Sprout, is a four-month old reversed silver dapple mini dachshund, that lives in Naramata. Submitted photo

Photo gallery: Sprout wins the cutest pet contest

Naramata cutie Sprout is the winner of the Aug. 24 cutest pet contest

Sprout, is a 4 month old reversed silver dapple mini dachshund, with his own Instagram account.

He lives in Naramata with his owners Ethan and Olivia Gunnell.

Think you have the cutest pet in the South Okanagan?

Email us a photo of your pet to editor@pentictonwesternnews.com for a chance to win a prize and bragging rights that you have the cutest pet in the South Okanagan-Similkameen.

Entered last week? Email us another photo for another chance to win.

Include their name, breed, the owner’s name and contact info with a photo (horizontal preferred) by Aug. 28 at 4 p.m.

The winner will be featured in the Penticton Western News, Summerland Review, Keremeos Review and Similkameen Spotlight newspapers. Like us on Facebook @PentictonNews, or visit any of those paper’s websites on Sept.1 to see a photo gallery of all the submissions and the winner.

Check out some of our past entries and winners:

Photo gallery: Cali wins the cutest pet contest

Photo gallery: Tilly wins the cutest pet contest

Photo gallery: Cutest pet contest winner – Rosie

To report a typo, email: editor@pentictonwesternnews.com.

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