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By entering the contest, registrants agree to allow their pet photos to be featured in the print and online versions of The L.I. Pet Lover magazine. D & S Advertising, Inc. and the Long Island Pet Lover are not responsible for any typographical errors or mistakes in the entries.
All photos become the property of the Long Island Pet Lover and may be reprinted or used in future promotional materials without compensation. By submitting photos, entrants agree to terms of publishing materials on www.LiPetLover.com.
There is no influence on the selection of winners by sponsors or advertisers. Entrants in the L.I. Pet Lover online “Pet of the Month” contest also agree to these terms and conditions.
ELIGIBILITY AND ODDS OF WINNING: No purchases necessary to enter. RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: You may enter your pet every month (only one entry per pet, per month)…however, a new picture and description must be used each month.
PLEASE NOTE: You can only vote once per day per pet. Once you vote you will get a message next to your vote saying “Thank you for your vote”. If you try to vote again for the same pet you will get a message saying “You can vote after 1 day(s)”. You will be able to vote for that pet again the next day.
Once a pet wins the “Featured Pet of the Month” contest, that pet may not enter the contest again for 12 months. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply.
The L.I. Pet Lover and D&S Advertising, Inc. assume no responsibility or liability whatsoever for damages, loss or injury resulting from participating in any contest or acceptance or use of any prize. D & S Advertising, Inc. and the Long Island Pet Lover magazine and website reserve the right to edit picture for quality purposes. DISQUALIFICATION AND PENALTIES: All participants agree to be bound by these rules. The LI Pet Lover Magazine and Website, in its sole discretion, further reserves the right to disqualify any person for (i) violating any of these rules, (ii) tampering with the entry process, (iii) gaining an unfair advantage in participating in the contest, (iv) obtaining winner status using fraudulent means, or (v) engaging in otherwise unsportsmanlike, disruptive, or threatening behavior.