On October 20, 2021

RCHS Pet Mania photo contest is ending soon

RCHS online pet photo contest is ending soon. For $5, you can submit up to five photos of your furry friends. Then, make sure to let your friends and family to vote for $1 per vote. There is no limit to the amount of votes you cast. The winning photo will be on the cover of the RCHS 2022 wall calendar. The 2nd through 4th place winners will be the featured photograph for a specific month. Additionally, if you are interested in a guaranteed spot in the calendar, you can reserve a specific day to honor your pet for $10, and your pet’s photo will appear on the day of your choice — first come, first served. This can be for your pet’s adoption anniversary, birthday, a loved one’s birthday, memorial or really any special day. Visit rchsvt.org to learn more, enter your photo, or vote for your favorite pet. You can also pre-order your calendar, just in time for the holidays. The contest ends Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact the RCHS business office at 802-483-9171.

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