Charlie's Pooch Playoffs - A competition for the ulti-mutt cutie


Get ready for a bracket-style competition for the Cutest Canine! 

How does it work?

For $125 your pup will be entered in a bracket-style competition where $100 will be donated to the Eagle Valley Humane Society. Our goal is to raise $1,600!
In exchange for your donation, each pup receives a photo session, a special gift and a dog and human-friendly s(wag) bag with items from local businesses.
Pet portrait sessions will be available between February 1 and March 8 at Olga Barron Photography. Different days can be scheduled - just ask!
Together, we can really make a difference!

register today!

Survive and Advance!

During March Madness, your pup will be entered in "The Ulti-Mutt Cutie" bracket-style contest where you will be able to invite your family and friends to vote for your pooch in a paw-to-paw bracket match-up on social media. The winners advance to the next round each voting period!

Voting for Pooch Playoffs begins March 11. To vote in the contest, click on the button below.

bracket style competition for the ulti-mutt cutie

Fur babies are your babies

– they are family.

You will have the opportunity to leave the event with beautiful artwork of your valued family member that will be treasured long after they've crossed the Rainbow Bridge.

Register today!


Serving the people and animals of Eagle Valley since 1974

The Eagle Valley Humane Society, EVHS, was established in 1974 to address the needs of homeless animals in Eagle County, Colorado. EVHS is a 501c3 non-profit and all of our funding comes from personal and corporate donations, grants, and fundraisers. EVHS has three employees and relies on the help of many dedicated volunteers. The volunteers participate through fundraising, foster care, socializing the animals, office work and more! Volunteers are our most valuable asset.

The Eagle Valley Humane Society has a beautiful privately-funded cat adoption center by Pazzo’s in Eagle where the public can visit our adult cats that are ready for adoption. The cats enjoy a cageless environment where they can spend time with each other and volunteers socialize with them daily. Young kittens stay in foster homes until they are old enough to be adopted.

They are unique in that all dogs and puppies are kept in foster homes that can provide them with the exercise and stimulation they need until they find their forever families.

EVHS foster volunteers are a very dedicated group and EVHS could not operate without them!