Thursday, 11 September 2014

To celebrate International Pet Blogger Month.... a PetShopBowl giveaway!

September is International Pet Blogger Month, so to celebrate, we are running a giveaway in conjunction with PetShopBowl, for the opportunity to win a humungous 15kg bag (about a months supply depending on dog size) of Eukanuba complete dog food (RRP £54.99) PLUS two bags of Eukanuba Healthy Biscuits dog treats!



The sponsors of this giveaway, PetShopBowl, are a nationwide delivery subscription service (although subscribing is not mandatory, you can do one off orders too like any other pet shop site), run by a team of friendly, helpful staff dedicated to helping you save time and money.  For more information about PetShopBowl, we did a recent review of some of the products on offer and their service just a few weeks ago - you can read it here.

The winner of the giveaway will receive the 15kg bag of Eukanuba complete dog food, tailored to the size of their dog, plus two bags of Eukanuba Healthy Biscuits.  And if you don't want to enter for yourself, how about entering to win the prize for a dog rescue?  And of course, it will be free delivery to the required address.  This giveaway is restricted to UK entries only, unless any of our overseas friends would like to enter on behalf of a UK rescue / shelter!

Entry requirements are to sign up to the PetShopBowl newsletter, plus a number of other entries to improve your chances of winning.

Good luck!


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    1. Love spaniels esp my sprocker

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  2. Barbour dog coat for my Newfoundland

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  3. her ruffwear harness. when we got our dog she had never been for walks and had a bad back. with her harness we can walk her easily and get her over steps and walls as she cannot climb or jump

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  4. when 2 of mine were babies I bought red coats that had legs in the but did up on top not underneath.. never seen theses coats again and they are the best ive seen... I really could do with a couple more as these are like 10 years old or more now

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  5. Lavender spray from.pets at home. Makes my red setter puppy smell fresh

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  6. Deep conditioner from Pets at Home, ideal when she's been out in the wet weather for getting knots out of her paws!

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  7. A Frisbee - he loves it and it completely knackers him out!

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  8. A water fountain & a raised feeding bowl.

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  9. Nice smelling shampoo as all 3 love to get muddy when out on park walks!

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  10. a teddy she adores it

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  11. id say ours was one of them sticks you place in the garden that dogs smell and it encourages them to wee there... its been great and really helped our two to learn where to wee.... not sure of its proper name

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  12. We took a stray in and one of our best buys was the laser pen-light that kept him amused for hours, and did the same for his fluffy girlfriend when he moved her in too! Next-door-neighbor's kitten seems to like this to play with too and he does give us a few giggles with his antics!

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  13. Well I only just picked up my Cocker Spaniel pup today so nothing for her yet, but I once bought my mare a horse football which she thought was the scariest thing ever!

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  14. Thornits - couldn't be without it

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  15. We will take pot luck how's about that? Great idea. Have a fabulous Friday Lottie.
    Best wishes Molly

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  16. A loving home, nothing could be more valuable to a dog than that.

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  17. A big cosy bed which keeps her off my bed x

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  18. My westie has itchy skin so we have a herbal cream to treat it which is invaluable as she would be bald without it.

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  19. Two balls of wool, I was knitting a scarf and ran out of wool, the wool was £9 a ball and I decided I decided I wasnt doing to continue knitting it as it was costing too much. Vegas our Great Dane X Ridgeback has claimed the knitting and she carries it around with her like a comfort toy. She loves it!

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  20. Not purchased .. but claimed my grandsons first soft toy a shaun the sheep was stolen by our min pin Millie, it goes everywhere with her and I have to steal it from her to wash it .. she loves it to bits xx

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  21. The spray I use when doggy has had an 'accident' on the carpet!

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  22. the most in expensive which is a fave of my springers is tennis balls xx

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  23. Wow..lets see...We had a flea infestation a few months ago..so I would have to say the amount of money I had to spend on getting all the cats and the dog treated by a Vet, and having the entire house exterminated.
    :/ hehe
    Apart from that I'm a huge fan og "Kong". :)
    I have an English Springer boy.


    ERFmama | www.erfmission.com

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  24. I bought my miniature poodle an expensive dog bed - cost a lot of money but we've had it for years and she absolutely loves it!

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  25. The best thing we have got Freya is a squeaky Kong tennis ball. She adores it.

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  26. muscle and anti inflammatory medication

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  27. The most useful thing I have ever bought my labrador bitch Sally is a huge towel as she can't keep out of water, she just loves sploshing around - it doesn't matter if the water is clean or dirty as it's all good fun.

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  28. A second dog, as a companion :)

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  29. A lovely Cosy Dog bed which he loves and it keeps him off my bed so I have some room!!

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  30. a kong chew toy because its indestructible!
    @cee_cee54
    katie corr

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  31. My dog love his rope twist chew toy

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  32. bug proof bed, it's a godsend considering how much he runs about

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  33. A little red tatty teddy years ago. She never sleeps without him and shows him to people she loves :)

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  34. A comfy armchair of his own, so he felt like one of us

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  35. A ball launcher, it only cost £1, keeps him fit, he loves playing fetch so it keeps him happy, the whole family love using it so gets them outdoors too and he is a big black sometimes dopey Labrador who goes hell for leather for the ball, misses, somersaults and gives us all a great big belly laugh.

