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Enter Your Pet Into the San Elijo Hills Cutest Pet Contest

 

We are excited to announce the first annual San Elijo Hills Cutest Pet Contest! Grab your best buddy and a camera and capture your picture perfect pet enjoying a favorite spot in San Elijo Hills.

Whether your pet loves to parade around the park, be the toast of Towncenter, hike the trails, or curl up on the couch in your lovely San Elijo Hills home, your pet could win some droolworthy prizes, so head for the hills and start snapping. Deadline for submissions is November 14, and winners will be announced via Facebook on November 22.

All resident and non-resident pet owners are welcome to enter the contest, as long as the photo is taken in San Elijo Hills. The three pets with the most Facebook “Likes“ will win one of the following fabulous prizes:

• Professional Pet Photography Package by Tristan Quigley Designs

• Dexter’s Deli Gift Card

• Dogtopia Spa Package

Click here to visit our Facebook page for official rules and to enter your pet into the contest.

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors!

Dexter’s Deli

Dogtopia

Tristan Quigley Designs

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San Elijo Hills in the news on cbs8.com “Cozy community comes alive”

SAN ELIJO HILLS (CBS 8) – In the morning fog, the community of San Elijo Hills raises out of the mist like a mirage.

“People are still confused as to where San Elijo Hills is,” resident Owen said.

Owen runs Dexter’s Deli in the heart of the quaint town square where pampered pooches mack on beef tracheas and custom-designed layer cakes.

“People still call us every day wondering where the heck we are located. They can’t find us, their GPS is sending them to dead ends,” Owen said.

So where exactly are we?

“Pretty close to Carlsbad, right on the edge of San Marcos,” a resident said.

People who have found it tend to love its folksy feel. “It’s very sweet. It’s a very cute town,” a resident said.

There are tree-lined streets just beginning to sprout their fall plumage, charming parks, festive fountains and distinctive brick edifices. It’s as if the village was designed by Department 56, thus earning San Elijo Hills its nickname. READ MORE VIA KFMB