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FREE #RoyalCanin Dog Food At Your Local Pet Store This Month, Plus Win 20 lbs of FREE Dog Food!

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Django eagerly awaiting dinnertime! 
When I hear about a bargain, particularly a bargain for pet lovers, I like to share it. Most of us will put our pets first when it comes to their health and dietary needs, even above our own. So it is with that in mind that I am super excited to write this post today.

Royal Canin, a premiere dog food brand from the U.K. will be giving away free samples of their products over the next two weeks. The nice thing about Royal Canin is that as a company, they take a unique approach to feeding pets. 

Instead of offering a one version fits all, and changing up flavor varieties, Royal Canin takes a "scientific approach to create diets designed to cater to the specific needs of pets of all shapes, sizes, ages, lifestyles and breeds".

For dogs, they offer: Mini Puppy, Mini Adult, Yorkshire Terrier Puppy, Yorkshire Terrier Adult, Chihuahua Puppy and Chihuahua Adult. They also carry cat food in the following varieties: Indoor Adult 27, Indoor Light, Indoor Intense hairball, Special and Kitten.

In store giveaways take place at the following locations:

November 2nd
Beasty Feast: 630 Hudson Street, NYC; 10am – 2pm 
Hoboken Pet: 524 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ; 11am-3pm

November 9th
Petopia: 29 Avenue A, NYC; 10am-2pm
Corrado’s: 600 Getty Avenue, Clifton, NJ; Noon-4pm 

Don't live the NYC tri-state area? No problem, you can go to the Royal Canin website and plug in your zip code to find a participating store near you. And if you still cannot locate a store close enough, then you can claim a $3 coupon to use in your local pet food store. The website will show you stores in your area that sell Royal Canin.

In addition, we are holding a Royal Canin dog food contest. One lucky winner will receive 20 lbs. courtesy of Royal Canin dog food! 

Check out our contest here and good luck!

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Congratulations to Carol Esovski from San Jose, CA on being chosen as the winner of this Royal Canin contest!

"I am blogging on behalf of BlogPaws Pet Blogger Network and Royal Canin. I received compensation for my time from Royal Canin for sharing the information in this post, but the views expressed here are solely mine."


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