Healthy Dog Einstein Pets $150 Giveaway

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One thing on which all dog parents can agree is this: We all want a healthy dog. To celebrate hitting 10,000 followers on Instagram AND the refined focus of the Fidose of Reality blog, we’re giving away prizes in conjunction with our friends at Einstein Pets.

Healthy Dog Giveaway

Einstein Pets

Einstein Pets has a line of oh-so-healthy and good-for-your dog treats that have set the bar and “bark” so high, we want Fidose of Reality readers to introduce their dogs to them. We are mega fans of Einstein Pets treats for a few reasons:

When selecting a treat for my dog and one we recommend to our readers, a six-stage approval process takes place:

F: Formed. Must be made in the USA.

I: Ingredients.  They must be easy to pronounce and something I would feed to my own dog and his friends.

D: Digestible. The treats needs to be easy on the stomach, so free of preservatives and artificial colorings.

O:  Others. What are other folks in the pet world saying about the treats: We read the reviews others are writing, having tested the treat themselves.

S:  Selection. What is the variety offered, are there wheat/corn/soy-free options? Are there an array of flavors?

E: Eat it Ourselves. Would I consider eating the treat and recommend other humans on team Fidose do the same?

Einstein Pets hits the mark on all six counts! The chia seeds in the treats are a bonus. Chia seeds have some incredible effects on health, both for humans and animals. Though they appear small and unassuming, these seeds contain large quantities of protein, five times the calcium of milk, boron (a trace mineral that aids in the absorption of calcium into the bones), Omega oils 3 and 6, and can help regulate blood sugar levels and aid in maintaining a healthy weight. The seeds of chia plants can help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and blood pressure, and reduce risk of heart disease.

Einstein Pets are also low calorie and adorably shaped like hearts. Since My Heart Beats Dog®, this is the perfect treat!

Healthy Dog Giveaway

Entering is easy, you can do so daily for more entries, and the giveaway ends on June 30th! If you want to try a pack of Einstein Pets dog treats right away, click here for Einstein Pets products.

Just follow the instructions in the giveaway form below. Easy peasy! Open now, USA only, one entry per person, can enter daily, and Complete Rules here.  Three random winners will be drawn and contacted, so a valid email is necessary. We do not add emails to our list and we do not sell emails.

HEALTHY DOG $150 GIVEAWAY CLOSED

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What Can I Win?

Giveaway is closed and the winners are:

First Prize: Molly Pitcher

Second Prize: Rachel Griesmer

Third Prize: Sandra T.

First Prize: $75 Value: Six bags of Einstein Pets dog treats as shown:

Einstein Pets Prize Pack

 

Second Prize: $50 Value: Four bags of Einstein Pets dog treats as shown:

Einstein Pets Prize Pack

Third Prize: $25 Value: Two bags of Einstein Pets dog treats as shown: 

Einstein Pets Prize Pack

 

Note: We were not compensated for this giveaway. We use these treats, love them, and share the love with Fidose of Reality readers. Note: This post contains affiliate links from Amazon, meaning if you click on a link above and then make a purchase, Fidose of Reality will receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. You help us keep the site up and running and in exchange, you get to shop for items you love. Wags!

 

Comments

  1. I worry about heart worms ~ I don’t understand just how to prevent ~ what if my buddy drinks from a water stream compared to the pond in the backyard ~ can I do something to prevent if outside a lot ?

  2. Ticks have been running rampant this year so far, and I would love to see some tips and tricks.

  3. my moms dog recently had to be put to sleep. She was having neurological issues and lost complete use of one of her legs suddenly and then developed a permanent head tilt. I would love to learn more about neurological issues and treatments for it or if there is a way to prevent it. Eleanor was only 6 years old 🙁

  4. Wow, there are so many topics I’d like to know more about. However, just over two years ago I lost my deaf hound girl, Ran, to an autoimmune disorder. She was only five and it’s still tearing me apart that she’s no longer with me. All my other furbabies have lived to be 14-20, so five years old was just a baby to me. I’d love to see more information on autoimmune disorders in dogs and possible treatments.

  5. Allergies! All kinds of allergies, Foods, seasonal, plants, grass and etc allergies. Is there a way to help our dogs without using a lot of drugs? What is the best way to help our dogs cope with sneezing, licking their feet, breaking out in bumps, and itching,

    • I forgot to add…what does treating your lawn to do our dogs feet? When walking they love to smell and walk on the grass of people in the neighborhood. Could that be what is causing dogs to lick and bite their feet? Is washing their when we get home and what out side of just water should we use.

  6. Doggie cancer! I have a dog who was just diagnosed and I don’t know what all I can do for her to help! Like.. what type of food is best for her to eat.

  7. More on dental care (besides the obvious of tooth brushing & vet dental cleanings). My dog had a regular cleaning yesterday & ended up with several extractions due to loose teeth despite daily brushing, dental treats, & her last cleaning being in Feb 2016.

  8. Right now my old girl Shunta is going through bad hips and its hard for her to get around. I would like to hear about this.

  9. I would like to read more about the care of dogs in their extremely geriatric years; alternative therapies that show try benefit.

  10. Hi there Miss Carol & Dexter! Concatulations on your Fidose of Reality’s milestone achievement! (Party balloons in the air!) My Basset Hound minion, Bessie, has never tried Einstein pet treats, but I’m sure she says she would love to try them. I wonder if there is a kitty version of the treats? Mew Mew!

  11. OMG I don’t even know what topic to say for you to cover because you’ve covered I think everything! I”m sure you have covered what I will write but I’m going to write it because I don’t know what else to say….allergies? eye problems?

  12. I would love to learn about prevention of parasites, to keep pet free from hair loss and infections.

  13. I’d like to know more about spontaneous lung and stomach twisting in large barrel chested dogs.

  14. Something that I never knew happened with floppy eared dogs–hematomas with no obvious signs of injury. Happened to our Great Dane this past winter, never realized since those we had before had cropped ears.

  15. my dog has high liver enzyme level, i would like to learn more about it and what could possibly cause it

  16. I would like to learn more about skin conditions. My little guy is always itchy…and the vet has been less than helpful

  17. I have 2 spaniels, 1 regular nose length and 1 short nose. My poor Clementine SNORES! and gets snuffy, has allergies on top of that, and sometimes “snorks” (a cross between a snore and a cough). I wonder if this short nose syndrom affects them like snoring is a sign of problems with people?

  18. i would like to see something about naughty behavior like chewing up things around the house when the dog is 7 years old instead of a pup

  19. I would love to see postings about Cracked Paw Pads. My Jack Russell Terrier suffers with these.

  20. I would love to see information about what is dangerous for dogs (e.g. grapes, plants, etc) It seems I keep hearing about a different danger and get freaked out i didn’t know about it.

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