October 6, 2012
Filed Under Lake Tahoe Community
Nice face Jess. Makes me want to get outside and play, like a good dog.
Your dog could be the next cover girl (or boy) of the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe 2013 Calendar.
The theme of the calendar is “Rescued dogs of Truckee-Tahoe,” so get your dog out and snap some photos and send them to HSTT before October 15th.
Here’s the scoop:
If you have adopted or rescued a dog and would like to show off their happy smiling face, enter your best photos of them enjoying their new lifestyle in the Truckee-Tahoe area in HSTT’s 2013 Calendar Photo Contest.
Enter photos that capture the personality of your pet whether playful or pensive, goofy or grateful or sporty or spunky. Dig into your photo archives and send us photos of your older dog as a pup and please don’t forget a photo of a pet that is no longer with us. It would be a wonderful tribute to a beloved dog to be memorialized in a calendar.
You may submit up to five of your favorite dog photos for the entry fee of $10.00. You must also submit an Official Entry Form attached with your email submission to email@example.com. Your entry must include a short story (150 words max.) about your rescued pet(s) for us to include in the calendar if your photo is chosen. These stories will be considered when choosing the winning photos. All entries will be judged by members of the HSTT Board of Directors and staff. The winning photos will also be the highlight of the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe’s 2013 calendar and a set of high quality gift cards. Winners will be rewarded with lots of praise and will receive two free calendars and one set of gift cards!
The Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe is dedicated to saving and improving the lives of pets through adoptions, community spay/neuter services and humane education programs in the Truckee and North Tahoe area. To meet adoptable dogs, go to HSTT’s Adoption Day, every Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. at the Town of Truckee Animal Kennel, or call (530) 581-3199 to schedule an appointment. To learn more about HSTT, call (530) 587-5948 or visit www.hstt.org.