It's a Photo Contest!
We have been busy here at PuppiesUpNorth and are excited about all the beautiful puppies going to beautiful families! We have had so much fun playing with them, training them and using teachable moments whenever we catch them doing good thing (and sometimes naughty things).
We have so many families that want to see our puppies when they “grow up." They always want to know, “what do they look like, do you have any dogs that go to work, are they smart, are they fun?”
So I thought this amazing community of PuppiesUpNorth families could show off their puppies: in their cute professional poses, in the work place, in the park, sleeping, any picture that would show the character of our puppies for future clients.
So what's in it for you? How about some awesome prizes? Check out the rules first, then see what you could win.
Who: Open to all clients that have adopted a puppy from Puppies Up North
What: 3 different categories with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes
When: Due by July 31, 2019 at Noon
Where: Pictures can be taken indoors or outdoors, on a boat, in the office, etc.
Why: Because our clients (and Gramma) want to see pictures of the puppies/dogs!
How: All photos can be submitted via email to PuppiesUpNorth.firstname.lastname@example.org or text to 320-250-2464
Photos submitted by photographer must submit a note giving permission and full rights for reprinting (photos without this information attached will be automatically disqualified)
On each email or text include: Puppy Name, your name, mom or dad's name if you know it, and date of birth (photos without this information attached will be automatically disqualified)
Photos can be professionally done or candids from your own collection
Please do not include people in picture
You may submit up to 9 pictures
You can only win one prize
Would love to have a short write up about what your puppy/dog is up to, tricks they’ve learned, places they have been, people they have met and times they have helped people (one person wrote they lost a lot of weight because their puppy needed to walk everyday), stories about the versatility in which they live, play, work etc.