About The Competition

We’re looking for 12 dazzling dogs to be the stars of our 2023 calendar.

12 winners will feature per month in our 2023 calendar, and they’ll also bag some fabulous prizes from our partner, Burns Pet Nutrition. One ulti-mutt winner will also be picked as our calendar cover star with some extra special goodies!

All proceeds of the sales of the calendars will go to DOTS, a charity dedicated to the welfare of dogs belonging to the UK’s homeless community. They provide mobile veterinary care, free essential items and services and even help to foster dogs on the streets.

Competition Details

The deadline for submitting your entry is 11:59 22nd November. Any entries submitted after this time will not be counted. After the 23rd of November, we will review all entries received to ensure they comply with these Terms and Conditions.

We will appoint a judging panel of independent people (including last year’s cover star winner) to select a winner for each month.  Those 12 winners will then go to a 48 hour public vote for the cover star. 

Each of our 12 winners will win a selection of healthy treats from our tail-wagging partners Burns Pet Nutrition. 

Two entries are permitted per person preferably to depict two different seasons.

Submit Your Entry

Could your dog be our Mr Mucky May? Or perhaps our Miss Fetching February. Upload your best pup pawtrait using the entry form below. Please see the full list of requirements below:

  • Landscape images only
  • Good quality images
  • Images of your dog exploring (not at home snoring)
  • No human faces
  • Full resolution image file required. If you are a lucky winner, we will ask for this. 

Closes 11:59 pm on 23rd. Nov, 2022. 

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Supporting Dogs On The Streets (DOTS)

Dogs On The Streets (DOTS), is a charity on a mission is to help people in the most vulnerable communities who have dogs. They operate in London with a mobile vet van, treating dogs on the streets with free veterinary care and essential items such as food, treats, leads etc.

They have a 4-acre sanctuary in Essex where they foster dogs from these communities until people have received the help they need to be able to take care of themselves and their dogs. Including helping the homeless source dog friendly accommodation, supporting those fleeing modern day slavery or domestic violence.

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