Win a Train & Treat Prize Pack from In the Company of Animals and Spring Naturals
Training takes time -- and plenty of positive rewards such as treats. To help with the process, In the Company of Animals and Spring Naturals have teamed up to give five Dogster readers a Train & Treat Prize each.
The prize includes the new Halti Optifit head collar from In the Company of Animals. Designed by company founder and animal psychologist Roger Mugford, the nylon head collar fits comfortably around a dog's face thanks to total adjustability and internal padding.
If the dog pulls or lunges while on the leash, the head collar transfers the forward motion to turn his or her head sideways, discouraging the behavior. The head collar even features reflective strips for added visibility when walking at night.
The prize also comes with a bag of Spring Naturals baked treats. Available in beef, chicken and lamb, turkey, and turkey and salmon, each flavor also contains whole veggies, fruits and grains, but no wheat, gluten, corn, soy, by-products, or artificial preservatives, flavors or colors.
I can vouch for these treats personally, as my dogs are big fans of the beef flavor. Spot and Dolly get them as rewards for good behavior during our walks around the neighborhood.
Would you like to win one of the five Train & Treat Prizes we have to give away? If so, follow the directions below.
How to Enter
- Create a Disqus account, if you haven't already, and include a valid email. It takes just a minute and allows you to better participate in Dogster's community of people who are passionate about dogs. If you already have a Disqus account, check it to ensure the account includes a valid email.
- Comment below using your Disqus account, telling us about your dog and his or her less-than-perfect behavior on the leash. Bonus points for photos! Our favorite photo/comment wins. You must be a U.S. resident to score this prize.
- Check your email for a “You've Won!” message from me after noon PST on Thursday, May 15. I'll give the winner two days to respond before moving on to our next favorite.
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