Canine Car-Seat Cover Contest Results -- And a Great Offer for Dogster Readers!
Dogsters, you really came through with some terrific comments about your dogs' hair/fur -- and how much of it doesn't stay on your dog -- for our Waghearted Canine Car-Seat Cover Contest. Dog hair is a problem we just can't shed, it seems.
The winner of the car-seat cover, drawn randomly from our pool of commenters who mentioned something about their dog's hair/fur, is Terry, who left a funny tale of her Keeshond's first major shed of her double coat. Congratulations, Terry!
Thank you to everyone who participated in this fun contest. If you didn't win, and you would still like a car-seat cover, I have great news! The kindly people at Waghearted are reducing the price of the car-seat cover for Dogster readers from $29.99 + shipping to $15 + $5 shipping anywhere in U.S. And get this: They are going to donate 100 percent of the money from Dogster car-seat cover sales to Muttville Senior Dog Rescue! We're not talking a portion of the profits: Every penny you send them for the car seat cover will go right to Muttville! Talk about a win-win situation: Your car seat stays fur-free, and a great organization that helps senior dogs gets a much-needed donation! (The Waghearted people put their money where their mouth is when they say they are socially conscious!)
To order, go to the Waghearted Products page and click on the image of the car seat cover. (Feel free to have a sniff around for some other really cool doggy doodads while on the products page). That's just to make sure you know what you're ordering. Then you'll need to click on the Contact Us page and fill in the info and include your phone number. They will contact you to take your order. Or you can call simply phone Waghearted at 415/730-4423 to place your order. Be sure to tell them you saw the offer on Dogster to get your discount and make your indirect contribution to Muttville!
This offer is good through the end of June 2010.
A big round of applause for Waghearted!!! And here's to socially conscious companies, old dogs getting new homes, and fur-free back seats.