Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Win Pet 1st Aid Preparedness Prizes

by Carrie Boyko, CEB

Dr. Emmo's #Pet1stAid products like to think of their products as "Proactive first aid for Passionate Pet Owners". Sounds like a great tagline for a company name, right? We think so! Their passion is so evident that they have asked us to promote a FREE travel sample of their 2 key first aid products to remind everyone that September is National Preparedness Month. 

We all need to be ready for whatever natural disaster may strike. Our #Pet1stAid Twitter Party will focus on tips for exactly that--pet first aid--as well as creating an evacuation kit for your pets and other important considerations. After you join us, we're sure you'll be ready to care for Fido's boo-boos as well as preparing for whatever surprise Mother Nature may throw at you. And what's more, you'll have the chance to win some fab prizes, including a Grand Prize that has a $100 "Disaster Fund" Gift Card, along with all the goodies you see above. In case you're wondering, that collage above shows off the Rafflecopter prizes; nice swag, right?!!!

Today we're unveiling this third part of our usual pre-party giveaways for each Twitter Party. Perhaps the Rafflecopter is the most popular because it allows you to be in the driver's seat. At the bottom of this post you'll find a Rafflecopter entry form. If it's injured and hiding, you can offer first aid by clicking on the post title above to offer CPR. It will cough and open up for you to have some Rafflecopter fun, selecting those entries that you wish to participate in.

Entries in the Rafflecopter will remain open through the party on September 10; however, the winner will be drawn and announced at the Twitter Party that opens at 8 PM ET. You need not be in attendance to win either this giveaway or the PreTweet prize, so feel free to join in for this one even if you cannot come to our event.

The Rafflecopter prize includes everything you see above, plus a special card of pet first aid tips from @ArdenKnowsPets and @EventBarkers--about a $100 total value. After the additional tips and evacuation help that we'll be dishing at the party, you're sure to be well on your way to having a healthy, happy National Preparedness Month, at least for your pets. We hope you'll do as much to prepare for yourself as well. Your pets need you!

Pssst! Don't forget to RSVP to get in on that prize package also!


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28 comments:



Anonymous said...

#Pet1stAid tip: can't leave without a reusable large bandage and leash/collar/food/water of course!



Theresa Spaid said...

Water bowl and water for sure. Always have a leash for each of the 3 dogs.



Vlad Barkly said...

The one #Pet1stAid item I'm never without no matter where we go is a styptic powder or gel. You never know what they'll do (or what circumstances dictate that you'll be able to do for them) that might have them bleeding like stuck pigs.



Urd-chan said...

A roll each of gauze and medical tape; collar and leash; fresh water and food.



Dawn said...

A leash is an absolute must! If we have to evacuate, there is no way I am letting my pups out of my site. We still need to put together a simple suitcase for other emergency stuff so we can just grab and go.

No need to administer 1st aid to the rafflecopter. Seems to be working fine for me. ;)



Christine Aiello said...

I could never leave without my dog's medications, leash, food, water, collar, bandages, etc.



Anonymous said...

I am really sad that I can not attend, I live in CA :( But would love to win a prize! I did take a pet first aid class a long time ago, a refresher would be great.



Danielle Murgia said...

I already have an emergency bag for myself and my dog and cat. I make sure I have a travel bowl, dry dog food, a container of wet food for the dog and the cat, a water bowl, leash, extra collar and a toy.



Wehaf said...

Our emergency bag always has disinfectant in it.



Dogmama said...

Just one item just wouldn't do it! We need the basics (food, water, bowls, leash, medications) and emergency medical stuff (gauze, wraps, cotton, salve, towels for an emergency sling) and natural disaster stuff like a water purifier.



garthriley said...

Our evacuation kit contains my special food, since we can't get it in a grocery store and the last thing we need is for me to have an upset tummy from eating strange food when we've had to evacuate.



golden storm said...

I have a travel bowl,leash and benedene seems to work to more than hotspots so I also keep that and of course zymox hc ear solution to help with ear infections



Freebies For Fido said...

We also could not evacuate without collars, leashes, food, water, 4 bowls and 2 large crates- and the Dr. Emmo's Ear Rinse and Eye Wash!



KateV said...

I would absolutely not evacuate without Comfort Zone spray... evacuation would be very stressful and scary for everyone, and Comfort Zone is the *best* product I have found for calming down my dogs. Has been a life saver for thunder storms, trips the vet and groomer, and in a number of stressful, scary, or overly exciting activities...



Deanna Watson said...

I never leave without poop bags and a water dish
xo



barleecreations said...

One of the items high up on my list of things I couldn't evacuate without would be my dog's meds.



larrielle said...

Others made a good point, leash collar, fresh water, and a blanket.



DebbyM said...

Our kit contains leash, travel bowls, food, a duplicate favorite toy and small blanket, some cleaning wipes(pet friendly), poop bags and some gauze, tape and small scissors.



Jeanette Elb said...

Our doggie first aid kit, water, snacks, a good leash and collar, vet's phone number.



Anonymous said...

Always travel with food, water, leash and dogs allergy medicine.

Katie J.



Arabella said...

spare collar



Ruckus Eskie said...

Food and water!



Darlene said...

Water & bowl always, blanket, snacks, leash and collar



lmurley2000 said...

reusable pet bandages

lmurley2000@yahoo.com



Heather H said...

I couldn't leave without my dog's meds!



Lauren Dail said...

Leash, collar, fresh water, dog food ... and also his blanket



djc319 said...

A water bowl & blanket



emeraldmaz said...

I wouldn't leave without bag balm, heals them so well, and its so easy!

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