Smiliest Pet Competition 2010

PUBLISHED: 10:42 06 August 2010 | UPDATED: 11:23 09 September 2010

Mercer and Hughes Veterinary Surgeons

Mercer and Hughes Veterinary Surgeons


Enter our free Smiliest Pet Competition for Pet Smile Month in association with Mercer & Hughes Veterinary Surgeons

Kayleigh MacKinley RVN (Left) and Olivia Wallace SVN (right) cleaning Stanley's teeth at Mercer & Hughes Veterinary Surgeons in Saffron Walden.

In Conjunction with the Pet Smile Month 2010 the Saffron Walden Reporter and Mercer & Hughes Veterinary Surgeons are promoting proper dental health for pets with a “Smiliest Pet 2010” Competition.

- Entry is FREE,

- Competition Closes Monday 6th September 2010,

Pet Smile Month

- Winners will be announced in the Saffron Walden Reporter newspaper on the 9th September and also online at,

- The three winning entries will receive gift vouchers to spend at Mercer & Hughes Veterinary Surgeons (located in Saffron Walden, Stansted and Great Dunmow):

- 1st Prize - £60.00 Gift Voucher

- 2nd Prize - £40.00 Gift Voucher

- 3rd Prize - £25.00 Gift Voucher

What do you need to do?

To enter please send us a picture of your pet and we will put it onto this website with the rest of the entries below. After the competition closes on Monday 6th September the judges will decide on a winner.

Please note: the Judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

By Post to…

Smiliest Pet Competition

Saffron Walden Reporter

54 High St

Saffron Walden


CB10 1EE

By Email to…

(send images as a pdf or jpeg format only please)


Mercer & Hughes Veterinary Surgeons are offering free dental check ups for your pets in conjunction with the pet smile month. To book your pet in for a free check, please contact your nearest Mercer & Hughes Veterinary Surgeons

Saffron Walden

01799 522082 / 521406


01279 813780


01371 872836

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