BrindleBerry Acres, in partnership with Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary, is happy to announce its fundraising dog calendar for 2022. Proceeds from the sale of the calendar and photo contest will assist Yamnuska with their "From Alone to Home Wolfdog Rescue Campaign".
We encourage you to submit your favourite photo of your dog and ask your family and friends to vote for them. Please review the Contest Rules
carefully for submission guidelines; those that do not follow these rules will not be eligible to win. Fees for photo entries and votes will help Yamnuska continue their eﬀorts with rehabilitation and rehoming of displaced wolfdogs.
- The winners of the photo contest will be determined by the top 13 entrants that get the most votes.
- The top winner will win the coveted cover photo for the 2022 calendar! 2nd - 13th place winners will have their dog featured as a dog of the month.
- The top winner will receive a prize package provided by Dogma Training consisting of: (1) Smart Dog Membership (value $385), (3) one-on-one virtual sessions (value $255), PLUS a Dogma Training Welcome Box (value $50-75)!!
- The top 13 vote getters will have their dog professionally photographed by BrindleBerry Acres for the 2022 calendar.
Reserve a Special Spot In The Calendar For Your Pet:
Reserve Your Grid SpaceHere →
- Honour your pet or celebrate a gotcha-day or birthday by reserving an empty grid space (before or after the numbered squares) for their photo.
- Choose a favourite photo, a month, and pay.
- Each month has a limited number of squares in each grid and will be ﬁlled on a ﬁrst come, ﬁrst served basis; don't delay!
- Each grid space is just $20.
Want to Pre-order Your Calendar(s)?Please consider pre-ordering a calendar.
This will help us purchase the right amount of calendars so we don't waste valuable funds on extra stock. IMPORTANT: Pre-Ordering on this platform is limited to pick-up and shipping within CANADA ONLY as it only allows for one shipping rate. Pre-ordering will be available on the BrindleBerry Acres website to USA and International customers after the contest is over. Calendar Pre-order →
As the popularity of wolfdogs as pets became more popular in Canada, Georgina De Caigny and Andi Scheibenstock identified a need for a knowledgeable and experienced rescue organization that would make the rehabilitation and rehoming of displaced wolfdogs a priority. It was in June of 2011 that Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary opened its doors as not only one of the largest sanctuaries within Canada, but one of the only sanctuaries to balance educational programs with a highly successful adoption program too.