Ten finalists have been selected from dozens of photos sent in by We Energies customers. Now you can vote for your “top dog” through July 25.
|Tyson is a 4-year-old Westie Highland terrier from Franklin. His owners say it’s hard to get mad at such a sweet face, even if he’s digging where he shouldn’t.|
|Sully is a Great Pyrenees from Campbellsport. His owner says digging is his passion.|
|Kaiser is from St. Francis. His owner calls him pure perfection.|
|Theo, a 2-year-old German shorthaired pointer from Wauwatosa, loves anything and everything outdoors.|
|Holly, a 13-year-old greyhound from Waukesha, loves digging so much, her owners gave her a designated digging spot.|
|Zeus, a 1-year-old boxer from Sussex, enjoys running laps around the yard and digging.|
|Simba is 2 years old and lives in Kenosha. His owner says he is very proud of the holes he digs and a great help in the garden.|
|Chubbs, a 5-month-old pug from Milwaukee, loves getting into trouble and is always on the move.|
|Bea is a 3-year-old beagle from Hartford. Her owners say she loves to dig.|
|Gunnar, from Grand Chute, is happiest spending time with his family and loves camping.|
The winning dog will be featured in a safe digging billboard blitz Sunday, Aug. 11 – 811 Day. His or her owners will also receive tickets to the Wisconsin State Fair where they can see their dog’s face on display at Energy Park, a special section of State Fair where you can learn more about We Energies and enjoy some free family fun.
Whether you’re planting a tree or installing a fence post, you could be putting yourself in danger if you strike an underground natural gas line or electrical cable. Call 811 at least three days before you dig to have the location of buried utility lines marked – and to keep you and your family safe.