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The Almanac Pet Photo Contest
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Featured Pet Photo Contest Winners
Fall 2014 Entry: Stop and Smell the Flowers
Credit: Madison Whiting
“This is a neighbor’s cat Billy who obviously loves the smell of these blossoms.”
Credit: Tayler Hill
“Our cat Astro prowling through the bushes.”
Credit: Kala Baxter
The interaction between the toddler and the dog in Puppy Love, even though not the best quality photo, makes it fun.
Waiting for his boy to come home
Credit: Mark E. Andersen
“One of my Beagles, Buzz, gets very upset when my son leaves the house. While he is gone he sits, looking out the window, waiting for him to come home.”
“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!”