Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 14, 2005
You don’t have to be a celebrity to have a celebrity dog!
Let the public decide if your pooch is a star by entering Bark Slope’s Dog of the Month contest.
Why enter? We all know our dogs are special and they certainly deserve their 15 minutes of fame. The dog with the most votes in the Dog of the Month contest will not only be featured on the home page of barkslope.com for a month, but will also receive a $ 25.00 gift certificate. The winner can treat their little celebrity to the various gourmet treats, spa items, designer dog carriers, cozy dog beds or designer dog clothes offered at BarkSlope.com.
Join our previous winners and submit your favorite photo along with a few lines on why you think your dog should be the Dog of the Month. Submissions are accepted until the 15th of each month with voting beginning on the 16th. Have your family and friends visit http://www.BarkSlope.com to cast their votes.
In addition, all monthly winners will be eligible for the Dog of the Year contest where they can win a $ 100.00 gift certificate if their dog is voted top dog. Just think of the shopping spree your dog could have as Bark Slope’s Dog of the Year!
For complete details and to see previous winners, log onto BarkSlope.com and click on the Dog of the Month link for complete contest rules.
Good luck! Maybe there is a celebrity living in your home just waiting to be discovered.
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