Dog of the Week Submission Guidelines

To submit your dog to Dog of the Week, you just need to answer the questions below and attach a few of your favorite pictures and send it all to this email address. Please also read the rights agreement at the bottom of this page.

You don’t need to have professional photos to be selected, but quality goes a long way.

The questions:

Name and nickname? -

Hometown? -

Age? -

Breed?  -

How did he get his name? -

Favorite food?  -

Favorite toy?  -

Favorite place to go?  -

Does he like traveling?   -

What’s the craziest thing he’s ever done?  -

What does he get in trouble for most often?  -

What’s your best memory together? -

What is your  family’s favorite things about him?  -

Do you have a puppy picture? -

 

 

 

Rights

  1. Kurgo does not claim ownership of any content that you send to us. Instead, you hereby grant to Kurgo a non-exclusive, fully paid and royalty-free, worldwide license to use the content you send to us. 
  2. You represent and warrant that: (i) you own the Content sent to us or otherwise have the right to grant the rights and licenses set forth above; (ii) the sending of your Content does not violate, misappropriate or infringe on the rights of any third party, including, without limitation, privacy rights, publicity rights, copyrights, trademark and/or other intellectual property rights; (iii) you agree to pay for all royalties, fees, and any other monies owed by reason of Content you send to us; and (iv) you have the legal right and capacity to enter into these Terms of Use in your jurisdiction.
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  • http://californiatraveler.blogspot.com Suz

    Could you provide more information as to what you mean by “transferable, sub-licensable”? Does this mean that you are claiming the right to transfer your royalty-free rights to sub-license the image to others (i.e. companies, subsidiaries, ad agencies, etc.)? Thereby circumventing my rights to profit should other parties you might sub-license to wish to use the image? Thanks!

    • http://kurgoblog.com Kurgo

      That’s not actually something we’re interested in so we’ve updated the language to remove that section. Essentially, we just want the rights because we post it all over our blog and social media sites and we didn’t want to run into any trouble!

      • http://californiatraveler.blogspot.com Suz

        Okay, thanks, That I’m okay with as that is what I would expect you to do. Just wanted the clarification; and, thanks for removing the confusing language. :)