The kind folks at IAMS have put together a $250 gift basket for one of our Dogster members to win. In November I did an article about their 10th annual Home 4 the Holidays pet adoption drive. Their goal was to find loving, lifelong homes for more than 1 million orphaned dogs and cats through the participation of 3,000 organizations.
In January I was thrilled to announce that they not only met their goal, they surpassed it.
One Million Eighty-Eight Thousand, Five Hundred and Six Pets have found forever homes since we started this event on October 1st, 2008!
Besides their charity work, IAMS has lots of great dog food products, one to meet all your pet’s nutritional needs. They work hard to guarantee the quality and safety of their products.
Constant, Rigorous Ingredient Inspections
All of our ingredients are evaluated based on strict nutritional quality and safety specifications. These standards must be in place for all ingredients in order to protect against potential quality gaps. For example, in the case of molds, no one grain comes with mold. It can occur in any grain. It is the quality assurance standards a company performs during the manufacturing process that determine if molds are present or if the conditions exist to produce them.
They even have a four week unconditional guarantee, you can try their product and if not completely satisfied get your money back. More importantly, they’re offering a really cool basket of goodies for us to give away.
You can win a basket which includes: Iams dog food and dog supplies (collar, retractable leash, disposable bags, brush, toys, etc.). The best part of the package, however, is that it will include a donation of two Kuranda (http://kuranda.com/catalog/select_donee.php) dog beds to an Iams Home 4 the Holidays shelter of the winner’s choice.
The contest starts today and runs through Sunday, March 1 when I will randomly choose one winner. To enter just leave a comment in the comment section sharing something about your pup, anything at all. For example, we took Bo to a friends house once and all of a sudden we heard a snapping noise. He had gone into the pantry, where the dog food was kept in a plastic tub, unsnapped the lid and had his entire head immersed in the container.