Enter your favourite photo of your pup to win a coveted spot in the 2023 Canberra Paws Calendar, a professional pet photography session with Ina J Photography and artwork credit for photos from your session. Once you enter, remember to share it with your friends and family and ask them to vote. Get the word out and get everyone to vote! The photo comp is a major fundraiser to support the work of ACT Pet Crisis Support to assist low income pet owners with their vet bills.

Click on the website link above for all entry details.

Entrants to the photo competition will go in the running to win one of the fabulous weekly prizes valued between $79-$150. The 12 overall winners with the most votes will win a professional photoshoot and a $250 voucher towards artwork of their choice and a place on the Canberra Paws 2023 Calendar. For the first time, businesses can also purchase advertising space in the calendar.

Veterinary care can be very expensive, with no low-cost options available to pensioners or low income earners in the ACT. This results in the need to euthanase or surrender beloved pets simply due to lack of funds. ACT Pet Crisis Support commenced in March 2019, due to the work of local Canberra veterinarian, Dr Eloise Bright who is passionate about animal welfare and determined to improve the ability of low income pet owners to care for their pets. ACT Pet Crisis Support with Ina J Photography is running their annual Canberra Paws calendar photo competition for pets in the local Canberra region.

The latest project that ACT Pet Crisis Support is working on, is a mobile veterinary clinic, thanks to a grant from Petstock Assist. This much-needed service will provide care to even more pet owners than is possible through local veterinary clinics who are already oversubscribed with additional COVID-pets and chronically understaffed. The industry already experiences high rates of burnout.

Contact Information
For further media information contact Dr. Eloise Bright President on 0430926060

Phone: 0435772896
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