Foothills Humane Society partners with Iron Key Brewing for Rescue Brew Photo Contest

Published 1:47 pm Wednesday, March 16, 2022

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Does your pet have a face fit for fame?


Foothills Humane Society (FHS) is searching for a dog and cat to be the face of a locally brewed beer. FHS has partnered with Iron Key Brewing Company to showcase our community’s extraordinary dogs and cats with the first-ever FHS Rescue Brew Photo Contest! The winning cat and dog will have their images featured on a special Iron Key Brewing Rescue Brew crowler label to be released this summer. 

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“If you love your pet, this is a wonderful time to show the world! As an added bonus, by entering FHS’s Rescue Brew Photo Contest, you and your pet will be promoting and helping to raise funds for the most vulnerable dogs and cats in our community,” says Tara Brannon, FHS Board President.    


The contest opens March 19th and runs through May 1. Think your pet has a face fit for fame? For a $10 donation you can submit his/her picture at along with a brief statement about why you think your 4-legged friend would be a perfect spokespet! Dogs and cats do not have to be rescues to be eligible for entry. Once your pet is entered, ensure his/her victory by encouraging your friends and family to vote on the FHS website. Votes are $1/each. 


At the conclusion of the contest, the top vote-getting dog and top vote-getting cat will be named 2022 FHS Rescue Brew Spokespets and their images will appear on the limited-edition Iron Key Brewery Rescue Brew crowler labels. Additionally, the top three vote-getters in both the dog and cat categories will each receive a professional pet photo shoot, commemorative photo tile, and a gift basket full of wonderful prizes from local businesses. All proceeds from entry fees and voting will be used to rescue, shelter, vaccinate, spay/neuter and microchip stray and unwanted pets throughout our community. FHS provided services for over 1500 community animals during 2021. 


Submitted by Stephanie Aull