Canada's Next DawgTag Model Contest FAQ

Q: Who can enter the contest? Any age of majority Canadian resident (sorry, Quebec excluded). Make sure you’re the legal owner of the dog you're entering!

Q: Do I need to buy anything to enter? Nope! Entry is completely free.

Q: How do I enter my dog? Just post your dog’s photo with the hashtag #DawgTagModel on Instagram or Facebook within the contest period.

Q: Can I enter more than one photo? Absolutely! Feel free to submit as many unique photos as you like.

Q: What can I win? The winning dog becomes the face of DawgTag for a year, gets a professional photoshoot and some cool DawgTag merch. See prizing on the contest landing page. There are also 2 runner-up prizes available.

Q: How will you pick the winner? Our judges are looking for creativity and your dog's star quality!

Q: When will the winner be announced? We'll announce the winner and runner-ups on June 6th, 2024 on our landing pages and social media channels. Finalists will be contacted in advance of the announcement.

Q: What happens if I win? We'll reach out to you directly using the contact info in your social media profile or via direct message. 

Q: Will my photo be used by DawgTag? Yes, by entering, you give us permission to use your photo in our marketing materials, including but not limited to the Instagram entry feed on the contest landing page. Any photo entries used outside of contest-related materials will be subject to a release waiver - meaning we'll contact you if we use your photo for any other purpose than this contest.

Q: Is this contest run by Facebook, Instagram or any other 'Top Model' properties? No. 

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