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Win $120 Worth of HomeGoods Pet Products for Your Dog

One lucky Dogster reader will get a dog bed -- large or small -- as well as a stoneware bowl and two ball toys.

 |  Jul 24th 2012  |   98 Contributions


Psst! Looking to treat your dog to a new bed or toy but don't have a ton of cash to spend? Check out HomeGoods, whose stores are stocked with designer and brand-name furnishings and accessories for every room in your (dog)house at far lower prices than in fancier high-end shops.

The generous folks at HomeGoods have put together a gift package of some of their favorite canine products -- and one lucky reader will win! This package has a $120 retail value.

The prizes

  • A dog bed -- you can choose large or small, depending on your dog. The large bed was made by Pillow Perfect and features a brown and gold stripe. The smaller bed looks like a miniature human armchair and is upholstered in a plain gray fabric, so you can cover it with a throw or blanket that matches your home.
  • A Pooch Medium Dog bowl made of dishwasher-safe stoneware
  • A Toss N Clutch ball toy with rope attached
  • A Soft Flex Swirl Ball with molded squeaker

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Choose one of these beds, depending on your dog's size.

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How to Enter

First of all, look at the pictures above and decide whether you'd like to win a small or a large bed for your pup. Then use the comments section below to tell us what a sleep-in looks like for you and your dog.

All entries must be received by Tuesday, July 31, 2012 at noon PST. To be eligible to win, you must use your Disqus account to comment below. Creating a profile and avatar takes just a minute, and it's a great way to participate in Dogster's community of people who are passionate about dogs.

We'll notify the winner by e-mail; you have two days to respond or we'll pick someone else. That's just how it goes. Good luck, everyone!

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