The Great Pawtect Prize Draw
If you’re anything like me you can be a bit squeamish about pouring chemicals all over your pets. And that can be tough because in certain parts of New Zealand, wicked little parasites such as fleas and ticks are very much a part of the household menagerie. Some summers we haven’t so much got an act in the flea circus as the entire troupe and stadium audience.
Then there’s the whole flea-worm synergy and as you travel along that track it’s just plain creepy.
So have we got a lovely surprise for you? YES, WE HAVE.
Have you heard of Pawtect? It’s a chemical-free flea and tick control pendant. It offers two years worth of protection and it supports your pet’s immune system and healthy skin. It’s a dinky little “silver bullet” which simply clips on to your pet’s collar.
Chemical-free. Clip and go.
The tremendous Sonja, at Pawtect, has very kindly given us two Pawtect pendants to give away … one for a cat and one for a dog.
Ed’s been wearing one for a couple of weeks, and we know he’s no super-model but you have to agree the old dude looks sharp (in a ’70s lounge lizard sort of way) with his silver bullet! So cool the fleas and ticks faint at the sight of him.
But enough from me. Onwards to the competition.
WIN one of two Pawtect chemical-free flea and tick control pendants. One for a cat and one for a dog.
HOW TO ENTER
In the comments section below write: 1) Your first name. 2) The town or suburb where you live (sorry, New Zealand residents only). 3) Whether your entry is for a cat or a dog, or both. 4) Then, in just a few words, explain quantum physics tell us what your pet thinks about fleas.
Contest ends Tuesday, November 22, 2011 at 11.59pm.
And, while waiting for the contest to close head over to Pawtect to find out all about these snazzy pendants.
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED … WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED SOON!
HOW THE DRAW IS MADE:
Each entry is numbered in the order they come in, starting at 1 (one). The Random Number Generator here http://www.random.org/ will be used to select the winning number. If that entry is not valid (see Terms and Conditions) a new number will be generated.