Candi’s Dog is for life, not just for Christmas

The big day is almost upon us and some lucky people will wake up to find that Father Christmas has left a Candi’s Dog CD under the tree. Others will sit by a roaring fire and warmly reminisce of the happy times they spent listening to Candi’s Dog in 2014. Either way, we’d like to thank you for bringing Candi’s Dog into your home, but please be aware of the lifetime commitment you have made. With this in mind, we can offer a few tips as to how to care for Candi’s Dog in the years ahead.

Candi’s Dog use a range of methods to communicate
These include, live gigs, CDs, YouTube (coming soon!), radio, online streaming, the blog, facebook, twitter and urinating against trees. Be sure to check them all out to make sure you aren’t missing anything.

Encourage Candi’s Dog with regular praise
Every dog loves a pat on the back and a kind word. If you’ve appreciated our music, please tell us. Like us on facebook, comment on the blog or do whatever people do on twitter.

Dogs Die in Hot Cars?
Not Candi’s Dog. In fact, on a hot summer’s day (or even a cold one) please do leave your Candi’s Dog CD out in the full sun for passers-by and potential car thieves to see. If you feel like telling the world of your love for Candi’s Dog in less subtle ways, we would certainly encourage you to do that also.

Candi’s Dog are highly social animals
If you see us live, please come and have a chat. We can’t promise intelligent, meaningful or even coherent conversation, but we’ll certainly be warm and friendly.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us and helped to make 2014 a great year!
Merry Christmas!
Daniel, Matthew and Stephen

 

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