Oscar & Hooch launch exclusive competition for MDD supporters to design their own collar and lead set.

To celebrate the 5-year partnership between Oscar & Hooch and Medical Detection Dogs, Oscar & Hooch would like to launch a range designed by you – the supporters.

Your design must:

  • Include a Medical Detection Dogs element – this can be anything that you think summarises Medical Detection Dogs (we have given an example below but let your imagination run wild!)
  • Be easy to translate into multiple colours
  • Be simple and transferable
  • Be original and not infringing anyone else’s designs

For example, you could design a Daisy collar and lead to celebrate her life. Daisy’s work persuaded many of the possibilities of a revolutionary way to detect cancer. Her legacy will live on in the work of the charity and will lead to advances never thought possible.

To see the existing range please visit: Oscar & Hooch 

Prize: The winners design will be professionally formatted ready for printing and turned into a new range of very special dog accessories. The winners will also receive their collar and lead set.

To find out more about how you can enter please visit: https://www.oscarandhooch.com/blog/exclusive-competition-for-mdd-supporters-design-your-own-collar-lead-set

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