The Puppy Up Foundation announces Cancer Can’t Keep a Good Dog Down 2015 Calendar Contest

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(PR NewsChannel) / July 30, 2014 / MEMPHIS, Tenn. 

2013 Calendar Cover_Lily LisleAnyone who knows the heartache of loving a dog who has cancer or who has passed from this horrific disease will want to honor their pet in the 2015 Cancer Can’t Keep a Good Dog Down calendar contest. By entering the contest, you also help promote awareness of canine cancer and raise funds for cancer research to benefit both pets and people.

“Lily was a remarkable dog and I’m thankful that she was able to “live on” on the cover of the 2013 Cancer Can’t Keep a Good Dog Down calendar. I hope that her story may have inspired someone else who was battling cancer with their dog or family member,” says Lily’s mom, Hope Parker.

One of the Puppy Up Foundations’ steadfast goals has always been education about canine cancer and comparative oncology. And one of the best ways we can do this is through your stories and photos, which genuinely inspire and encourage so many others.

Contest winners may select a special month and every dog entered has his or her photo in the calendar. No one gets left behind. We have a whole section of gallery photos dedicated to all of the dogs entered in the contest.  We also include all 13 of last year’s winners, and our calendar includes not only the regular ‘people’ holidays but dozens of special dog holidays like: National Puppy Day, Pet Theft Awareness Day, Take Your Dog to Work Day, World Animal Remembrance Month, Pet Cancer Awareness Month, etc. Our calendars are truly unique and one-of-a-kind keepsakes or gifts.

To register and start creating your pet’s page, go to Story and photo submissions will be accepted until midnight, EDT on August 29th. Voting continues until midnight, EDT on September 7th.

Voting Begins As Soon As You Enter! Your $10 registration fee applies as 10 votes for your dog. (Votes are $1.00 each, with a minimum donation of $5.00.) Share your page on your favorite social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, and encourage your family and friends to go to your page and vote for your dog!

The Puppy Up Foundation

The Puppy Up Foundation is a 501 3(c) organization that is committed to discovering the common links between cancer in pets and people. For more information:

Nancy Nokes
The Robinette Group

(901) 743-0712

Direct link:

SOURCE:  Puppy Up Foundation

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