2010 Model Contest Top 25 Finalists: And the Winner Is...
Top 25 Finalists of the 2010 Cover Model Contest Announced. Public to Choose Winning Top Dog!
*****UPDATE****** Polls are now closed. Roxy the Shiba Inu is our winner, with 555 votes, 17% of the vote. Congrats to Roxy and the rest of the Top 25 finalists!
It was a ruff decision but someone had to make it. Out of the nearly 600 dogs entered into this year's cover model contest held at Pet Fest, 25 Top Finalists were chosen based on overall "beauty," personality, special skills and that indescribable doggie je ne sais quoi. It was just too hard narrowing it down to a Top 10. Now the final decision is in your hands.
First view the slideshow of all 25 finalists by clicking on the image above. In the Top 25 there are dogs of every shape, size, color, full breed and mixed breed. Dogs are presented in alphabetical order according to their names.
Then use the handy poll below to vote for your favorite. Select your favorite and click the VOTE button at the end of the poll! Voting will be open until May 7th 2010.
Share the Top 25 with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, etc., by clicking on the green SHARE button at the bottom of this post. It's an easy way to encourage your friends and family to cast their vote for YOUR favorite dog!
Feel free to use the comments section below to make a case for your choice, provide funny captions for each dog's photo and share your opinions. But let's keep it positive. I know there will be a lot of disappointed dog owners out there who feel their dog deserved to make it into the Top 25 finalists. Each and every dog is a winner, and this is why the June/July issue will contain the photos of all contestants!
Special thanks to King Street Studios for their awesome work and professionalism!
Missed out on viewing all the contestants or ordering your dog's photo? CLICK HERE.
Please note: Once you vote, the poll results will show up on screen. And everytime you visit this page once you have voted, only the results will show up on this page. Only one vote per IP address.
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