Portrait Photo Guidelines

Here are three simple guidelines to help you choose the very best photo.

1. Your photo is crisp and well lit. Natural daylight is best.

The best photos are well lit, look sharp and are in high resolution. Avoid photos that are poorly lit, blurry or in low-resolution.

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2. The head and neck area are visible and within the frame

If a part of your subject is missing from the photo, we won't be able to recreate it. We need photos of pets where the head and neck area are visible.

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3. Avoid photos of in motion.

The best pet photos are photos of subjects that are standing still. Avoid sending us photos of subjects that are running, jumping or in motion.

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