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Don’t miss your chance to enter our Pets on Parade competition

PUBLISHED: 16:30 22 January 2015 | UPDATED: 16:31 22 January 2015

Lowestoft Journal Pets on Parade competition winners collect prizes from Picture Studios
Matt Goddard from picture studios with Jane Clarke and her dog Dolly, Teresa Lift and her rabbit, Dumpling and Lynda Fenn with her cat Prince.

Lowestoft Journal Pets on Parade competition winners collect prizes from Picture Studios Matt Goddard from picture studios with Jane Clarke and her dog Dolly, Teresa Lift and her rabbit, Dumpling and Lynda Fenn with her cat Prince.

Don’t forget to pick up this week’s copy of The Lowestoft Journal for the chance to enter your pets into our annual competition; and win some top prizes in the process.

Once again, The Journal is on the lookout for top cats, dynamic dogs and other photogenic pets to be entered into our popular Pets on Parade competition.

We have teamed up with Picture Studios, in Lowestoft town centre, and this week’s edition contains the entry form you need to fill in before Monday, February 3.

All of the photographs will appear in The Journal in the very near future, along with a form allowing people to vote for their favourite.

The competition has three categories: Top Cat, Top Dog and Top Pet (for pets other than cats or dogs), with prizes for the winners, runners-up and third-placed pets in each.

The owners of the dog which polls the most votes will win a 20in x 16in canvas wrap portrait, worth £190, from Picture Studios.

The winners of the cats category will receive the same prize and the winners of the other pets category will also win the canvas wrap portrait.

The runners-up in each category will win 10in x 8in framed portraits, worth £60, with 7in x 5in portraits (worth £46) for those in third-place.


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