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Pittie Pageant Photo Contest

Posted By SLCo Animal Services
October 05, 2020

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Pittie Pageant

Salt Lake County Animal Services wants to see your Pitties! Tell us why they are amazing, loving members of your family, submit a photo and let the voting begin! Enter our Pittie Pageant Photo Contest through Oct 15. Voting will begin Oct 16. The top 2 winners will receive gift baskets from our contest sponsors The Dogs Meow & Paw Paws Dog Wash.
How To Enter
A $10 donation is required to enter. Please follow the directions below:
1. Click "Donate" at the top of this page.
2. Enter $10 in the donation amount.
3. Fill out your contact information and submit your donation.
4. Email a photo of your pet to 1 photo per entry.
*All submissions are due no later than October 15th at 5PM. Questions? Email
How to Vote! 
The winning photos will be determined by the number of votes.
Voting will be open to the public beginning October 16th at 10AM and will close October 31st at 5PM.
Every $1 counts as 1 vote and you can vote as many times as you want!
We will announce the 1st and 2nd place prize winners Monday, November 2nd via Facebook Live. Both will be receiving a basket full of goodies for their winning pet!
*If there is a tie between photos the winner will then be determined by the number of individual votes.
This is a fundraiser sponsored by Salt Lake County Animal Services. Donations raised from this event will go directly towards our enrichment program for the many bully breeds that have a layover in our building while we search for a new furever family for them.
October is National Pit Bull Awareness Month and rescues, shelters and pet parents of Pit Bull type dogs will be participating, educating, advocating and of course celebrating our favorite blocky headed fur friends. The goal of National Pit Bull Awareness Day/Month is to promote the truth about pit bulls. Knowledge is power!
As breed advocates we routinely find ourselves educating and advocating just by including our dogs in our daily routines. You can show others that every dog is a product of the environment and upbringing they are in and that a “pit bull” is just a dog. Salt Lake County Animal Services will be celebrating Pit Bull Awareness through the month of October and we hope you will join us in celebrating!
Questions? Email