Do you look like your pet?
Win $100 in the Herald-Guide pet look-alike photo contest
In a special edition of the Herald-Guide’s photo contest, we will be looking for pictures of pets and their owners who look alike.
Our weekly Camera Shootout contest will still be going on each week, but now you can try your luck in two challenges.
Keep submitting photos to our shootout contest online each week at www.heraldguide.com for a chance at winning $500 at the end of the year.
In the meantime, send your pet look-alike photos to Lifestyles Editor Michelle Stuckey at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate to Mimosa Veterinary Hospital that is good for either products or services.
Make sure to include your name, the names of the pet and person in the picture, and your contact information. The Herald-Guide will accept submissions for pet look-alikes until July 29.
We will then print the top photos in the paper and post them online for votes.
Let the best man, woman, child or dog win.
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