To enter the Almanac Pet Photo Contest, submit a digital picture of your dog, cat, or other pet. Each season (four time a year), we'll feature a furry friend and award a prize!
We are now accepting photos.
To enter, upload your photo here! Make sure you select the "Pet Photo Contest" category. (Note: You'll need to log in.)
The winning picture will receive a Lupine collar or leash (see colorful patterns in our General Store). Or, if your pet is not a dog or cat, we'll send you an Almanac bundle of products!
Terms & Conditions
This site is for amateur photographers. All photos submitted to this Web site become the property of Yankee Publishing Inc., which may reproduce, distribute, publish, display, edit, modify, create derivative works from, and otherwise use the material for any purpose, in any form, and on any media. In submitting this photo you agree that its content does not infringe copyrights or other property rights of any party. You also agree that the photo you are submitting is your own.
Browse all submitted photos in the Pets Contest Gallery!
Featured Pet Photo Contest Winners
"Cody is a rescue horse. Even after going through some horrible years before we rescued him, Cody has the kindest eyes."
Credit: Doug Torrie
"Winter Run. Flying through the snow at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. Beagle - Tucker (2 y.o.). Beauceron - Sophie (11 y.o.)."
Editors note: We love how the little dog is making leaps to keep up with the larger one, with intent concentration! The larger dog seems to be casually strolling along.
Credit: Stacy Chambliss
"Mack loves giving kisses."
"So what if our pet is a little larger than most . . . she is still just an over grown puppy!! :)"
Bathing in the Sun
"Name: Nutmeg. Occupation: Being a snuggle bug."
Credit: Jessica Trinh
"Just being a puppy . . . that's all!"
DeeDee and Sidney
Credit: Gail McDonald
"DeeDee (the doe fawn) was enjoying the weather, when she was joined by Sidney (the cat). They napped together for quite a while."
Credit: Kate Wilcox
"Frodo at Bald Knob, Moultonborough, NH - Castle in the Clouds in the background."
Bella's Butterfly Rescue
Credit: Donna Wynne
"Our Lab Bella saw the butterfly in our pool and dove in, rescued the butterfly and then sat it down in the garden and looked at it. It was amazing!"