For years you’ve seen the Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover’s Soul books, and you’ve probably seen the Chicken Soup pet foods too.
Perhaps you’ve wondered if their foods are as good as they sound. Well, rest assured, both Whole Dog Journal and our friend Mike Sagman, AKA, the Dog Food Advisor, think that the Chicken Soup For The Dog Lover’s Soul foods are good for Tripawds who can eat a grain-based diet.
Dog Food Advisor recently reviewed the Chicken Soup series and gave it four out of five stars. He said “Based upon the ingredients alone, this Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul product appears to be an excellent kibble.”
Enter to win a $20 Petco Gift Card
Dog Food Advisor’s review and Whole Dog Journal’s endorsement gave us the confidence we wanted in the Chicken Soup dog food, which is why we are holding a contest sponsored by the Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover’s Soul people.
Chicken Soup For The Pet Lover’s Soul is giving us a $20 Petco gift certificate to award to one lucky Tripawd pawrent.
Entering the contest is easy. Tell us in 100 words or less:
“What is the funniest reaction you’ve heard from a kid who has just seen your Tripawd?”
To qualify, just share your story in the comments section below, by midnight on Tuesday, May 11th. All entries will be posted in the Tripawds News Blog, and a winner will be drawn at random by Tripawds Spokesdog Wyatt Ray Dawg.
Stay tuned for the winning entry!
9 thoughts on “The Soup’s on Us, Win a Petco Gift Card”
While at a school funtion, a little girl approached Gidget, our 3 legged Min Pin, she looked at her for a while and the asked my wife, ” What did the doctor do with her leg when he took it off?” how do you explain that one? At the same function, a little boy said, “Mister do you know your dogs missing a leg?”
My friend brought her sons over one day to visit Tripp. They adored him so very much. Just then the 7 year old boy said “auntie Sam, can we get Tripp a peg leg and make him a pirate dog?”
A 3 year old little girl just meeting Einstein at a pet store commented that he hopped pretty well. She thoughtfully watched him for a minute and then announced “He should work at IHOP!”.
How funny! That’s a new one … 🙂
When Chico went to school to R.E.A.D. with the kids…one of the little ones asked “when will his leg grow back?”
So just recently my 11yr old Rottweiler was diagnosed with Radial Osteosarcoma. Being an Animal Health Technologist, I had no issues with amputation and knew that it was the best option for pain control. However how to explain to my 4 yr old daughter what we were doing was challenging. So the night prior to him becoming an official Tripawd, we told her that he had a cancer in his leg that was making him sick and that we needed to take it off to help him get better. She looked at me with a puzzled expression and asked “Well Mommy when will you put it back on?” Too funny!
We took some dogs to an elementary school, where a 5th grade class was doing a fundraiser for our greyhound adoption group. Among the dogs we took was Whitey, our 11.5-yr-old tripawd (who we sadly lost just 5 days ago today). He sat on his pillow in the classroom surrounded by kids fawning over him. They thought he was the cutest and the sweetest and the best. They all asked whether we had any 3-legged dogs available for adoption, and were disappointed when I said we did not. One girl said, “Why would anyone want a 4-legged dog when they could have one like Whitey??” We will never forget our brave little boy.
Not hilarious, but we hear it all the time… “Look! That doggie only has one leg!”
We got that one a lot with Jerry, also a front leg Tripawd. 🙂 Keep ’em comin’!