Enter your pup into St Clare’s Cutest Canine competition this January
Charity / Sat 4th Jan 2020 am31 11:33am
IS your pooch positively perfect? Is your dog dazzling? Is your cuddly companion the cutest? Is your furry friend the fairest of them all?
If the answer to these questions is a resounding ‘yes,’ then, why not enter your pup into St Clare Hospice’s Cutest Canine Competition, launching on Monday 20th January 2020?!
The competition, run as part of their annual Winter Walkies 5k charity dog walk event, calls on local puppy parents to send in a photo of their beloved pooch which will feature in a collection of entries on social media. The dog with the most ‘Likes’ at the end of the week (Friday 24th January) wins a bespoke doggy hamper, and gets to ‘lead the pack’ at Winter Walkies on Sunday 23rd February as St Clare’s official Cutest Canine.
All you need to do to enter the competition is:
1. Register for the Winter Walkies event at stclarehospice.org.uk/winterwalkies
2. Email a picture of your marvelous mutt and a brief description of your pet (including name, breed and age) to [email protected] by 12noon on Friday 17th January 2020 to go forward to the public vote.
3. Encourage your friends and family to vote for your pet when the gallery of all the competition entrants is published on the St Clare Facebook and Instagram channels on Monday 20th January 2020. The dog that receives the most ‘Likes’ when voting closes at 12noon on Friday 24th January 2020 will be named the winner.
All entrants to the Cutest Canine Competition must have registered for Winter Walkies 2020 in order to be eligible to enter. Winter Walkies 2020 features a 5k dog walk through the Essex countryside, taking place on Sunday 23rd February at St Clare Hospice, Hastingwood Road, Hastingwood, Essex, CM17 9JX. Registration costs £10 for adults and £5 for children, which includes a free soup, dog rosette and certificates for children.
This year’s event is kindly sponsored by Epping-based vets, Forest Veterinary Centre. St Clare also thanks Paris Hill Farm for supplying the local countryside route for the 5k walk.