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Work Hard Play Harder Photo Contest | And the Winners Are...

We had over 600 amazing entries to our Work Hard Play Harder photo contest which meant a lot of hard deliberation done by our amazing judges. In the end only one person could win the Grand Prize!

Thank you to all of you who entered—we loved seeing your photos! Remember to keep tagging us @RexSpecsK9 & #RexSpecs in your photos on instagram—we get some amazing laughs and smiles out of seeing your dogs love life.

And a HUGE shout out to our judges, Drew, Sydney and Braedyn, for deliberating over all of the amazing submissions.

 And the winners are....

Grand Prize Winner

Brandon FienWhen passion meets opportunity.

RUNNER UP

Stephen DiebWhen your dog is a superhero.

Noah HarrisonEyes to the Sky

STAFF PICK

Bryan FormannThe golden hour

HONORABLE MENTION

Deiraní CollazoYou don't get the dog you want, you get the dog you need

Linda KöhlerIt's a bird, it's a plane

Mandy Helwege, Snowy, Blowy Sunny Days

 



3 comments

  • Mike on

    Wait the contest winner wasn’t even wearing the rex specks?? Am I missing something?! That picture of the lab retrieving the crane is insane, considering the beaks on those cranes are incredibly sharp and could potentially blind the dog without the goggles. Come on judges, ya missed this one by a mile

  • Daniel on

    Yeah I’m with Dan, it should be a requirement that Rex specs be on the dog. What a stupid contest.

  • Dan on

    Weird that only one winner actually had Rexspecs on their dog……

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Measure the circumference of your dog's muzzle where you expect the goggle to land on their nose - usually around the back of their mouth.

Measure the head circumference where you expect the goggle to land on the forehead - typically an inch or so behind the eyes.