KI is full to bursting with talented, obedient, photogenic working dogs, and now’s their chance to shine!
Australian pipe fittings manufacturer Philmac is starting a nationwide talent search for the most impressive working dogs and is calling on all Blue Heelers to put up their paws to be the new face of its brand ambassador Bluey, with the popular pooch announcing his retirement.
“We’re looking for the next Bluey – a dog that represents our brand values of trust, reliability and hardwork,” Philmac Managing Director Mark Nykiel said.
“The job involves just three days of photography and includes a year’s supply of dog food and gift vouchers totalling more than $4000 in value. Ideally, the next Bluey will be well trained, able to follow instructions and photographer friendly!”
Also, Philmac is casting a wider net for working dogs of any breed to feature in its 2018 Philmac Australian Working Dog Calendar.
“To be considered for the calendar we’re asking for owners to submit their best pictures of their working dog at either work, rest or play,” Mr Nykiel said. “We’re hoping to hear from regional and farm dogs of a variety of breeds.”
Nominations close on October 1 for both the Bluey ambassador and the Working Dog Calendar.
How to enter the search for the next Bluey:
Email a photo of your Blue Heeler, its name, age and brief resume (with owner contact details) to email@example.com before October 1. Winner will receive a Philmac family prize pack worth over $4000 and a year’s supply of Advance Active Dog All Breed Breeder dog food, a $1000 Philmac voucher, $1000 RM Williams voucher, $1000 Woolworths voucher and $500 iTunes gift card.
How to enter the search for the Australian Working Dog Calendar:
Email a photo of your working dog along with its name and owner contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1. Those chosen for the calendar will receive a prize pack for over $1000 including a year’s supply of Advance Active Dog All Breed Breeder dog food and a $500 RM Williams voucher.
For more information visit: philmac.com.au.