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Dogster Hits 100K Facebook Fans -- And We're Giving Away $200

To celebrate the milestone, we're holding a photo contest whose winner will get a $200 PETCO gift certificate.

 |  Aug 27th 2012  |   2 Contributions

Late last week Dogster reached 100,000 "Likes" on our Facebook page, and we here at Dogster HQ "Like" that very much. And because we "Like" you -- the fans who helped us get here -- we're holding a contest that will give one of you a $200 Petco gift certificate.

The contest is called Spirit of Dogster, and it involves photos of your canine companions. To enter, upload a photo that you believe illustrates the spirt of Dogster. (Duh.) Then get the people you know to vote for the image of your pup. The person with the most votes wins the gift certificate. Visit our Facebook page to enter.

As soon as we hit the 100K mark, we all brought our dogs to work and made a video to tell everybody about the accomplishment and the contest. See that below:

While we were on the set, Editor-in-Chief Janine Kahn shot behind-the-scenes photos that show not only the production but also our rad workspace at SAY Media and some of the people and dogs in their workplace habitat.

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Janine's Italian Greyhound, Moxie, is in this photo, along with GiGi (the Boston Terrier who writes our Ask GiGi advice column) and Rudy, the Chihuahua whose human is Creative Developer Steve Calderon.

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Dogster founder Ted Rheingold holds his own mutt, Moxie, while Social Media Manager Anna Zeman helps Eliot behind the camera.

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Senior Product Manager Rachel Wolan and her Labradoodle, Cora.

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Community Manager Lori Malm and her recent foster fail, Beasley the Pekingese, pose for Eliot Weisberg, our awesome video production manager (who has a tattoo of his cat on his leg!). 

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Senior Marketing Manager Erin Skidmore and Data Analyst Ryan Christo hold their beloved French Bulldog, Boogaloo.


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