October 13, 2008
Doggyspace.Com Sponsors Halloween Canine Costume Contest to Benefit Local SPCA Chapters
DoggySpace.com is making sure that only treats will be handed out this October 31st. DoggySpace, a social networking site for dogs, is sponsoring a Halloween canine costume contest to benefit local chapters of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals (SPCA). Dog owners can dress their best friend in their Halloween finest and post pictures at www.doggyspace.com/halloween, where site members can vote for their favorite costume. Doggyspace will donate $6,000 to the winning dog's local SPCA chapter.
"Doggyspace is about doing something fun, interactive and worthwhile, which is why we started this contest," said Levi Thorton, Doggyspace founder. "Many SPCA's are privately funded, which means they are under-funded. Prize money from this contest will go directly to a local SPCA to help with the organization's mission of raising awareness of animal abuse and promoting programs such as good pet care and spay/neuter awareness initiatives."
More than 2,000 votes have already been cast, but dog lovers have until October 31 to push their favorite costume to the winning spot. Please visit www.doggyspace.com/halloween to enter the contest or vote.
Doggyspace is ideal for pet owners that want to share stories or learn about a specific breed, recently relocated individuals looking to create friendships based on a love of dogs, or even people simply interested in finding a play date for Fido. Standard Doggyspace accounts are free.
Doggyspace.com is a social network for dog owners, and membership is free. At Doggyspace, dog owners can create a doggy portfolio, form groups, and post their favorite photos and videos while connecting with other "friends" in the neighborhood, from the dog park, across the country or in another country. The networking site is a product of Mad Frog Productions, Inc. located in Fredericksburg, VA and has been featured by CNN, Time Magazine, Fox News and other media outlets.