Every day between now and December 24th, we’ll be giving away great prizes – plus every time you enter to win a daily prize, you’ll be entered to win our fabulous Grand Prize Package worth more than $800 featuring gifts from each of our 24 fantastic sponsors!
Today’s sponsor is Planet Dog
Retailers and other pet industry members who attended the Total Pet Expo last weekend were barking about Orbee-Tuff Snoop, Planet Dog’s latest tail-wagging creation. In fact they barked so loud that the new toy was awarded the coveted GOLD award for Best New Product Innovation at the show.
Orbee-Tuff Snoop challenges and triggers the brain in fun and stimulating ways. It is a unique, translucent and squishy toy with a deep crevice that conceals the treasure. When filled with treats, dogs pounce, nudge, nose, and nibble to release the hidden reward. For extra credit Planet Dog suggests inserting any 2.5” Orbee-Tuff ball (also stuffed with treats) for a double puzzle such as the Glow for Good Ball. Snoop is 5” and available in two colors – orange and blue.
Planet Dog is proud to donate 2% of every purchase to the Planet Dog Foundation (PDF) to support canine service programs nationwide. Since January 2006, PDF has given away more than $1 million dollars in cash grants and in-kind product donations to help more dogs help more people in need. In addition, PDF receives 100% of the profits from its best-selling Orbee-Tuff® Glow for Good Ball.
Today’s prize will be an Orbee-Tuff Snoop toy, The Glow for Good Ball and 2 boxes of Eats Treats!
Have you missed a few days of our Giveaway Advent Calendar? Don’t fret – you can go back and enter any giveaways you have missed! Click here to see the full Advent Calendar for Dog Lovers and come back every day until Dec. 24th to find great new prizes.
DISCLOSURE: The Advent Calendar for Dog Lovers is a sponsored event. Companies have paid for inclusion and are providing all prizes. All product information was provided by the brands. Any opinions are expressed are the 100% genuine opinion of this blogger and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of all the event hosts.