Are you the pet parent of a pound pup or rescue dog? i Love Dogs is asking our readers to submit their rescue stories.
We publish a reader rescue story every Friday as part of our i Love Dogs Rescue Network effort to find loving furever homes for dogs – just like yours did!
We want to know every puppy-loving detail of how you became a pet parent to a dog in need. Along with your story, send us up to three photos and/or a YouTube video link of your dog (preferably before-and-after).
Readers whose stories are published will receive an i Love Dogs goodie bag with fun stuff for both you and your pooch.
- How to submit a rescue story: Attach up to three photos of your dog (include your dog’s name in the image file name, and please use JPG format) in an email to email@example.com (please include your dog’s name in the Subject line). In the email, tell us your dog’s age and breed(s), along with the story of how you rescued him or her. Let us know what you love most about your dog, and what makes him or her unique.
- Eligibility: All stories, photos and videos must include a dog. All stories, photos and videos must be original and created by the entrant. By sending in your story, photos and/or videos, you assert that you are the owner of or have permission to use the photos you have submitted.
- Assignment of Rights: By submitting a story, photographic image and/or video, you grant i Love Dogs, Inc. perpetual, royalty-free license to use, reproduce, modify, publish, distribute and otherwise exercise all copyright and publicity rights with respect to that photographic image, video or story at our sole discretion, including incorporating it in other works in any media now known or later developed including, without limitation, published books. If you do not wish to grant i Love Dogs, Inc. these rights, it is suggested that you do not submit a photographic image, video or story. i Love Dogs, Inc. reserves the right to select, edit and arrange submissions, and to remove images from the I Love Dogs, Inc. website at any time at its sole discretion.