Nose of Tralee 2018 Press Release


Nose of Tralee.

Nose of Tralee.

Nose of Tralee Press Release 2018

Pet Sitters Ireland’s Nose of Tralee Pet Competition Is Now Open For Entries and animal lovers across Ireland are being invited to submit photos of their pets for the 2018 Nose of Tralee competition.

The 5th year of the event promises to be the biggest yet. Open to all types of pets across the 32 Counties of Ireland it is Ireland’s largest pet competition that includes all animals, not just cats and dogs!

To enter pet owners need to submit a photo of their pet looking fabulous and tell us why their pet deserves to take the title of ‘2018 Nose of Tralee’.

Over the last 4 years we have seen all types of pets enter the competition, cats, dogs, horses and even a pig!

Pets have a chance to be one of 32 county finalists, with an overall Nose of Tralee winner and runner-up.

The winner will receive a photo shoot with David Mcauley photography, and a range of prizes from Pet Sitters Ireland, Dabble in Art, Buster Box and Naturo Pet Food.

All finalists from the last 5 years of the competition will also be invited to a Nose of Tralee party at the end of August.

The competition is open for entries from 11th-30th June, after which a public vote and judging will take place.

“This year we can’t wait to see a variety of different types of pets enter and we are especially looking forward to meeting all of the 5 years of finalists at our live event” says Kate McQuillan, owner of Pet Sitters Ireland.

“Ireland is a nation of huge animal lovers and we look forward to this time of year to celebrate the special bond that people have with their pets. If you think your pet is the next Nose of Tralee, then we can’t wait to hear from you!”

For more information, and to enter the Nose of Tralee, visit www.petsittersireland.com/noseoftralee

 

Contact  Information

Pet Sitters Ireland

Kate  McQuillan

1800  30  30  10

www.petsittersireland.com/noseoftralee

Facebook  :  PetSittersIreland

Twitter  @petsittersire

 

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