Enter the Holiday Photos with Pets contest!

Enter the Holiday Photos with Pets contest!

THE HOLIDAYS ARE HERE, and our beloved pets enjoy the celebrations, too.

They love showing off their reindeer horns, Santa hats, bad doggie Christmas sweaters and candy cane-shaped chew toys.

Peninsula Daily News, Forks Forum and Sequim Gazette have come together to host this year’s Holiday Pet Photo Contest.

Give us your best shot of a festive furry friend and compete for some great prizes!

Wilder Auto has provided our first-prize gift, a $50 service gift certificate and pet treats.

Fiesta Jalisco, Olympic Veterinary Clinic and Blue Mountain Animal Clinic have all supplied $25 gift certificates.

How to enter

Entering is easy: Go to http://tinyurl.com/HolidayPetPhotos2015.

If you’re not already registered, you’ll need to click on “Register Now,” follow the simple steps and post your photo. (Registering makes you eligible to both submit your photos and vote.)

The contest is free, but only residents of Clallam County or Jefferson County can enter.

And the entrant must be older than 13 years; parents can submit photos taken by their children age 12 and younger.

All entries must be submitted digitally on the Web — sorry, no entries by mail or in person.

The deadline for entries is 11:59 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 31.

Winners will be chosen by the public in online voting that begins at 12:01 p.m. Friday, Jan. 1.

Voting ends Thursday, Jan. 7, with the winners announced shortly thereafter.

Questions or problems posting a photo? Email webmaster@peninsuladailynews.com.

Cuddle up to the season with the help of your holiday-happy pet!

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