American Kennel Club Family Dog Magazine: 44th Annual Photo Contest

Calling all photographers! Do you think your dog has star quality? The American Kennel Club’s Family Dog Magazine invites people to enter the 44th Annual AKC Publications Photo Contest.

Dogs in Action” is this year’s theme. Entries are judged solely on creativity, quality and originality. One entry each may be submitted for the color and black and white categories. No purchase is necessary to enter and win.

The contest is open until February 8, 2023. Submissions received by mail must be postmarked by February 1 and received no later than February 8. Entries can also be emailed to [email protected]

“There are so many amazing entries already and we look forward to many more,” said Mara Bovsun, AKC Family Dog Editor-in-Chief. “It’s always a joy to see how participants interpret each year’s theme.”

Winners of the Family Dog Photo Contest will receive cash prizes: first place $500, second place $250 and third place $150. Winners will also be featured in a special section of Family Dog magazine.

For contest rules and regulations and more information, including where to send entries, visit akc.org. Read this story on progress-index.com to watch a video of last year’s “Cute & Cuddly” themed photo contest entries.

Founded in 1884, the American Kennel Club maintains the largest registry of purebred dogs in the world and oversees the sport of purebred dogs in the United States. Follow the nonprofit on Facebook @AmericanKennelClub, Instagram @AmericanKennelClub and Twitter @AKCDogLovers.

AKC Family Dog Magazine features expert advice on common issues like house training and separation anxiety, along with humor, history, inspirational stories and photos from the most beautiful dogs in the world. Follow the American Kennel Club’s award-winning publication on Twitter @AKCFamilyDog.

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