With many of our dog friendly hotels and self-catering resorts across the UK representing the perfect playground for pups and pooches of all shapes and sizes, we have launched our first ever 'Top of the Pups' campaign!
After pawing through hundreds of fantastic submissions of some of Britain's most photogenic four-legged friends for the chance to become the official face of Macdonald Hotels & Resorts during upcoming online and press promotions of our dog-friendly destinations - we've narrowed the list down to seven regional finalists.
We're now calling on you to choose your favourite pup pose via the poll located further down the page - with voting open until midnight on Monday, 5th December 2022 and a winner declared on our social media pages by Friday, 9th December!
Choose Your Regional Winner
The ultimate battle of the breeds sees us choose from a varied list of seven top pups from a series of regional heats outlined below:
- Glasgow and the West
- Edinburgh and the East
- The North of Scotland
- North West England
- North East England
- South England
View the list of finalists below and cast your vote for which canine companion you think should be the new face of our dog-friendly destinations' marketing campaign!
Terms & Conditions
- The winning entrant will be required for a one-day shoot at a chosen Macdonald Hotel or Resort
- Entries can be submitted over social media or via email. Only one overall final winner will be chosen.
- When entering, applicants should state which regional heat they are applying for.
- An overnight stay will be provided for two people and one dog
- No money will be paid to winner
- Macdonald Hotels & Resorts would own the rights to any photography or videography captured as part of the campaign
- An initial selection has been made by Macdonald Hotels. Seven semi-finalists, one from each region, featuring as part of a social media and online vote
- Voting closes at midnight on Monday, 5th December 2022
- A final winner will be chosen after a round of voting by Friday, 9th December 2022.
- Voters limited to one vote per e-mail address used