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Win this #DogBookGiveaway to Avoid Dog Emergencies

Do you know the best ways to avoid dog emergencies? Enter our Preventive Vet book giveaway contest and you will! One lucky winner will get five copies of “101 Essential Tips” by the Preventive Vet

A #DogBookGiveaway to Avoid Dog Emergencies

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The Preventive Vet’s new book, “101 Essential Tips” is a must-read whether you’re a first-time dog parent or an experienced pack leader. This month we’re giving away not one but FIVE copies to one lucky winner! Why five? So you can keep one and help four other dog parents to keep their dogs out of the vet ER too!

Preventive Vet’s dog health and safety tips are required reading for any dog parent. You’ll be as surprised as we were to learn all the crazy ways dogs get into danger. For instance:

  • If your dog eats a penny dated 1982 or older, it could be fatal! (Tip #12, Page 16)
  • Does your dog “vacuum” up food crumbs from the floor? If so, the next time you drop your medication on the ground he might snarf it up and end up with medication poisoning — one of the most common pet poison dangers according to the ASPCA. (Tip #27, Page 27)
  • Dangling dog tags can get caught in patio decking slats — creating a strangulation hazard! (Tip #93, Page 27)

Save one copy and give away the other four. Keep dogs out of the emergency room!

We want as many people as possible to avoid vet emergencies. That’s why the Preventive Vet is giving away these five copies to one winner. All you need to do is click Rafflecopter below to enter the contest.

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Contest Rules:

  • Enter as many times as you’d like.
  • Winner will be announced Friday March 17, 2017.
  • The randomly drawn winner must have a U.S. mailing address.


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  1. Called the Poision Control for animals (if your dog is home again microchipped they will waive the consultation fee something like 65.00) and had to take her to the vet the next day to get meds for her tummy.

  2. Milo is an excess of excitement over dryer balls (really cool wool balls that are used to dry clothes) leapt into the dryer and would not come out; snarling and snapping if you tried to get him out (possessive about the dryer balls and liking the warm space). He stayed for half a day with me in mortal fear that my husband would ignore my written sign and turn it on. We had to wait for him to get out himself.


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