National Dog Portrait Awards

Competition Time

National Dog Portrait Awards

The National Dog Portrait Awards launches on the 21st January 2019 and PoochPix

is very excited to be a nominated professional photographer taking part in this national competition with cash prizes for the winners!

To take part, all you have to do is book a dog portrait session with us and, for just a £10 donation (which goes directly to a variety of dog charities), your favourite image of your pooch will be entered into the National Dog Portrait Awards 2019.

Show us what your dog is made of and you could be in with a chance to win a fantastic cash prize and, an awesome piece of wall art!

1st PRIZE – £1,500 plus a £500 portrait
2nd PRIZE – £1,000 prize plus a £500 portrait
3rd PRIZE – £500 plus a £500 portrait

How do I enter?

When you get in touch, we will book you in for a portrait session on a date that suits you – and your dog.  You’ll need to pay a £25 deposit, but this is fully refundable at your viewing.  We can discuss beforehand what kind of portrait you have in mind and any props you may want to include, or you can keep it simple, whatever you think will show off their personality to the full.  You will then come back to the studio to view your images in our comfortable viewing lounge, this is when you choose the one you’d like them to submit for the competition, and pay your £10 entry fee. You can also pick any others that you’d like to buy as prints or wall art but there’s no obligation to purchase. 

You can read the full details about the competition, how long it’s running and how it will be judged here

I have more than one amazing dog, can I enter them all?

Yes!  You can only enter each dog once, but you can enter as many dogs as you like. Each new entry is subject to the £10 entry fee, but you will only need to book one appointment.

Where is the small print?

By entering the competition, entrants confirm that they have read and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.

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