photo contest in Burnham-On-Sea highlights dog waste problem
dog photo competition is being held in Burnham-On-Sea to highlight
the importance of bagging and binning dog waste.
group Litter Free Coast & Sea Somerset (LFCS Somerset) has
teamed up with the makers of a new dog waste carrying solution,
called Bogg, to organise the competition and are inviting entries.
to all local dog owners, the chosen winner will have their dog
picture featured on a new Litter Free Coast & Sea Somerset
leaflet and receive a new Bogg.
to the competition should be photos of dogs enjoying the outdoors
whether in a park, on the beach, or getting muddy in the countryside.
enter, like the Litter Free Coast & Sea Facebook
page with a description and name of the dog and the person who
is submitting the photo. Entries to the competition will close
at 11am on January 13th 2017.
The winning photo will be chosen on Monday 16th January and the
15 runners up will be exhibited on the Litter Free Coast &
Sea Somerset Facebook page and Boggs Twitter and Facebook
The prize for the winning dog photo will be featured in a printed
leaflet. The leaflet outlines how dog owners can take care of
their environment by picking up after their dog. The winner and
first four runners-up will receive a Bogg.
are all-in-one, dog bag dispensers and waste carriers. It will
carry full bags of poo securely and discretely until a suitable
bin is reached.
Harriet Yates-Smith, Litter Free Coast & Sea Somerset Project
Officer, said: "Somersets spectacular seven mile sandy
beach is a great place to admire inspiring coastal views, paddle
in the sea and exercise with our dogs. The LFCS Somerset and Bogg
photo competition is a fantastic way for dog owners to showcase
their furry friends enjoying this beautiful environment that we
are all so lucky to enjoy."
leaflet featuring the winning dog will explain why we all need
to play a part in making sure we bag and bin dog waste and the
impact it has on the environment if we dont. Most dog owners
are responsible about bagging & binning their dogs mess,
but just one ignored poo can lead to others following suit which
creates a problem." For terms and conditions or to enter
the competition, click here.