Calendar contest to raise awareness of capabilities of disabled pets

AMHERST, NH (August 1, 2019) – The submission period for the 2020 Walkin’ Pets Calendar Contest is open now through August 25, 2019.

The annual pet calendar contest, hosted by Walkin’ Pets by HandicappedPets.com, is for dogs and other animals using a Walkin’ Wheels wheelchair. Each year, submissions come in from all over the world from pet owners vying for a winning position in the calendar, helping to raise awareness of the capabilities of disabled pets.

Last year, entries to the calendar were received from 26 countries and 37 U.S. states, and included a goat and a lamb, as well as all types of dogs, from pedigreed to street dogs.

Proceeds from sale of the calendar go to the Handicapped Pets Foundation, which donates wheelchairs to pets in need.

There is no entry free to enter the calendar contest.

All entrants will be included in a photo gallery on the company’s Facebook page for public voting from Aug. 26, 2019 through Sept. 15, 2019. The 12 entrants with the most “likes” will be notified mid-September.

An additional calendar contest winner will be selected by Walkin’ Pets to be specially featured on the 2020 Calendar Cover.

Due to the overwhelming popularity of the calendar contest, not every pet can be included. However, Walkin’ Pets believes that every pet is a miracle, and will be celebrating these incredible pets all year, featuring photos of submitted pets and their incredible stories throughout 2020 online and on social media!

For online submission and contest guidelines: https://www.handicappedpets.com/calendar-contest/.

The Walkin’ Pets Scooter by HandicappedPets.com is one of the products offered by the company. The scooter helps disabled pets scoot and zip freely around the house, easily maneuvering tight spaces and indoor obstacles.
Designed for style and comfort, the base of the Walkin’ Scooter is cushioned with a durable closed cell foam. Simply attach the scooter bag to the base, place your pet inside, adjust for comfort and your dog is ready to go. Each scooter features rollerball casters for easy movement in any direction, sliding smoothly across tile, linoleum, and hardword floor, as well as Berber carpeting. (photo and info from handicappedpets.com/pressreleases)



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