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CONTEST: VetGuard Gift Pack!

Since we are knee-deep in flea and tick season, it is more important than ever to protect our pups so they do not have to suffer through the ordeal of having fleas and ticks invade their body.

Many of you followed my test trial on my own dogs this summer and I'm pleased to report that VetGuard has worked wonderfully on Django and Hayley (for half the price on what I normally spent). Some of you may remember the drama that ensued when Hayley contracted fleas a few years ago. Ever since, I have been vigilant about being proactive on the flea front.

Now, I'm happy to offer a VetGuard gift-pack to one lucky reader which will include the following:

VetGuard Plus: Vet grade, triple-action formula that kills fleas and ticks, prevents eggs and larvae from becoming adults, and prevents new pests. 

Minties Dental TreatsSupports total oral health with a triple-action formula that helps clean teeth, freshen breath and control plaque and tartar. 

Hip & Joint ChewsGreat-tasting soft chews that provide total joint health to support your dog. 

Vitamin ChewsBite-sized, easy-to-chew and digest multivitamin and mineral supplement that promotes your dog’s overall health and vitality, providing 19 essential vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.

Skin & Coat ChewsThis treat contains Omega-3 Fatty Acids from fish oil, biotin and antioxidants to help soften and protect your dog’s coat, leaving it smooth and shiny. 

Pill TreatsSoft, hickory smoked bacon flavored treat that dogs love, designed with a built-in tube, perfect for hiding a tablet or capsule.

To enter, 'like' Some Puppy To Love on Facebook and send us a photo of your dog with his/her name and age, as well as your name and address.

One winner will be selected at random on August 25, 2013.


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