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FurKids Bichon Frise Photo Calendar Contest

Bichon Frise Photo Contest 2014

Last Chance, Contest Ends Tomorrow 6/23/13

Your Bichon could be featured in the FurKids rescue calendar!

Who is FurKids?

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FurKids is a California dog rescue and adoption group focused on ensuring every Bichon Frise has a happy, healthy and loving forever family to call their own. They are non-profit, and donations to FurKids are tax-exempt.

How do I Enter?

Make a $25 donation and submit your best digital Bichon Frise photo along with your donation receipt number via the FurKids website.

Click here for the full contest rules, where to send your picture, and all the other info you need.

What’s the Prize?

Once the deadline for entries has passed, a panel of judges will choose the best of bunch to be featured in their 2014  calendar.

Need a Picture?

If you’d rather leave your Bichon Frise’s photo shoot to the fine folks at FurKids, and you can swing a donation of $100 or more, you’re in luck.  (SD, OC and Riverside County California areas only please)

One of the FurKids photographers will photograph your Bichon, give you some of the photos as a keepsake, and the best part,…You’re guaranteed a spot in the calendar! Just pick an available month, and your Bichon is a star!

Good Luck Everyone!

I can’t wait to see the wonderful Bichon photos that get submitted to the calendar. I hope you’ll consider entering this contest to raise money for a great cause very near and dear to us all as lovers of the Bichon Frise breed.


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