Thursday, May 22, 2014

Treat Your Dog with the Tricky Treater: A Giveaway!

by Carrie Boyko, CEB
I trust you're here today because you read our review of this fun, treat-dispensing toy by Petlinks--the Tricky Treater! Tanner and Oliver have been enjoying a few mealtime expeditions around the house, making chow more of a mental game that the boys have to work for. That's always a good thing--stimulating your dog's mind. I also love that it helps them to eat a bit more slowly, especially for Tanner. He can inhale a bowl full of kibble in seconds, a habit that we should all work to diminish in our chow hounds.

Now that we've got you wanting one of these toys, we're going to run a giveaway. Three lucky pups will score a free Tricky Treater! If you prefer the sure-thing method to getting your Tricker Treater, please stop in at Amazon or check out the list of other retailers that carry the Petlinks line, found in my review post.

To enter the giveaway, you need only scroll to the bottom of this post and enter by using those methods you prefer. Feel free to pick and choose. We're just happy to have you join in. If the Rafflecopter entry form is hiding, you can retrieve it by clicking on the post title above. That technique is like Come When Called for a dog; works every time!

Entries will continue through Thursday, June 5 with winners announced here and in a new post on Friday, June 6. Be sure to mark your calendar and return to see if you got lucky. 

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Best wishes to all our entrants!

Happy treating,





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Petlinks asked us to review the Tricky Treater dispensing toy and has provided us with this review product. We have not been compensated, and the opinions included here and in our review are completely our own.
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25 comments:



Vero said...

This looks like fun for my poodle pup!



Helen L. said...

My pup will need the Med setting.



justicecw said...

Looks so fun...he would love it and the medium setting would work



Schooner and Skipper said...

To keep schooner or Skipper interested it would have to be on the MAX!



Kelly OMalley said...

My dog would be on the medium setting. He would LOVE it.



Ruckus Eskie said...

I would like a medium size for Ruckus! Medium setting as well.



Gershwin the Aussie said...

The medium setting would be perfect for my pup!



Christine Aiello said...

I think the medium would be good for my dog.



rubyfizzle said...

I think small or medium would work for Daphne!



Joy said...

med



Shelley P said...

My dogs don't have a treat-dispensing toy so I think they may need the XS or SM setting to get started :) I know they'd really love this though!



Janet said...

My husky would need the max



lauren s. said...

I think our pup would need Medium or Max.



MistressMarci said...

The medium setting would probably be perfect. My dogs would have a lot of fun with this!



Urd-chan said...

I know all my pups would love this, but I'm most interested in having this for my Kyoko. Kyoko is a Treeing Walker Coonhound who weighed just 30 pounds at the kill shelter I pulled her from. She was a skeleton with skin, but she gained the weight she needed - and then some. Even though she's now chubby, she eats like she's still starving. I've been taking time to put just a few pieces of kibble in her bowl and wait until she eats those to give her a few more. It takes some time to feed her, but I've noticed that even when I give her the bowl with all her food, she's starting to eat a bit more slowly. I think she'd love playing with this toy and I'm guessing she'd need the medium setting.



Katherine Bowles said...

Jersey too smart for her own good! MAX would probably be the best!



Brynn said...

My dog would use this when we are at work and she needs something to keep her busy. She will need the small



KateV said...

Smarty pants Shiloh would need the hardest setting, while little Wager would have to begin on the easiest- but I have a feeling he'd work himself up to Max in no time!



LhasaLuma said...

I think maybe the small setting would be best :)



Daraya Johnson said...

I think my pups, Hazel and Summer, would need the hardest setting because Hazel is quite smart with interactive toys and Summer loves food so much, it would be way to easy if it wasn't on the hardest setting! :)



Em Ma said...

I think the medium would work for my dog



Natalie B. said...

Hi! My Neo would just push it all around the house. lol He's a boxer so he would need a max size. Thank-you!



Deanna Watson said...

I think my dog would need the size SM.



RitaMeow said...

@missstellybean will need the small or medium :-)



Nev said...

I would use the max size. My dog's medium sized but I just like big things...

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