Adult content.? Pup Kona is a French Bulldog and leather pup currently residing in WA State. A two-time Pantheon of Leather award recipient, he served as International Pup and Trainer Contest (IPTC) International Puppy 2015 and NW Puppy 2015 titleholder. He is the International Pup and Handler (IPAH) Contest Producer, the International Pup and Handler Weekend (IPAHW) co-founder & co-producer,? and the co-owner and co-founder of Scrap Yard Leather, making custom pet hoods, apparel, and other products.
Pup Kona is also the founder of Pups and Handlers (PAHs) without Borders, an organization which focuses on promoting mentorship, support, and conversations between pups and Handlers all around the world.
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