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  36. His dog pyjamas because then we can get his fur trimmed and he doesn't sit there shivering anymore. Had to get 2 pairs for him, and he looks so cute in them!

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  37. A king sized duvet for a bed - he loves burying himself in it!

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  38. A t-shirt to stop her getting pollen on her when going todog training, ( which is in a field) which gives her a rash

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  39. An Ovis foam memory bed when he turned 15 x

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  40. A ball launcher that's like a slingshot :)

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  41. A kong. I have an English bull terrier who is 7, and it's still going strong despite being thrown, left outside, played tug with, fetch, generally chased around the garden and pounced on. Worth every penny....so tough.

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  42. A large plastic chew resistant dog bed as she kept chewing up the padded ones we bought her.

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  43. a soft toy he loves it

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  44. A puppy crate was invaluable.I only used if I went out but it saved me a fortune in replacing chewed up furniture which I would have inevitably returned to.

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  45. A magnetic collar - I thought it probably wouldn't make a difference but it has and Bella is getting up the stairs much better than before.

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  46. I bought her from a rescue centre after she had been found abandoned in a layby and badly treated . I gave her my family and our unconditional love. That's the best gift you can give to such a wonderful little dog

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  47. Some shoe insoles - I didn't even have to buy them but she loves chewing them and pulling them to pieces

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  48. magnetic collar - for my cats - stops all the other cats coming in and eating their food!

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  49. he just loves his toys so i do tend to spoil him with loads

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  50. Their travel harnesses for the car.

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  51. A huge bed - far too big for our doggy lol

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  52. besides food - comfy doggy bed

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  53. A tug of war rope

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  54. A nylabone, my miniature daschunds love them!

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  55. I,m getting a light collar as hes total jet black shitzu in the evening walk you cant see him at all this way everyone can see him

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  56. A clock that ticks, we put in under a pillow when he was a pup and it soothed him to sleep and he slept with it every night

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  57. a marrowbone from the butcher which got nibbled, marrow licked out as far as the tongue could reach, buried, dug up, buried again and then hidden in the shrubbery. Hours, days and weeks of pleasure!

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  58. the Puppia harness, it is comfortable for her to wear, and stops me pulling her neck on a walk

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  59. her football shirt to show she supports the local team

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  60. the carrier and a comfy bed :D

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  61. A little drinking fountain, it seems really silly but it encourages her to drink more water :-)

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  62. cheap soft toys for throwing/fetch

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  63. His Tuffys nest bed, i splashed out on it but it's amazing and he loves it =)

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  64. A really comfy dog bed, he loves it.

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  65. Tennis balls, she loves playing fetch

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  66. Pet plan pet insurance. Bought us peace of mind for our 3 babies

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  67. Tennis ball launcher. Loved it with a passion since he got it.

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  68. a good harness my dog pulls a lot and a ollar just chokes her. And i have better control over her with it xx

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  69. A haltie harness for my cocker spaniel as it stops her pulling but is also gentle.

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  70. Pet passport so they can come on holidays with us.

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  71. A good grooming rake as we have a husky and lab!

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  72. A microchip as I know that if God forbid I lose him that I will get him back. He once disappeared on a walk (fright of my life) -got him back after hunting for hours. We try to let him off the lead but on some walks we do so I feel that microchip was a good buy.

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  73. A wooly jumper at christmas, my Jack Russell really feels the cold in winter x

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  74. A ball, he loves it and will spend hours chasing it!

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  75. A Halti head collar it's fantastic, my Akita used to pull & due to her size & strength walks were not pleasurable, I tried a harness but it seemed to make things worse. With the Halti she walks nicely beside me with no pulling & walking is enjoyable again for both of us & the lead feels light as a feather - great product! :)

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  76. Halti head collar was recommended to me when I first got my first puppy and I have never looked back. A great piece of advise from the puppy trainer. All my dogs have had the Halti's and I would not change to anything else.

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  77. His cage - its his little home in home!

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  78. I think our Pet insurance! My collie cross hated us leaving her, and when she was younger went so mad at us leaving she jumped from the upstairs bedroom window, dislocating her hip. It was dreadful as she was in so much pain at the time, but without the insurance we had, it could have been even worse. Now she is an old old lady of 19 and still going strong, her legs aren't what they used to be, but for a rescue dog, she is amazing, and she loves nothing more than to snuggle up to our Border Collie Meldrew and just watch everything going on! :-) x

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  79. Squeaky toys, otherwise he would have chewed the carpet, the bedding and more. My neighbour's dog chewed his new wooden floor!!!

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  80. Her chuck it ultra ball - this is basically the only ball that has lasted more than a day (we are now upto 8 weeks) and it's still going strong! Expensive but well worth the money :)

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