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Cupertino, CA

is competing to win a dog park!

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PetSafe is here to help you along! We've created a visual process for your city to follow. As you reach each milestone and upload the required information, that icon will be brought to full color. You can click through the milestones to see what is needed to activate it. We've even provided you some templates to assist you in the process. Scroll down to see what your community has already uploaded.

Here's how the contest works


Vote For your City:

What: Get friends, family members, community leaders, and everyone in your city to visit us online and vote for a dog park. Remember, your may vote twice a day; once here and once on our facebook page.

When: Stage 1 – May 1 to May 31 before 5pm Eastern. Stage 2 – June 5 to July 26 before midnight.

Land Verification

Land Verification:

What: In order to qualify to win a park, your city must find land and approve it's use for a dog park. Work with local government and landowners to find your spot!

When: Ends May 31st at 5pm Eastern

Community Support:

What: PetSafe needs to know your community government supports your pursuit of a dog park. To complete this task, notify your civic leaders (ie: mayor, county executive, city manager, Parks and Recreation director) of the contest and encourage them to create an account to upload a letter.

When: Ends May 31st at 5pm Eastern

Media Coverage:

What: This step is optional, but getting your pups' faces in the media can't hurt. Get in touch with your local news station and print media to rally support for the new park!

When: Spans the entire contest

Video Invitation:

What: If you're been selected as one of our 15 finalists, you'll be invited to make a .30 video ad to show the world why your city deserves to win a dog park! Watch our video for tips to help you.

When: Due June 26th by 5pm Eastern

  • roxy dusta 05/14/2013 Sure hope you include a pool for our pets too
  • Julia Lamy 05/02/2013 Donna says: Anytime I see the doggie with the pooper-scooper, I’ll vote for him!
  • Julia Lamy 05/01/2013 Cari asks: Does the proposed dog park have separate sections for small dogs and large dogs? If so, I will get all my friends on board with supporting this venture. There are enough dog parks in the area with no separation and my small dog gets smashed in the horse play. I have to travel to Camden Ave in SJ to have a safe area for my small dog. Tell me yes and I will get you tons of votes and support your effort in whatever way you need. Thanks! Julia response: Yes, the proposed Mary Avenue dog park will have a small dog section and a large dog section. I have attached a drawing for you so you can see the fence dividing the property for two areas. Thank you for your support and please vote every day in May!
  • Julia Lamy 05/01/2013 I can't find the contest on Facebook. How can I participate? Visit facebook.com/PetSafeBrand, and click "Like." Then, click on the "Bark for Your Park" tab.
  • Paw Logo PetSafeBrand 04/23/2013 Welcome to your City's discussion board. Use the form below to add to the conversation.
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