Lowcountry Dog Magazine is on the search for dog models for both their 2022 Lowcountry Dog Calendar and the cover of their 100th Issue. Lowcountry Dog, which started publishing in 2005, holds an annual contest to find models for use in the magazine and their annual calendar.
To celebrate their 100th magazine issue, the periodical is adding a charity component by donating funds to Dorchester Paws and Berkeley Animal Center’s new shelters. The contest is open for model entries until February 28th and the submission fee is $5.
From the submissions, a panel of judges will select 50 finalists that will get a one-on-one portrait session with Jeanne Taylor Photography at Pet Supplies Plus in Goose Creek. The 50 finalists and their professional photos from this session will go up for voting online on April 1st. Voting will last for 2 weeks and the dog with the most votes will get a cover photo shoot, for the August issue, which is also the magazine’s landmark 100th issue. The Top 11 dogs will get to become models in 2022 Lowcountry Dog Calendar and get shoots with staff photographer, Southern Vintage Photography.
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