2024 Doggone it! photo contest

North Shore Gas is looking for a new safety 'ambassadog' to star in our safe digging campaign and help us share an important safety message: Doggone it! Call 811 at least two days before you dig.

Whether planting a garden or installing a fence, people could be in danger if they strike an underground natural gas or other utility line. Contact 811 at least two days before you dig to have an expert mark the locations of buried utility lines — and keep everyone safe.

Fill out the entry form below and submit a photo or two of your dog to participate in this year's contest. Entries must be submitted before 11:59 pm on Friday, June 30.

We will narrow down the entries to a list of "top dog" finalists for a public vote. The winning dog will be announced in early August. If your pet becomes our next safety ambassadog, the photos you submit may be used in promotional and advertising materials for North Shore Gas, and by media outlets.

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* 1. Are you an active North Shore Gas customer? (This contest is only open to our customers.)

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* 2. Tell us about yourself by filling in the blank spaces below.

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* 3. What is your dog's name?

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* 4. Submit one or two photos of your dog. If possible, send one photo of your dog digging and another that shows their face, if it's not visible in the digging photo.

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* 5. Please upload the second photo of your dog here.

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* 6. Tell us more about your dog. How old are they? What breed or mix of breeds? What is their personality like? What do they like to do besides dig? Any tidbits to help us get to know your dog would be helpful.

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* 7. Describe your dog in just a few words.

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* 8. Do you ever post about your dog on social media? If yes, tell us your account name(s). We might tag you in our own social media posts.

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