-habitat related photo via social media or online web form, after which, nine finalists were chosen to have their images voted on by the public.

In order to be eligible, the applicants must also be members of a conservation organization.

Below are the 2017 winners!

SportDog 2017 Companions for Conservation Winners
SportDog 2017 Companions for Conservation Winners

Grand Prize

Megan Halstead (13) from Idaho will receive “Marco,” a started black Labrador retriever, trained by SportDOG Senior ProStaff member Chris Akin, of Webb Footed Kennel, a two-day, all-expenses paid duck-hunting trip for two at Red Legs Lodge in Arkansas, and a SportDOG gear package.

With her photo submission, Megan said, “I would love to have another Labrador retriever because my last dog, Tank, who passed away just a few weeks ago, was my very best friend. Winning Marco would mean I'd have another loyal hunting partner to learn and grow with.” Megan and her dad Jeremy are members of Ducks Unlimited.

Second Prize
Gage Sefton (12) from Indiana will take home a prize package including a one-year membership to Ducks Unlimited and SportDOG gear.

Third Prize
Railey Williams (14) from Arkansas is the winner of a Delta Waterfowl prize package, including a one-year membership and SportDOG gear.


For more information about our conservation initiative, visit their website.


About SportDOG Brand:

SportDOG Brand is owned by Radio Systems Corporation, a manufacturer of electronic dog-training gear and accessories, based in Knoxville, Tennessee. SportDOG product lines include training e-collars, GPS tracking and training systems, bark control collars, containment systems, launchers, and other training aids.

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