Content Submission Policy

General Information:

Hale Pet Door wants you to enjoy your shopping experience at by providing an environment that promotes our ideals to provide pets with safe products and safe homes. Most of our staff members are just like you; we own and love our pets too. We want you to have an opportunity to showcase your pet and its memorable moments. We also want to promote animal shelters and a dedicated process to find every pet a home. Our “Pet Hall of Fame” and other submissions are an important part of our site so we jealously guard the information you submit or request from us.

We reserve the right to reject any submission that in our sole judgment:

  • Is threatening, deceptive, defamatory, obscene, pornographic, abusive in any way, inappropriate or profane, or that could give rise to any civil or criminal liability.

  • Any material sent from anonymous or false address, which may contain virus corrupt files, Trojan horses, or any material that may damage our site and/or corrupt services.

  • Any material that could infringe rights of privacy, publicity, copyrights or other property rights without the permission of the owner of these rights.

  • Any material that promotes bigotry, illegal activity, racism, hatred or harm against individual, group or animal or which we deem inappropriate for any other reason.

Photographs should have the following characteristics:

  • Animal centered in picture

  • Good contrast of the light and dark elements (do not send a picture of a black pet against a black chair)

  • Sharp images –not blurred

  • Picture taken on the same level

 What kinds of photos do we accept?

We accept prints and digital files in .jpg (jpeg) or .png format. We may also be able to use files in .tif or .gif formats.  Bitmap (.bmp) files are generally too large to upload properly.  You may send these files by mail or electronically. We reserve the right to modify the pixel density of a picture so that the size will not slow website content delivery rates. Text submission should be presented in softcopy as a standard text file or rich text file format.