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Purina Celebrates The Everyday Dog With The First 'Petcentric Dog Show'

From prnewswire.com

Online Contest Honors ‘Best Of Show’ Grand Prize Winner In Five Categories

ST. LOUIS, Nov. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — After years of living in the shadows of his blue blood brothers who strut on the blue carpet at the National Dog Show Presented by Purina, the everyday dog finally has his day.

Nestle Purina PetCare is conducting the first online “Petcentric Dog Show Photo Contest” to honor everyday dogs, their unique looks and their special talents. Throughout November and December, dog lovers can log into www.petcentric.com to upload a photo of their favorite pooch in one of five categories:

“Best Expression”
“Best Athlete”
“Best Troublemaker”
“Most Loveable”
“Best John O’Hurley Lookalike”

Dog show fans know O’Hurley as the co-host of the National Dog Show Presented by Purina that airs on NBC on Thanksgiving Day.

“It’s time for the everyday dog to get the recognition he deserves,” said O’Hurley, the award-winning actor who is best known as J. Peterman from “Seinfeld,” one of the top syndicated TV shows in the world. “The Petcentric Dog Show is a fun way for dog owners to pay tribute to their four-legged friends who live in virtual anonymity compared to show dogs. And I must say I’m intrigued to see the entries we receive in the ‘Best John O’Hurley Lookalike’ category.”

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