Spot and Dolly, the official treat testers for Friday Freebies, don’t read press releases. That’s my job, along with writing the feature and picking the winners. I did, however, share with them this bit of information about the prize we’re giving away this week, Fruitables Vanilla Snowflake dog treats: Each bag contains 300 snowflakes!
Dolly Thought Bubble: Sure it does. I wasn’t born yesterday.
Spot Thought Bubble: What are snowflakes?
I had to actually show them a video of the Fruitable folks harvesting snowflakes from the mountains of Crested Butte, Colorado, for them to believe me. Once they did, it was time for them to taste.
Dolly’s commented, “Good crunch, hints of pumpkin, vanilla yogurt, granola … I’m not getting any snow, though.”
Spot added, “Me, either. I had better keep eating them until I do.”
They have yet to taste the snowflakes, but to say Spot and Dolly like these treats would be an understatement. We quickly went through the initial bag Fruitables sent us, and I have since purchased three more and plan to stock up soon, as they are a limited-edition holiday treat.
Think your pup has a more discerning palette and can taste the snow? Enter below for a chance to win a bag of Fruitables Vanilla Snowflake and find out. We have five to give away!
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 whether or not he likes snow, or winter in general if you live in an area that doesn’t get the white stuff. Our favorite comments win. You must be a resident of the U.S. to score this prize.
- Check your email for a “You’ve Won!” message from us after noon PST on Friday, Dec. 26. We’ll give each winner two days to respond before moving on to our next favorite.
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