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Doll crowned winner of second Queens Critters contest

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Bayside resident Denise Clarino sent in this photo of Dolly, a six-year-old Cairn Terrier. Photo courtesy Denise Clarino
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Bayside resident Anne-Marie Baumis sent in this photo of her chihuahuas Sophie, (l.) age 6, and Elsie, age 9. "This is their Christmas portrait and as you can imagine it was difficult getting 2 dogs to pose. We finally nailed it on the 121st picture," Baumis wrote. Photo courtesy Anne-Marie Baumis
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Jackson Heights resident Patricia M. Reyes sent in this photo of Honey, a six-year-old Pomeranian. Photo courtesy Patricia Reyes
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Kiwi the two-year-old bunny and Rambo the one-year-old cat snuggle. Photo courtesy Alison Buatti
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Brett sent in this photo of Puma, (l.) a three-year-old Norwich Terrier, and Bear, a four-year-old West Highland White Terrier. The brother and sister are from College Point. Photo courtesy Brett

Dolly, a 6-year-old Cairn Terrier owned by Denise Clarino of Bayside, is the winner of this edition of the TimesLedger Newspapers’ Queens Critter contest.

We want to see more of your furry and hairless friends at play, at work and just hanging out with their own crowd. All kinds of pets from felines to canines to equines are welcome.

To enter, simply e-mail a photo of your pet to QueensCritters@gmail.com. In the future, please include the name and age of your pet, the name of the owner and what neighborhood you are from.

By sending a photo, you acknowledge that we may us it in the paper, on our website, and otherwise in accordance with our Terms of Use. Your photo may be included in an on-line gallery on the www.TimesLedger.com website.

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