Guard Dog Obtains $150,000 in Non-Toxic, Fixed Convertible Debt Financing; Extends Starsona LOI


Boulder City, NV-August 26, 2019 — – George Sharp, President of Guard Dog, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GRDO) announced today that the company has issued debentures to independent parties in the amount of $150,000, in exchange for cash.

Under the terms of the non-brokered, 12 month 15% notes, the financiers have the option to convert any part of the principal and interest @ $.0032 per share, on a post-split basis. The agreement also provides warrants, entitling the financier to purchase new shares from the company at $.0064/share on a post-split basis.

The company may issue an aggregate total of $400,000 of these notes, at its own discretion and need.

The funds will be used for administration and operation expenses of the company, including legal, accounting, regulatory and other required expenditures, as well as an initial payment towards the ultimate investment in Starsona, once the Definitive Agreement has been executed.

Starsona, Inc. and Guard Dog have agreed to extend the terms of the previously announced Letter of Intent, and specifically, the deadline for the execution of a Definitive Agreement to September 20, 2019.  Mr. Sharp stated, “The extension was necessary due to the summer vacation period during which it is difficult to assemble all the necessary parties in order to make the deal work.  It is also management’s desire to have the name change and pending reverse split be at or near completion at the time the Definitive Agreement is executed, so that financing timelines can be determined more accurately.”

About Guard Dog, Inc.

Guard Dog is an opportunity investor seeking to finance fresh ideas. The company is headed by George Sharp, a longtime whistleblower and advocate against microcap fraud.  In addition to consulting to public companies, attorneys and those associated with the financial markets, Mr. Sharp is a former consultant to OTC Markets Group, Inc.

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Guard Dog, Inc.

1022 Nevada Highway

Boulder City, NV 89005




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