POOCH PLAYOFFS 2023
A Competition with a Cause!
For a $99 donation to Big Love Rescue, your pup will be entered into a bracket-style competition with a chance to earn exciting prizes from our sponsors!
Each week, two dogs will face off in an online vote with each week's winner advancing with the goal to be voted the Ulti-Mutt Cutie!
Here's the Game Plan:
Your entry fee is $99 and will benefit
Big Love Rescue
After registering, there will be a quick 15 minute phone call set up with Erin to find out more about your dog, set up your pup's competition info, and select your session date and time.
All sessions will be booked from January-February 2023.
You will receive a 15-30 minute portrait session of your pup at Avenue 9 Photography.
BONUS! You will also receive a Limited Edition Pooch Playoffs Keychain that has a photo of your furry best friend on it as a gift just for participating AND a cool s'WAG bag filled with goodies donated by our Pawsome Sponsors!
ONLY 16 SPOTS AVAILABLE
After Your Session:
Two weeks after your session you will come in to view the amazing portraits of your pup and select the image to use in the Pooch Playoffs.
You will also select the image for your Limited Edition Keychain and pick up your s’Wag bag!
You will have the opportunity to purchase gorgeous, custom artwork of your pet at this appointment.
(No Purchase Necessary to enter!)
In March, your pup will be entered in "The Ulti-Mutt Cutie" bracket contest where you will be able to invite your family and friends to vote for your pooch in a head-to-head bracket match-up, where the winners advance to the next round each voting period!
All Final Four winners win a Puptacular prize package and our local Ulti-Mutt Cutie receives a Rebarkable grand prize!
About Our 2023 Rescue:
BIG LOVE RESCUE is a 501c3 non-profit animal rescue organization founded by Christina Sims & Gina Evans and serves communities throughout Cypress/Houston and surrounding areas. They are dedicated to rescuing lost or abandoned dogs from shelters, from the streets or from owners who are no longer able to care for them. Their goal is to prevent further euthanasia of these animals. All dogs receive medical care and behavioral training as needed to prepare them for a new home.