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A Life-Size, Custom-Made Lego Version of Your Dog Is a Thing You Could Own

Legoland is offering one lucky dog owner across Australia exactly that.
By Sarah Ward
August 29, 2019
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A Life-Size, Custom-Made Lego Version of Your Dog Is a Thing You Could Own

Legoland is offering one lucky dog owner across Australia exactly that.
By Sarah Ward
August 29, 2019
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There are many ways that you can show love for your pet pooch, especially in these extremely dog-friendly times. Want to take Fido to a music festivalHead to a pub with Coco? Let Rex loose at a Halloween party for canines? Yes, you can do just that — and have your four-legged bestie's cute face plastered across your swimmers, too, because the list really does go on.

Only one adorable pupper can get immortalised in Lego, however. We're not talking about just sticking a few bricks together at home, either. Inspired by International Dog Day, Melbourne's Legoland Discovery Centre will build a life-size replica of one lucky doggo. The celebratory date was actually this past Monday, but the competition runs until 11.59pm on Friday, September 2o.

If you're already clearing a spot for your new Lego addition to the family — and wondering how your fluffball will react to their own likeness — you'll need to submit a photo of your pooch on the Legoland Discovery Centre's Facebook page, specifically to its competition post. You'll also need to explain why your dachshund or dalmatian should get the Lego treatment, which shouldn't be hard. Serve up the best answer, and a master builder (yes, that's a real thing) will recreate your dog with in tiny plastic bricks.

While the contest terms and conditions don't require entrants to live in Melbourne, the winner will be unveiled there in November — and you'll need to head by in person to pick up your prize.

You'll also need to like the Legoland Discovery Centre's Facebook page to enter, and include your pet's name, age, breed and one crazy fact about them with your submission. If your canine can walk on its hind legs or bark to a tune, don't keep that detail to yourself.

To enter the Lego Dog Competition, visit the Legoland Discovery Centre Facebook page before 11.59pm on Friday, September 2o.

Published on August 29, 2019 by Sarah Ward

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