We had a lot of participation in this Giveaway and I hope to host another one soon. It was fun to share the quality sample products I receive as a blogger. [Read more…]
Giveaway of sample products and informational materials for handicapped pets and pets with disabilities and special needs.
As a blogger, I write about a lot of products for both healthy and disabled pets. That means I receive lots of samples. Most are used by my dogs and cats for the reviews, but some companies are generous and send more than we need. I wasn’t sure what to do with the samples so started a shelf in my pantry for them.
Then I read a post from Maggie at Oh My Dog blog. She offered her sample products in a big end of summer Giveaway. I am following her lead with my own End of Summer Super Sample Pet Product Giveaway. Below are a list of the products and how to enter. I hope you win! [Read more…]
I am excited to be announcing the Barkertime Drag Bag Giveaway winner. We ran the giveaway in April and the cutie in the picture above is the winner. Barkertime is one of my favorite brands for incontinent dogs. They are perfectionists who design every type of product conceivable to keep dogs and cats dry. The company wanted to be sure the little dachshund who won the contest and his pet dad were 100 percent happy before announcing them, so I am thrilled to be able to do it now. [Read more…]
We have a winner for the Petnostics At-Home Diagnostic Test Kit Giveaway. [Read more…]
Thanks to technology, apps, and cell phones you can order just about anything online and have it delivered to your home. The folks at Petnostics took that idea and combined it with cutting edge science. Imagine having the ability to check your pet’s health with at-home diagnostic tests. It would make life easier if you have to monitor a pet for an ongoing illness.
The first product Petnostics developed was a urinalysis kit for diagnosing urinary tract infections. It was the perfect test kit for paralyzed dogs and cats who are prone to recurring UTIs. Petnostics just released two new at-home diagnostic tests for pets. One checks for bladder stones and the other monitors pets with diabetes.