COMMUNICATINg can be complicated.

Let us help you say the right thing to the right people at the right time.




What We Do

Sandi and Ella: Bulldog Strategy Group || Crisis Management and Media RelationsWe specialize in crisis communication response and training, litigation communication and strategic planning,as well as a full range of communication, public relations, and marketing services.

This company was founded on principles inspired by our sweet rescue bulldog, Ella. Don’t worry, we’re not just crazy dog people; bulldogs are known for a lot of things, but above all they’re smart and tough. Add honesty, and we couldn’t think of any better business principles. Learn more about our company’s foundation

We could go on about processes, or industry experience, or throw out some buzzwords, but it’s easy to put words down on a page.



First things first – let’s talk about who matters most to you and what you want them to do. We can recommend a customized solution for just about any scenario, and if we can’t, we’ll tell you that too.

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Litigation Communication

When a client engages in litigation, public relations is a critical, but often overlooked component to success. Learn more about our resource.

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No one is immune from a crisis, and clients who are well prepared for a crisis have a better chance of weathering the situation. Learn more about how we can help.

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Strategic Planning & Execution

Strategic planning is the foundation to any good marketing, public relations or public affairs effort. Learn more about our planning process.

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Public Relations & Marketing

To us, being busy doesn’t always mean being effective, so we focus on measurable results. Learn more about what we can do for you.

News & Updates

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One Last Thing…

Our team is pretty passionate about supporting local rescue groups. If you’re looking for a new member of your family, check out your local Humane Society or animal shelter.