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Is your dog or cat the next top model?

ATTENTION all owners of glamour pusses and poochy princesses.

If your furry companion struts around the house like a model and regularly poses for photoshoots, now is your chance to land them their first national cover deal.

Australian supplier of nutritional supplements for animals, Sustenhance is scouting for Australia's most groomed-to-perfection cat and dog to become the face of the new Sustenhance Fibre & More and Sustenhance
Multi & More products, set to be released in 2015.

Sustenhance's Next Top Model must stand out as a superstar, with either head-turning good looks or a special
talent, so if your pet has its own loyal following of adoring fans, Sustenhance wants to hear from you.

The most successful and admired models live a healthy lifestyle, so Sustenhance will be on the lookout for pets
who have the mantra of Miranda Kerr when it comes to their diet, exercise and general wellbeing.

Move aside grumpy cat, Sustenhance's Next Top Model will be the next pet to take the world by storm.

Auditions opened on November 21 and Sustenhance general manager Adam Williams said he was expecting an
overwhelming response to the competition.

"Cats and dogs are becoming more recognised as celebrities with many owners dedicating social media pages to
their pets, drawing huge followings," he said.

"Everyone has a dog or cat they adore and now is the chance to get them in the spotlight."

Mr Williams said the competition was an opportunity to not only seek out the best-looking pets, but also reward
owners for keeping their pets healthy and happy, highlighting the importance of proper nutrition suited to cats and
dogs.

"Models have a bad reputation for not eating well and being unhealthy but that's not the case when it comes to
Sustenhance's Next Top Model," he said.

"We believe the best looking cats and dogs are well looked after through everything from proper nutrition to regular
exercise, keeping them happy and healthy."

To put your pet up against the judges, simply go to the Sustenhance Facebook Page, click on the competitions tab
and, in 25 words or less, tell us about the overall health of your dog or cat, how they live the lifestyle of a superstar
and any special talents their pet has. The entrant must also upload the best model shot of your cat or dog.

The winning cat and dog will not only relish in fame as the face of Sustenhance's new product range for cats and
dogs, but will also receive a month's supply of Sustenhance Fibre & More and Sustenhance Multi & More, as well
as a Sustenhance prize hamper.

"At Sustenhance we believe the health of our pets comes down to the right nutrition, and we know our Next Top
Model will benefit from our exciting new range for cats and dogs," Mr Williams said.

For stock details or more information on Sustenhance products, visit sustenhance.com.au or call (07) 3723 9854.
 

Topics:  cats dogs pets



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