Enter Your Dog's Photo in the Orvis Cover Dog Photo Contest!
A New Cover Dog Contest has begun!
Our current Cover Dog Photo Contest is scheduled to end on March 31, 2014.
Please keep your photos coming. As of March 2013, Orvis and our customers have raised more than $800,000 to help fund canine cancer research. Morris Animal Foundation
—the global leader in supporting scientific research that advances veterinary medicine—has used these funds to develop early cancer-detection tests and safer and more effective chemotherapy protocols for dogs. To aid researchers and continue this important work, the MAF developed a tumor tissue bank for common canine cancers. They have helped fund 150 canine cancer studies are 28 colleges and universities. Going forward, the MAF is also committed to funding the Canine Lifetime Health Project and the groundbreaking Golden Retriever Lifetime Study.
With your continued support, we can help create a brighter future for dogs everywhere.
|| Bob - Fox Red Labrador
Photo Caption: Snow + chuckit = best day ever!!
- Ben, Boise, ID, United States
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Who is Orvis?
Founded by Charles F. Orvis in Manchester, Vermont in 1856, The Orvis Company specializes
in fine quality fly-fishing tackle, distinctive men's and women's clothing, home
furnishings, wingshooting clothing and shotguns, and unique gifts. As the country's
oldest mail-order outfitter, Orvis donates 5% of profits to conservation efforts
Who is Morris
Morris Animal Foundation is a nonprofit organization
that invests in science that advances veterinary care
for companion animals, horses and wildlife.
They are the global leader in animal health science,
and their funding helps more species in more places
than any other organization in the world.
Morris Animal Foundation has dedicated millions
of dollars to helping cure canine cancer. That's
why Orvis supports them and that every donation
that you make from our Cover Dog Photo Contest
goes to help ending this dreaded disease.
Learn more about Morris Animal Foundation here