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Olivia_WebMD_Staff posted:
Dear Members,

We have some exciting news for our members who LOVE to share photos of their pets! WebMD has teamed up IAMS to provide a monthly Pet Photo Contest ! This fun will run for the next six months with monthly prize winners and a Grand Prize winner at the end. Each month will feature a different theme.

To kick things off, the first contest was Halloween Pets. Now it's time to enter your pets in their best holiday outfits...turkey feathers, Santa hats, reindeer antlers and more! Click HERE to see the criteria, prize structure, and upload your pet's photo to enter the contest.

If you've already uploaded your photo to our boards, just go grab it and drop it HERE to automatically be entered. And, if you had some technical issues loading your photo here on the boards, the new upload page for the contest should be much simpler. (If you DO have problems, please be sure to write to us at so we can help you troubleshoot.)

One of the wonderful Vets from this board will be selecting the grand prize winner this month.

So, hurry and enter your furry, fuzzy, feathered, scaly baby's photo sporting their holiday garb.

We can't wait to see them ALL!

Happy Holidays!
The WebMD Community Staff
Olivia_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi folks! Just popping this back to the top. Hope you're entering your Pet's photo.

We're still putting together the slideshow we promised in the original upload feature, but the addition of a contest if very exciting.

Good luck, everyone!

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