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CONTEST HAS ENDED!

All Dog Blog wants to thank all of their followers and readers!

We have been promising a GREAT GIVEAWAY for a little while now, and it’s time that we have delivered!

We have been so grateful to come in to the blogging world and be successful from the beginning.  The only reason we have been able to take the blogging world by storm is because of you, the readers and followers.  To say ‘Thank You’ we want to offer you the chance to WIN a great and awesome product that has also hit the pet-world by storm:

The Pedi-Paws!

If you haven’t purchased this great product yet, we want to give you the chance to WIN one!

From personal experience, both personally and professionally, I know that trimming your dog’s nails can be an extreme challenge.  A lot of dogs just don’t appreciate how important it is to have a timely pedicure, and often fight you in your efforts.  When I first become a pet owner I was extremely anxious about cutting my dog’s nails.  I had no idea on how to do it, yet I didn’t want to spend the money to have someone else do it every month, but had no other options available.  When I become educated about the process, and how to trim a dog’s nails professionally, I began to become aware on how uncomfortable this process this is for our pets.  Most dogs do NOT like having their nails cut.  Unless you’ve been preparing them for it, handling their paws, playing with their nails, and gently trimming them yourself since they were weeks old, you’ve become a “My dog hates his nails trimmed.” person.  Ever since then I have been strongly recommending that all new puppy and pet owners to play with their dog’s paws.  Yes, it’s that important.

In order for you to properly cut a dog’s nails yourself, there is a certain art to it.  You need to know where to cut so you don’t cause unnecessary pain to your dog, and lessen your chances as a pet owner of being anxious.  Even if you’re an expert at cutting your dog’s nails, just admit it…you’re nervous every time.

Enters:  the Pedi-Paws.

Because having a happy and healthy dog is important to our readers and followers, we want to give you the chance to WIN such a great product, and ease your mind a bit!

How you can enter our very first giveaway:

  • 1.  Comment on this post and tell us what breed of dog(s) you have, and/or your nail-trimming horror story, and why you feel you need a Pedi-Paws!

That’s it!

We know how difficult and important it is to keep your dog trimmed and in top grooming condition!

Contest ends July 31, 2009 and the winner be selected at random by Random.org on August 1st.  You will be notified by e-mail and have 24-hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.

Good Luck!

CONTEST HAS ENDED!

14 Thoughts on “All Dog Blog’s First Giveaway! WIN A PEDI-PAWS! -ENDED-

  1. elaina on July 17, 2009 at 12:28 pm said:

    I have a big lump of a Basset Hound named Ella who refuses to allow me to trim her nails. She’s too big for me to manhandle (doghandle?) so I end up paying the vet a fortune to do it. The PediPaws would be so helpful! smalltownbeatnik at gmail

  2. I have a boxer now, who’s hyper and won’t let us cut her nails at ALL! She squirms like crazy. My old dog threw a fit when the vet was clipping them, and everyone next door thought he was literally dying- no kidding.

  3. I have a beagle who never sists still. I would rather not clip his nails so i’ve been chickening out. I asked the vet when i thought it was time to clip his nails and she had a horrified look on her face

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  5. carolyn on July 20, 2009 at 1:59 pm said:

    I really need this for my dog clippers are not working.

  6. Nancy on July 20, 2009 at 8:24 pm said:

    Our Westie, Charlie, would benefit if we were lucky enough to win this!

  7. i have 2 dogs. both are rescue dogs of mixed blood. mystery puppy is sort of shepherd like. oscar wild is lots of terriers. it would be nice if we could do their nails without fear of getting them too close.

  8. Lisa R on July 21, 2009 at 12:03 pm said:

    I have a choc lab. I am afraid of cutting his nails for fear of them bleeding. my little 9 year old keeps telling me to buy this product

  9. THIS IS A WONDERFUL GIVEAWAY, IWOULD LOVE TO WIN.. I HAVE 4 DOGS, TWO WERE MY GRANDMOTHERS WHO RECENTLY PASSED AWAY, SHE RESCUED THEM OFF THE SIDE OF THE ROAD, I GUSS WHERE SOMEONE SIT THEM OUT. SHE LOVED THEM SO MUCH , SO I COULD’NT BARE TO PART WITH THEM ,BECAUSE SHE LOVED THEM SO MUCH, I CAN’T AFFORD TO PAY TO HAVE THEM CLIPED, SURE WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A PEDI PAW. THANKS FOR THE GIVE AWAY.

  10. Tricia Z on July 21, 2009 at 5:56 pm said:

    My daughter will be receiving a diabetes alert dog named Lucky this summer, and we want to give him the best care possible! Thank you for this chance!

  11. We have a Chocolate Lab. She is such a sweetie. Sadly, a few times we have trimmed her nails, she bled a bit. I felt HORRIBLE, she didn’t seem to notice she was bleeding – but still, it just pained me to see that. I SO need Pedi-Paws!!

  12. I have a three year old Lab mix, a 13 year old Rottie X Australian Shepard mix, and a 10 year old Lab mix. This would be amazing to have for these big dogs!

  13. I would love to win this for my mom’s dog. She is a beagle mix and absolutely HATES having her nails trimmed. They could really use this to make the task of trimming her nails easier!

  14. elizabeth on July 30, 2009 at 8:29 pm said:

    I have a jack russel terrier. He is getting on in age and it would be so much kinder and easier to clip at home without pain. I have seen these around and have been dying to try one out on the dog. Great opportunity. thank you

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