Still time to enter the Sun’s Holiday Pet Photo Contest
December 26, 2013
The Sierra Sun’s Holiday Pet Photo Contest is going full guns this holiday season. It’s not too late to submit your precious pet photo to the Sierra Sun’s Facebook page for entry in the contest, which runs through Jan. 5, 2014.
Visit http://www.facebook.com/SierraSun1 to upload your photo. Then, get your friends and family to “like” the Sierra Sun on Facebook, and have them to “Like” your image.
Sponsors have generously contributed prizes for the three images with the most “likes.” Winners will be announced in the Sierra Sun the week of Jan. 6-10.
Three days of Doggy DayCare: Truckee-Tahoe Pet Lodge offers fun Doggy DayCare, luxury overnight lodging and spa services for your pet. Warm, caring atmosphere where dogs and cats love to go and play,: http://www.truckeetahoepetlodge.com, 530-582-7268.
One Hour Animal Communication Session: HeartSoul Natural Animal Communication. Cindy Hartzell is the voice for the voiceless allowing for people and pets to bridge the gap in communication, visit http://heartsoulcrittertalk.com or call 530 386-3639.
Gift Basket: Hot Diggity Dog and Cat, Kings Beach. Owner Michelle Okashima carries natural animal products including food, fun and educational toys, and locally crafted goods. Visit Hot Diggity at 8675 North Lake Blvd., Kings Beach, or call 530-546-2725.
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