Thursday, August 11, 2011

Rover's Rations:
An Organix Pet Food Giveaway

by Carrie Boyko, CEB
© Carrie Boyko
Earning His Keep
One thing about my dogs, they sure don't mind working for their chow. It's a good thing too, since this blogging gig doesn't really pay all that well. Getting free help isn't easy, ya know?


A while back we did a series of articles on our dog food of choice: Organix. I made no secret of the fact that this is the one food that meets my criteria--made in the US with organic ingredients and consistently, reliably available. 


Now I have an opportunity to help more of you give Organix a try. I'll be offering periodic giveaways of FREE bags of our fave food. You can learn more about this company and their products at their website and their facebook page. To keep up with what's new, you may want to stop by and "Like" their FB page and subscribe to their newsletter at the website above. I like to follow them on Twitter as well. Find local retailers at their store locator. And finally, at the bottom of this post, you'll find a link list of articles I've written on Castor and Pollux's food, it's uses, tips, and even some recipes for fun ways to get healthy goodness into your pet.


© courtesy CastorPolluxPet.com
Click to Locate a Store Near You
Now let's have some fun and run an extra easy giveaway: 5 Free bags (5.25 lb. bags) of Organix dog food. Starting today, we'll test drive this somewhat different giveaway format with a few new methods, so read the rules carefully and then join in the fun:

  • One entry per person per day, so it's going to be super simple! 
  • Quote something you learned from one of my earlier posts. You'll find the links to them below. Pick any post you like and tell me what you learned, OR
  • Tweet "We learned more about Organix @CastorPolluxPet by reading @AllThingsDog". Be sure to swing back by and leave me a comment to register this entry from Twitter.
  • That's it; you're done! Sit back and enjoy the week, or visit our other giveaway for a pet carrier for pint sized pups with fashion savvy. 
Entries to this giveaway will close at 5 PM Thursday, August 18th. Winners will be announced late Friday afternoon, August 19th. Here's your Organix library of healthy food articles to choose from:

  1. Our Pet Food Pantry: A Little History
  2. Your Dog's Food: Why is Organic Healthier?
  3. Our Dogs' Food: The Big Decision
  4. Dog Food D-Day: The Big Reveal
  5. Surprise Dog Toys Awarded to Observant Winners
  6. Organix Dog Food Giveaway: 12 Bags of Healthy Goodness
  7. Busy Bones Go Organic with Organix
  8. Organix Busy Bones a Big Hit
  9. Small Dog Issues: Tear Stains Reduced with Organic Dog Food
  10. Organix Crumb Cookies Get Kudos
  11. Gradual Dog Food Changes for Calm Tummies








Full disclosure: The free bag coupons in this giveaway were not compensation for this post. I was not paid to run this giveaway, nor am I obligated to anyone to give away these bags of food. The coupons are mine and I offer them as a perk to my readers for visiting All Things Dog Blog. Thank you for reading.

This giveaway is available only to winners with U.S. addresses (1 per household) in the lower 48 states. Participants must be 18 or older. This offer is void where prohibited.

20 comments:



Katie said...

Thanks for the giveaway Roxy and Molly would love to try this food!

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/katiemitchell1/status/101813805251690496

katielynnmitchell@gmail.com



cdmtx said...

i think YoYo would enjoy their food and he is what you call a "picky eater" :)

tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/cdmtx65/status/101830182087827457



Mugsy5808 said...

I tweeted about this giveaway and my tweet url is:

https://twitter.com/#!/Mugsy5808/status/102047666392928257

- dmviola5808@gmail.com



cdmtx said...

https://twitter.com/#!/cdmtx65/status/102055474484088832



Cynthia said...

I read the first blog post listed, and wow! First of all let me tell you, you are a great writer haha. You made me anxious to read the other posts as well :P I learned that both you and Xena were diagnosed with cancer, and that Xena was able to live three years after being diagnosed.

crzycoookies@yahoo.com



Joann said...

I read the first post and learned that whatever the situation may be you should never give up to find a solution. just keep trying!



Anna Galanos said...

I tweeted
https://twitter.com/#!/annaisabanana08/status/102264182145171456
@annaisabanana08
annaisabanana08[at]yahoo[dot]com



cdmtx said...

tweet tweet
http://twitter.com/#!/cdmtx65/status/102489274204700673



Joann said...

I learned from post number 2 that there is a chain reaction that occurs with the ingredients our dogs eat. Non artificial ingredients leads to less stress on the body leading to a healthier life, which is the main goal.



cdmtx said...

sunday tweet
http://twitter.com/#!/cdmtx65/status/102777630448820225



Ashley Jones said...

I tweeted

http://twitter.com/#!/ashley41jones/status/102836298955497473



Joann said...

In post 3, I learned the difference between the terms of conventional, natural, and organic. I will definitely remember to look for these labels when shopping for our dog.



cdmtx said...

tweet ... http://twitter.com/#!/cdmtx65/status/103154147871821824



cdmtx said...

8/16

http://twitter.com/#!/cdmtx65/status/103529495239200770

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cdmtx said...

daily tweet :)
http://twitter.com/#!/cdmtx65/status/103852638948425729



Julie D. said...

I tweeted
http://twitter.com/#!/giveawaysetc/statuses/104009972496613376
luckyjd2k at gmail dot com



Joann said...

I was always wondering why my pomeranian had tear stains and before I thought it was just a normal thing. This is going to help up out so much. Thank you post #9



cdmtx said...

tweet http://twitter.com/#!/cdmtx65/status/104181642117120002

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Shelley said...

From post #9, I learned that the colors, preservatives and other additives in traditional pet foods is often at the root of tear staining. Great to know......Thanks!

sscott2 at email dot com



Pam said...

I learned from post 11 that changes in your dog's diet has reactions. You should gradually change the diet. garrettsambo@aol.com

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