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PetGuide.com Reader Appreciation Giveaway

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Wow, what a year! PetGuide had a fantastic 2014 and it wouldn’t be possible if it wasn’t for your support. You guys are the best – you make us feel so warm and fuzzy! And to show how thankful we are, we’re pleased to present our Reader Appreciation Giveaway, on now until Wednesday, December 23. There are three awesome prizes up for grabs and entering to win is super easy.

But first, let’s go over the loot.

Small NoseOur Grand Prize is courtesy of Flirt & Flutter Handcrafted Jewelry. You have a chance to win a $215 Custom Pet Nose Print sterling silver pendant and chain from jewelry artist Kaleen Wolfe. This one-of-a-kind keepsake is on my Christmas list and I’m so happy to be able to give it to one of our readers. Made from sterling silver, the pendant is crafted using an actual non-toxic mold of your cat or dog’s nose and is inscribed with your pet’s name on the back. The winner can use the $215 for the small dog or cat Custom Pet Nose Print, or use it toward the purchase of medium or large size dog nose pendant and necklace.

We also have two runner-up prizes to give away: two $50 pet store gift certificates.

So how do you enter to win? Simple:

Just submit a comment in the comment section below with either a link to your favorite story or review from PetGuide.com. Alternatively, you can tell us what you like best about our site or what you’d like to see more of in 2015. Want to see more reviews? Top 10 lists? Contests? Recipes? News? Let us know! You’re welcome to comment as many times as you like, but we will only count your name once in the drawing.

We’ll get in touch with you via e-mail once the contest closes (on Wednesday, December 23 at 11:59 a.m. EST), so be sure to use an address you will check if you’re a guest on Disqus. You will have 24 hours to respond with a mailing address. This contest is open to residents of Canada and U.S.

Happy howl-idays,

Amy, Oscar and the PetGuide.com team

Click here for full contest Rules & Regulations


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