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Enter to Win a Fart & Away Aromatherapy Candle from Sniff

These candles help you deal with this unpleasant reality with ingredients such as floral ylang ylang, tuberose, white tea, myrtle, and fennel.

 |  Apr 11th 2014  |   26 Contributions


Several times a day, a fart wafts my way from the direction of Spot or Dolly. My dogs eat a high-quality food, but as Boston Terriers they ingest more air while doing so than longer-nosed breeds. I deal with it by simply calling the culprit a stinky farter and getting back to whatever I was doing.

Turns out, I could be lighting a candle instead -- or in addition to, as I enjoy using the nickname. Sniff Pet Products makes a Fart & Away soy aromatherapy candle that helps with both the smell and its cause through ingredients such as floral ylang ylang, tuberose, white tea, myrtle, and fennel.

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We have three Fart & Away candles to give away this week. Simply follow the instructions below and be well on your way to a more pleasant-smelling home.

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  2. Comment below using your Disqus account, telling us about your dogs and their flatulence issues. Can their clear a room? Have their stinky farts ever embarrassed you in front of company? Bonus points for photos of the culprits! Our favorite photos/comments win. You must be a U.S. resident to score this prize.
  3. Check your email for a “You've Won!” message from us after noon PST on Thursday, April 17. We'll give each winner two days to respond before moving on to our next favorite.

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