This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and it’s advertiser. All opinions expressed are mine alone.
Adopt a Dog… and/or Help Dogs in Need with Pedigree and Sam’s Club.
October is Pet Adopt Month and Pedigree is helping to feed shelter dogs by donating one bowl of dog food for every Pedigree dog product, purchased at Sam’s Club during the month of October.
Adopt a Dog and feed him or her, Pedigree dog food purchased at your local Sam’s Club.
[Tweet “Help Dogs in Need via Pedigree and Sam’s Club @SamsClub #PedigreeGives #Cbias #shop”]
I adore my furbabies and they are both “rescues”. A rescued dog is one of the most loving pets that one can be owned by. Our Gung Poe Wigglebut was found wondering down a busy highway. Fortunately for us, despite trying very hard to find his previous owner, he was never claimed, so he was welcomed into our home with opened arms. Gabe, my loyal Service Dog, was a rescue from a shelter in Kansas. He has brought so much peace of mind to me. I honestly cannot imagine my life without these 4 legged members of our family!
Dental health is not only important to humans, but also to dogs, so we headed on over to our local Sam’s Club and purchased a 51 count Variety Pack of pedigree Dentastix. (LOL – dinner and shopping at Sam’s Club, is one of our favorite “date nights”.) Knowing that this purchase was good for my boys and that it would help to feed a shelter dog via #PedigreeGives, made the purchase even more important to me. Small breed dogs, like my Poe, are more prone to dental problems, and since Gabe goes everywhere with me, I not only want his coat to be clean and shiny – I want his teeth to be white and for him to have fresh breath. Pedigree Dentastix to the rescue (pun intended)!
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of oral disease by the age of three. All pets should be seen by a veterinarian at least once each year, and a thorough examination of the teeth and gums should be a part of every pet checkup. Older pet’s heart, kidneys and liver are more sensitive to the effects of the bacteria that cause dental disease, so they should be seen at least twice each year. Early and consistent care of your pets teeth and gums, is essential for their well being. Brushing is best, but dogs aren’t particularly cooperative unless you start when they are very very young, so products like Pedigree Dentastix are great for your pets (even if you do brush regularly)!
I wish to express my heartfelt thanks to Pedigree for supporting shelter dogs, via #PedigreeGives. Please, if at all possible, go to Sam’s Club and purchase Pedigree products to help shelter dogs across the country.
Connect with Pedigree and Sam’s Club:
Thanks to #PedigreeGives, Sam’s Club and #CollectiveBias!