Public voting has now closed and the winner of BBC Countryfile Magazine’s Dog of the Year for 2020 has been announced.
Congratulations to Nicola Scott and her dog Toby who has been named BBC Countryfile Magazine’s Dog of the Year 2020 and wins £1,000 vouchers to spend at Edgard & Cooper!
How Dog of the Year works
We are looking for your best photo of your dog. Ideally, choose a clear photo of your dog in the great outdoors. This could be the countryside, your local park or back garden.
The photos will then go to a public vote to create a shortlist of the top 10 images. The overall winner will then be chosen by the BBC Countryfile Magazine editorial team and an independent judge from this shortlist. The judges will assess the images against a series of criteria, including quality of image, composition and originality.
About the sponsor: Edgard & Cooper
Finally… Pet food you can feel good about
Welcome to Edgard & Cooper – naturally tasty pet food that you, your pet and our planet can feel good about!
Edgard & Cooper was created to bring healthy tasty food to dogs. Our food is cooked and packed with nature in mind – never over-processed and never using dried or meat meal. We spent years perfecting our delicious food, which is made using lots of fresh meat and simple ingredients. From our nutritious kibble to our juicy jerky, our food and treats will keep your dog happy, healthy and ready for adventure.
We’re a nature-loving lot and we care deeply about our planet. You’ll only find our products in packaging made from plants or infinitely recyclable metal – our efforts have saved over 4.5million plastic bags from ever existing!
We also donate 1% of sales to the Edgard & Cooper Foundation, an independent charity that helps to improve the lives of dogs and cats today and avoid harm tomorrow. We’ve donated over £96,000 so far.
Welcome to Edgard & Cooper – naturally tasty pet food that you, your pet and our planet can feel good about! uk.edgardcooper.com
This year’s Dog of the Year competition is proudly sponsored by Edgard & Cooper which is offering the prize of £1000 to spend on its naturally, tasty dog food and treats.
How to enter your photo
Photo entries and public voting has now closed and the winner of BBC Countryfile Magazine’s Dog of the Year for 2020 will be chosen soon.
Step 1: Enter your dog photo
Entries for the BBC Countryfile Magazine Dog of the Year photo contest opened on Friday 31st July 2020 and closed on Monday 31st August 2020 at 11:59pm.
Following technical issues over the weekend, entries were extended to Thursday 3rd September at 11:59pm. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Entries and voting are now closed.
Step 2: Public voting opens
Voting for the BBC Countryfile Magazine Dog of the Year photo contest opened on Tuesday 1st September 2020 and closed on Wednesday 30th September 2020 at 11:59pm.