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Pet Connect NZ Next Top Model Search

Pet Connect NZ Next Top Model Search

Make some room on the stage, Tyra, there’s gonna be a new Top Model in town!
As the proud sponsors of the 2018 Big Dog Walk with Lots of Dogs, Pet Connect is running one helluva competition. We’re scouting for the spunkiest, most snappable dogs in New Zealand. Will yours make the cut?
6000 Pooches from all around the country have entered to take the nationwide title through an online competition, with over 40,000 votes.

You can check out the Next Top Dog Model Search competition here:

Our Events coincide with NZ biggest charity dog event held annually, The Big Dog Walk With Lots of Dogs which attracts up to 40,000 people and is set to raise $15,000 for charities nationwide this year.

From each of our five cities, our top 5 pups with the most votes will have the chance to be picked as our regional winner! The top five regional winners will then be chosen to be Pet Connect NZ's Next Top Model!

Where and When can you take part?

Napier | Marine Parade | 7 April | Facebook event
Hamilton | Lake Domain | 14 April | Facebook event
Wellington | Waitangi Park | 21 April | Facebook event
Auckland | Waiatarua Park | 28 April | Facebook event
Christchurch | North Hagley Park | 5 May | Facebook event

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