Enter Your Cat or Dog in the Page-A-Day®Online Contest
Are you entering your dog in any online or in-person contests this year? We’d love to hear your ideas, and even better, SEE the pictures.
Twelve-year old Sam is the perfect daughter (much to her parent’s delight, Mr. and Mrs. Brown), the perfect friend and the perfect student – because, according to her hero, Ideal Ida, life should not be lived any other way. (Perfect As Can Be). Only one thing threatens her perfectly organized world: her unruly family dog, Max. Sam’s friend Charlie is especially impressed with her ability to enhance everything she touches including his school projects. At school, Sam learns that Ideal Ida will be judging a dog contest in her town. But Sam doesn’t want to just win the contest, she wants to enter a dog so extraordinary, that Ideal Ida will not only notice her, but want to be her BFF. (When I Meet Ida.) When Sam gets home, she excitedly tells her parents about the contest. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are thrilled that Sam will finally be spending some quality time with Max. Sam is incredulous – she would never enter the impetuous Max in a competition. When her parents ask why, Sam proceeds to document all of Max’s flaws (Doggone Wrong.) Mr. and Mrs. Brown think Sam is overreacting. When they refuse to get Sam a new dog, she comes up with a perfect solution: with the help of neighborhood dog walker Alex, she will scour the town for the perfect dog and enter him or her in the contest.
To enter the Page-A-Day® Online Cat contest or the Page-A-Day® Online Dog contest you must first register for a Page-A-Day® account (or log in to your existing account) and enter your email, address, and phone.
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Cost: $15 adults; $10 kids ages 13 and under; $10 dog entry fee per category or enter the same dog in three categories for $25; free for dogs not entering the contest. Purchase tickets in advance online and receive a discount. Did you ever dream of having your dog win a prize in the local parade, online photo contest, or pet event? I’ve judged and entered dozens of dog Halloween costume contests, so I know there are throngs of dog lovers, myself included, who love dressing their canines in spooky, fun, and festive attire each Halloween season.Once again, we have partnered with Moira McLaughlin at to stage our 2nd annual Dog Art Wine Label Contest. Dog Art Today runs the dog art contest and online voting and Mutt Lynch will use the winning dog art submission on a limited release wine from our Sonoma County winery. We will unveil the winning artwork and new wine at our Dog Days of Summer Open House on August 14.3. You can win prizes! From pet keepsakes with your dog’s photo to cash and gift cards, plenty of online cutest dog contests allow you win big. Considering the costs of food, vet expenses, and other care for your dog, this can also be a great advantage in taking care of your pet.