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Welcome to The Burns Canine Games, a Month Long Doggy Olympic-Style Event Created by Burns Pet Nutrition and Hosted by Professional England and Chelsea Footballer Beth England.

The Burns Canine Games is the dog and owner social media event of the season. Starting from 21st May, we’ll be encouraging owners and their pooches to take part in a series of fun activities for the chance to win great prizes every week. We’ll be featuring events such as the 100m Dash-hund, the Ball-Fetching Shot Mutt, the Highland Terrier Jump and for older or slower dogs, the 800m Labradawdle.
How Does it Work?

Host Beth England will be publishing a series of weekly challenges on social media every Friday, starting on 21st May, and calling for dogs and their owners to complete the activities. Beth will announce the Gold, Silver and Bronze medallists for each event every Thursday, and Burns will send the winners and their doggos a selection of amazing prizes.

How Do I Take Part?

Entering the Burns Canine Games is easy. All you need is a nice space to try out your activity, a phone or camera, internet access and of course, a dog:

  1. Tune into Burns Social Media pages at 12pm every Friday for the weekly challenge.
  2. Take a video of yourself and your doggo completing the challenge
  3. Upload to your social handles tagging @BurnsPet and use the hashtag #BurnsCanineGames
  4. Wait for the announcement on Thursday at Midday to see if you’ve won the bronze, silver or gold medal!
What Do I Win?

Winners will be chosen by a team of furry experts, who will assess anything from athletic ability to ball throwing skills, zoomie speed to doggo cuteness. Winners will receive the following:

  • Bronze – A 2kg Bag of Burns Award Winning Dry Food and Tasty Burns Bites
  • Silver – A Special Burns Hamper
  • Gold – 1 Year of Free Award-Winning Dog Food from Burns
Why the Canine Games?

Did you know that as many as 6 MILLION dogs in the UK are overweight? Obesity is a growing problem amongst our pets and one that Burns is on a mission to tackle. For both dogs and owners, exercising together not only has amazing health benefits, but it could also prevent weight related diseases and even strengthen the bond between dogs and their owners too.

Host Beth England said,

‘I am a huge dog lover and my best friend is probably my Golden Retriever Buddy. I couldn’t bear to be without him, so I know how easy it is to spoil your pet.’

‘But it’s not good for them. They need exercise and good nutrition almost as much as athletes. That’s why I’m making a series of videos themed on the summer games. I want to help owners and their dogs get fit together.’

Follow @BurnsPet on social media and tune in every Friday from 21st May for the weekly challenge.

Watch the videos here: