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Our ‘pup’ular Pride Dog Show is moving online for 2020
Just as waggy and furrier than ever! We are not able to get together this year but our Dog Show is going online as part of our 2020 online festival from the 1-12 September. The Dog Show will be streamed online on Sunday 6 September and we’re excited to include a few extra special rounds this year too. A special thank you to our 2020 event partner ForgeRock.
Rounds for 2020 are:
Record a short video of no more than 10 seconds of your dogs waggy tail
Upload a 20 second recording of your dog’s best trick.
Most Like Owner
From matching beards, outfits or hair, send us a photo of you and your dog for the most like owner category.
For this round we want to see your puppy pics. Pups are up to 1 year.
One for the older dogs out there. The stories they could tell….
Previously we’ve had rainbow coats, wings, ribbons and rainbow flag capes. Send us your proud pup pics.
We always see so many incredible rescue dogs, given new happy homes.
Dog We’d most like to take for a (social distanced) walk
See who captures our hearts this year – or perhaps see us walking hundreds of dogs!
Go on then. Seeing as we are online this year you can enter your cat! Send us a picture of your feline companion.
Best Non-Dog or Cat
Again we know you might have some very proud non-dog or cats out there so we have a new online round for you to enter this year.
You can enter as many rounds as you like. Simply click below to make a submission.
Visit our Top Tips page for recording videos or photos.
Chiefly please make sure you submit your video or photo in landscape mode (ie have your phone sideways and not in portrait mode!) and get down low to record/photo animals.
Preferred video file format: Mp4, please keep to the video length stipulated.
Accepted photo file format: .JPEG (preferred), .PNG
Main photo with thanks to Chris Moos