Thursday, 3 July 2008

Time to win!

First up - can you guess what first cross the gorgeous Alfie is? There are clues as we're so close to closing! Alfie has one parent that some sources would have us believe (although I've not been able to find any actual evidence of this right!) would have free access to all the Royal Palaces in Britain. The other is the smallest variety of a breed that comes in three sizes which unusually are not all in the same group! Now this should go in seconds! Please email me direct with your address and choice of prize - that's how confident I am you'll get this one quickly! Choose between a breed book or a General dog book - please state the breed you'd like if the former!

Extra clues!
Alfie is obviously a trickier cross than I anticipated! Time for some more hints... think my history is right on this one - you may be amused to hear I have a degree in history (makes me smile as I still have no idea of what happened when!)...

Not a roundhead... the red and white's variety are called the name of a palace.

Other parent... A smaller version of a dog that also comes in in Standard and Giant.


Surely this one must go soon! I've not had a chance to check the comps email address - so this may have already have been won late afternoon onwards - but it's still worth having a go as no one looked near as I left work.

And keep sending the captions, we'll be judging those at 1pm on Friday, so go on - give it some thought! Give us a giggle...

We also need good captions for the above photo - please make us laugh! We're all so busy organising the Cold Wet Nose Show we need a giggle!
First prize wins a car Travel Harness from Rosewood and the five runners up receive a medium sized Handi-drink - an clever instant dog drinker which includes a bottle and a hand-held water pan.

Entries to both to comps@dogstodaymagazine.co.uk ASAP!!

Our July issue competitions are about to close!

Hurry.

22 comments:

kiz said...

picture

'am sure that pheasant went in here'

Mudgie said...

I am sure I buried my bone in this hole however this grass feels a lot smoother than when I buried it ?

bugs said...

I don't usually have this trouble getting a drink.

Gussie said...

This isn't my elephant mask.

dodger said...

i swear i left me house key somewhere in here?

dodger said...

oop mixed up the words lol

' i swear i left me house key in here somewhere?'

Loll100 said...

What does a dog have to do , to get a drink around here.

Anonymous said...

I'm guessing Alfie's parents are a Pembroke Corgi and a Minature Wirehaired Dachsund.

alfmcmalf said...

Alfie is

pembroke corgi/miniature schnauzer

Philippa

Suz said...

cavalier king charles and mini schnauzer for alfies parents

Chapstaff said...

Corgi X Dachshund

Chapstaff said...

Pembroke Corgi X Miniature Long Haired Dachshund

Chapstaff said...

Finally -

Cardigan Corgi X Miniature Long Haired Dachshund

Beverley Cuddy said...

Suz is 100% correct - if we received no email entries to comps before 19.59 you are our winner! Can you send me your full name and address and your choice of book so we can arrange your prize.

beverley@dogstodaymagazine.co.uk

congrats!

Chapstaff said...
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Chapstaff said...

Well done Suz,

Congratulations

Suz said...

Thanks = Bev i tried to email you i just get a message failed it doesnt recognise the email you have left? you can reach me through the dog club website though ;o)

or can pm you my address etc there?

Beverley Cuddy said...

Assumed I'd typed it wrong like I normally do - but no - it's must just be an email prob! Probably worn it out.

Yes - please pm me on dog club - that's be perfect!

Chapstaff said...

Caption Comp

I must be going off my head.....I would swear a frog just jumped from Oscar's coat & landed in here

Suz said...

have pmed you ;o)

Mudgie said...

When I grow up I want to be.......an ostrich

Suz said...

did you get my pm Bev?