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East Meadow, NY (PRWEB) September 15, 2010, the world’s largest designer of pet web sites, has announced the winner of its 1st Annual Dog/Owner Lookalike contest for 2010. The top entries were featured on a new video, following on the heels of it’s already successful “Dogs Who Look Like Their Owners” YouTube video, which has generated almost 1 Million views since its launch.

The winner for 2010 was Bobbi and Euri of Houston, Texas. They won $ 100 in cash and a custom designed website by

“America has a special bond with their pets, proven by the worldwide buzz generated by our first video,” said Michael Ayalon, founder of “We are so glad to continue the tradition in 2010 and create a new set of pet lookalikes on video for people to watch and share with their friends, families, and co-workers. It’s sure to put a smile on anyone’s face!”

Photo entries were judged based on the facial resemblance between an owner and his/her dogs, and the photo’s appeal to worldwide audience. Entries were judged by a professional pet photographer.

All new participants for 2011 can enter online at

First Place Prize: The top-featured photo in a new YouTube video, launched on October 1, 2011; a free custom designed web site by ($ 399 value); and $ 100 Cash

19 Runners-up Prizes: Photo featured in a new YouTube video, launched on October 1, 2011.

Winners will be announced on October 1, 2011.

ABOUT PETWEBDESIGNER.COM is the world’s largest designer of pet websites. The company has designed and created affordable and effective pet websites for thousands of pet businesses since 2002. Their “Dogs Who Look Like Their Owners” video became an Internet sensation virtually overnight when it was launched in 2007, and still generates over 1,000 unique views per day. Viewers can follow on Twitter at; and on Facebook, at:


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New York, NY (PRWEB) December 13, 2010

Whether your dog is a naughty nipper who loves tearing up Louboutins or the perfectly behaved princess of nicety, there’s just the right holiday gift to fit each personality.

Dara Foster world renowned pet style expert, TV personality and author has some great suggestions on how to select the perfect gift for your evil elf or obedient angel.

Naughty dogs love to chew, dig and play hard. They need a lot of extra mental and physical stimulation to keep them happy and out of trouble. No need to stuff their stockings with coal – try a little positive reinforcement by supplying them with the right presents to keep them busy.

Planet Dog-Orbee-Tuff Balls – $ 9.95

Ideal gift for the rough & tumble, obsessed ball chaser in the family

Extremely durable and minty flavored too!

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Dog-e-Walk – $ 59.99

If your dog is a naughty walker and prefers to walk YOU instead of the other way around, this is the gizmo for you!

This high tech gadget uses ultrasonic sound waves to teach the dog not to pull on the leash

Only the dog hears the sound

Ideal for every breed

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Skineez – $ 6.99

Puppies and feisty terriers love to tear apart plush toys and go crazy when they hear the crunchy sound of an empty plastic water bottle

This stuffing free toy leaves your floors clean while driving your dog crazy with a fun plush toy that will last a long time

Durable, stuffing free design lays completely flat

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Pepper & Tanky Dog Perfume – $ 44.00

Naughty dogs often like to roll in the smelly stuff

Freshen them up with a luxury dog fragrance from Pepper & Tanky and they’ll smell so yummy you’ll want a big smooch

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The Dog Brick by Nina Ottoson – $ 59.99

Often naughty dogs are simply smart dogs acting out because they are bored. Surprise them with a board game of their own that will stimulate their brain and encourages interaction between you and your dog

This is an Interactive “find the treat” game for you and your pet to play together

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NICE DOGS are usually obedient, mellow, sweet little, A+ Students who inspire strangers to say “you should clone that dog!”. Pamper them this holiday with sweet treats and luxury accessories to show your love.

Dogs & Dolls Dog Collar – $ 125.00

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High quality leather and hardware from Bologna, Italy based designer Dogs & Dolls

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Wag-a-tude Snowflake Hoodie – $ 14.99-19.99

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Dara Foster is a world renowned pet fashion stylist, TV personality and author best known for her humorous and “taste-making” pet style super-site Dara can be seem regularly on national TV as the pet style contributor on NBC’s TODAY show and has been a contributor for the National Enquirer, MSNBC, People pets, E!, Animal Planet, Modern Dog, and most recently to Martha Stewart’s Holiday Pet Gift Guide.

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