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VKC Easter Egg Hunt!

posted Apr 23, 2011, 4:01 PM by Rosanna Himmel   [ updated May 2, 2011, 1:37 PM ]

GOOD NEWS!!! We had a lot of interest and some great feedback. We also had messages from a number of folks who were away for the Easter weekend and disappointed that they were unable to come and hunt. So, with all this in mind, we have decided to extend the hunt through the coming week and draw the winners this coming Sunday, May 1, at 1:00 pm SLT.

The VKC Dogs, lending a paw to the Easter Bunny, have hidden 36 eggs in all nine VKC Dog Parks. Most eggs have something wonderful in them but, just to make the hunt more engaging, a few are empty. The prizes range from the best VKC dog supplies on the market to hair, skin, clothing, jewelry, Easter goodies, and a few must-have silly items.

There are two ways to win.

  • One, find an egg with a prize in it and keep the prize. Easy!
  • Two, find the special eggs with a notecard inside. Interesting!

Let me explain the second bit:

Collect all 11 notecards, then assemble the words on the notecards to re-create the secret message. When you have solved the puzzle, put the secret message on a notecard with your name as the title. Drag this notecard you just made onto the VKC Easter Basket, located near the landing point at Turing Isle. This will enter your name into the drawing for the Grand Prize.

On Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock SLT, the VKC Easter Basket will disappear and the winners of the Grand Prize will be chosen at random from among the completed notecards in the basket. The grand prize is your choice of a LogSpark Dog Bath for VKC Dogs — Fat Pack or a LogSpark Dog Racer System.

The winners of the drawing will be announced on Monday at about 5 pm, SLT Sunday shortly after 1:00 PM SLT.


Want to talk about the hunt, share clues, get hints? Join the conversation at Virtual Dog Talk and check out the photo clues in the VKC Easter Egg Hunt album.

Update: 2 May 2011: The winners of the Grand Prize have been announced! Congratulations to these winner and to all the hunters who participated. It was grand fun!