It's time to make your fur baby a star.

Portillo's is an Illinois staple. When you hear the words "Portillo's Dog" you probably picture this ...

But the latest contest from Portillo's is asking you to change the way you think about Portillo's dogs for the week. You should be picturing something more along the lines of ...

This cutie! Or this guy ...

Are you getting the contest yet? Basically they want to see your cute dog and give them free stuff. Sounds like a pretty sweet deal to me. Especially considering I have one of the cutest dogs in the world. I might be biased, I'll let you decide.

How cute would she look all dressed up in some Portillo's gear?

Portillo’s is celebrating National Hot Dog Week July 19 through July 25 with a Pup-parazzi Giveaway. That means you have until Sunday to enter to win. How do you get your pup entered?

You can submit photos of your pups on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and tag Portillo’s (or #portilloshotdog) for a chance to win a Portillo’s dog bowl, pet bandana and Portillo’s gift card. The best part is they aren't just picking one pooch!

Portillo's says fifty winners will be randomly selected at the end of Hot Dog Week. You can check out their website for the official rules.

What better way to celebrate hot dog week than to get some free swag for your actual dog? You should also probably get an actual hot dog from Portillo's while you're at it. It is National Hot Dog week after all!

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