2023 We Scoop Photo Contest and We Scoop Prize Drawing

We Scoop Photo Contest Aug 27 to Sept 30

How to enter the We Scoop Photo Contest:

 1. Fill out the contest entry form and submit your dog's photo.

Fill out the online form to enter the photo contest and submit a photo of your dog. You can also e-mail your photo submission to [email protected]. 

Wondering what makes a winning photo? High-quality outdoor photos that feature your pup's face are preferred, but all are accepted. PLEASE NOTE: By submitting your photo, you agree to the Photographic Materials Use Agreement with Whatcom County.

2. Take the Whatcom County Scoop the Poop Pledge to qualify.

Take the pledge to complete your contest entry. Your photo will only be entered if you've taken the Scoop the Poop Pledge. If you have already completed the pledge, no need to take it again.

A black and white dog with a flower crown laying in grass. We Scoop Photo Contest Aug 27 to Sept 30

3. Wait to see if your photo is chosen as a winner!

We will contact the winners by e-mail. There will be poop-scooping prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in two categories. Learn more about the photo contest by reading the Photo Contest and Prize Drawing Terms and Conditions

Take the Pledge

You don't need to submit a photo to win! 

  • All Whatcom County dog owners who take the pledge to scoop the poop from August 27th to September 30th are eligible to win a scooping prize pack. 
  • Prize drawings will occur on September 13th and September 30th. The winners will be notified by email. 

Have you already pledged in years past? It’s okay! Renew your pledge today to enter the prize drawing! Learn more about the prize drawing by reading the Photo Contest and Prize Drawing Terms and Conditions.

What can you win?

Winners get a prize pack full of helpful scooping supplies including:  

  • A pack out bag for carrying bagged dog poop hands free
  • A collar light
  • A heavy duty yard scooper
  • 20 rolls of poop bags

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This project has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement PC-01J18001 through the Washington State Department of Health. The contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Environmental Protection Agency or the Washington State Department of Health, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.