Bark for Your Park 2012 launches |

Bark for Your Park 2012 launches
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TAHOE/TRUCKEE and#8212; Has your town gone to the dogs yet? Give your furry friends a pet-friendly place they can call their own and#8212; a new dog park from PetSafe! They invite your community to participate in Bark for Your Park.

Winning this yearand#8217;s grand prize of $100,000 is as easy as 1-2-3. Locally, instructions 1 and 2 have been accomplished. You may vote for Tahoe City, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach or Truckee, just log on, search for the town you would like to win, log in and vote. Or, nominate your favorite town.

1. Visit to nominate your community.

2. Complete your cityand#8217;s profile page by finding available land and civic leader support by June 13.

3. Start voting each day on both and the official contest tab on PetSafeand#8217;s Facebook at

Once your city has been nominated, PetSafe will confirm the availability of land and civic leadersand#8217; support. You will also be able vote every day to help your city move forward in the contest. For the best chance to become a finalist, make sure your cityand#8217;s page is complete and be sure you are voting each day on both and This gives your city twice as many daily votes.

Vote for your city through June 13 at 5 p.m. EDT. Encourage friends, family members, civic leaders, and community members to vote to bring a dog park to your community. Remember to vote daily!-

Finalists will be announced June 15 and voting continues until 11:59:59 p.m. EDT on July 31. PetSafe will select 15 finalists to continue barking for their park by producing a video and continuing to vote each day.

Winners revealed Aug. 3. The finalist city with the most votes will receive $100,000 to build a PetSafe dog park. The runner-up and the city with the highest percentage of votes to its population will each receive $25,000.

Visit for more information.

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