Vital Essentials To Host 4th Annual Love Your Pet Photo Contest



Vital Essentials will be celebrating Love Your Pet Day with its 4th Annual Love Your Pet Photo Contest, Feb. 14 through Feb. 20.  

Thousands of pet parents from across the United States have participated in Vital Essentials’ Love Your Pet contest over the years, sharing photos of their pets along with heartfelt sentiments about how special their bond is with their pets. 

The contest will award one year’s supply of treats to two winners - one cat family and one dog family. Winners will be selected at random from among the submissions. Winners will be selected and announced on February 21, 2020. 

Here’s how to enter to win: 


1. Post a photo of your cat or dog on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter 

2. Create a caption celebrating your love for your pet 

3. Use #ilovemyVEpet in your caption


Last year’s contest received more than 100 entries with photos and comments with many extolling the virtues of their pet and why they are such an integral part of their family’s lives. 

“This year, we’re hoping to get even more heartwarming comments and huggable photos from our fans,” said Melissa Olson, VP sales and marketing. “As pet parents ourselves, we know how important pets are and we love creating engaging, fun ways for our Vital Essentials families to express their affection. Continuing the ‘Love Your Pet Photo Contest’ is one of our most anticipated events online and we’re looking forward to getting even more submissions this year to win our functional treats.”


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