The mark consists of two words "curly" and "dog" organized in a horizontal fashion. The words are written in the font or script known as "satisfaction" which has large, open, rounded letters. The "c" of the first word [curly] is capitalized and the remaining letters of the first word "urly" all are in lower-case letters. The "d" of the second word [dog] is capitalized and the remaining letters of the second word "og" all are in lower-case letters. Both words are located on the same plane such that the bottom location of all the letters in both words fall upon the same x-axis. The "d" of the second word [dog] is an open letter style such that the left hand bar or line of the "d", along the y-axis, does not close the letter "d" and does not touch any part of the semi-circular second stroke of the "D". The "g" of the word "dog" as it appears in "satisfaction" font appears as follows: the lower stem of the "g" proceeds down straight along the y-axis, arcs to the left at a 130-degree or 135-degree angle until the distance from the y-axis is equal to the left edge of the upper loop on the "g" then the line angles back to the right to cross over the y-axis at an approximately 10-degree upward angle.