We want your dog to be on the cover of Puppy Love 2016


This is Micky, a 3-year-old Siberian husky and our cover model from the 2015 Puppy Love issue. - PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT
  • Photo by Rob Bartlett
  • This is Micky, a 3-year-old Siberian husky and our cover model from the 2015 Puppy Love issue.
Our annual Puppy Love issue is right around the corner, and we need a four-legged cover model!

If you think your dog should be on the cover of the 2016 Puppy Love issue, here's how to enter:
  • Follow OrlandoWeekly on Instagram 
  • Upload a picture of your dog to Instagram with the hashtag #PuppyLoveSelfie  
  • In the caption, tell us a brief story about your dog, maybe about how you met or why it's the best dog in the whole wide world
  • You and your dog absolutely must be available for a photoshoot between the dates of February 19th through the 21st
  • No bad dogs
The winning pooch will not only be on this year's cover, but will also receive digital copies from our professional photoshoot, will be the furry face of the 2016 Puppy Love Festival (March 5, The Acre Orlando), and will take home some fun prizes yet to be announced.

The winning dog (and owner) will be contacted via Instagram. The contest ends February 17. 

Orlando Weekly employees, freelancers and contractors, and immediate family members of Orlando Weekly employees, freelancers and contractors, are not eligible to win By entering a photo in the contest, you are permitting us to use the image in print and in an online gallery of images The winner of the contest will be contacted by email and we will announce the winner online and on our Facebook page


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