S.N.A.P.pin' & Skatin' into June
Keep on S.N.A.P.pin’, Pack Members!
May 2011 — Dog Month - And the WINNER is …
Betty & Barney Bradley!
A big round of A-PAWS to BARNEY & BETTY! They are the winners of the $200.00 S.N.A.P. prize package! Their smiling faces had the most “likes” by midnight with a total of 90. Thank you to their humans for posting the photo and giving us all a reason to smile.
Lakeland Animal Shelter and Bichon & Little Buddies Rescue will each receive $31.50.
The S.N.A.P. Contest continues for June with People Month (post all those Happy Humans).
The American Cancer Society and The Alzheimer’s Association will each receive $100 if we have 200 photo entries.
The prize package for the People Month is $215.00 Value and contains: a $50.00 Gift Certificate, Young Living Lavender Oil, Candle, Daisy Paw Essential Oil Diffuser, Fresh Wave Gel Jar, Sammy Snacks, Key Chain, Dog Walkers Bath Kit, Three Dog Bakery Treats, Roll Over Rover Sweatshirt and Wag More Bark Less sticker.
Natural Balance Skateboard
Get your motor runnin’…
and win a Natural Balance skateboard!
Stop in during the month of June
to fill out an entry form for the skateboard raffle.
Lakeland Animal Shelter joins us this Friday & Saturday June 3rd & 4th from 11-3pm.
The Fruitables canned pumpkin supplement has had a formula change so if you’ve noticed the color is a little darker it’s part of the change. We talked with the owner of the company and they have added some new ingredients to help even more with digestion such as peppermint.
Also, the Solid Gold cat food may look a little different to you and your feline friends. They are manufacturing this food in a new facility on a new machine which has caused a slight change in the color and shape of the kibble.
We always strive to keep our customers updated on any product changes and love your feedback and questions.
Have a happy, snappy week!
Your Friends at End of the Leash
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