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Million Dollar Look-a-Like Contest


Do people tell you that you and your dog are beginning to look alike? Do you bark in your sleep or roll over for a treat? Does your dog sport a hair-do just like yours? If so, you could cash in big . . .

Cash in for looking like your pet! . . .


(Beverly Hills, CA – June 1, 2009) All American Pet CompanyTM, makers of super premium dog food brands Bow Wow BreakfastTM Cereal and Grrr-nolaTM Natural Dog Food, announces its first ever Bow Wow Million Dollar Look-a-Like Contest. Starting Monday, June 1st 2009, dog owners will have the opportunity to submit a picture of themselves and their dog to show the world how much they look alike. The finalists from these submissions will be given the chance to win the grand prize of $1 million dollars. The deadline for submissions is Sunday, July 26th 2009.

Legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia that have a dog and are a family member that is at least 18 years of age or older at time of submission are eligible for entry. Dog owners who wish to submit their photos for this competition should visit and follow the Contest entry form and upload a digital photo which includes both the owner and Look-A-Like.

There will be eight weekly competitions held during the contest entry period in which contestants can enter by region. Every audience member can vote up to five times for their favorite contestant every week. At the end of each week, the judges will determine the top scoring entries that will advance as Semi-Finalists. Thereafter, all Semi-Finalists entries will be judged by a selection committee who will determine the Finalist entries so a nationwide audience can vote for its favorite Finalist. Each and every audience member can vote up to five times for its favorite Finalist. At the end of this round, the Finalists with the highest votes from audience voting participation will become eligible for the National Championship where a panel of judges will determine the Grand Prize winner and Runner-up winners.

Twenty Semi-Finalists will each receive $500 cash, and those who are declared Finalists will receive an expense paid trip for two plus their “Pooch”, which includes airfare and accommodations to Los Angeles to compete for the National Championship. After the judging is over, one finalist will be declared the national Look-a-Like Champion and will win the Grand prize of $1 Million Dollars an each Runner-up winner will win $5,000 cash plus a one year supply of dog food.

For more information, visit the All American Pet web site at

About All American Pet Company, Inc.
All American Pet Company produces healthy products for dogs, with the core product being super premium dog food. With the addition of chewable nutraceuticals, electrolyte and rehydration products, the core product categories are super premium dog food and pet wellness. All American Pet’s products are manufactured in the U.S. under strict manufacturing guidelines and contain 100% American made ingredients. The expansion of the product offerings to include pet wellness products is targeted at taking advantage of a much wider approach to pet health trends which are being driven by the humanization of dogs. More than just the need for good nutrition, APPT is focused on complete “Pet Wellness.”


About Author

Devoted pet owner and now, devoted pet editor, Judi worked in traditional offices, keeping the books and the day-to-day operations organized. Taking her dog to work every day for over a decade never seemed odd. Neither did having an office cat. She knows what it's like to train a new puppy and she's experienced the heartache of losing beloved companions. Retired, she currently lives with her spoiled dog and four chickens (who are, interestingly enough, also spoiled).

1 Comment

  1. Turn Your Pet Into A Well Behaved Family Member on

    I’ve never been able decide which is the case: do people start to look more like their pets over time, or do individuals choose pets that reflect their personalities? Either way, it does seem to be that alot of pets resemble their owners.

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