Singing Dogs PetAg Giveaway

petag dog food

Could your dog or pooch stand to loose a few pounds here and there?  Is that the New Year's Resolution you have for your dog (and probably yourself)?  Then you will be happy to hear that the Singing Dogs are holding our very first giveaway for some healthy dog treats and food to help your dog shed that extra weight in 2013.

We are giving away some great healthy dog food and treats kindly provided by PetAg, a pet food company.  PetAg focuses on providing dogs, cats, and pets with healthy and nutritional food instead of the junky and fatty food you might find at you local pet or grocery store.

Cody and Sierra liked the PetAg treats we gave them and were not at all turned off by them.  Since my Singing Dogs can be quite fussy eaters sometimes I took this as a good sign that the PetAg treats are nutritional and tasty.  (Of course I haven't actually eaten the treats myself .)

There are two prize packages which means there are two possible winners. The Singing Dogs PetAg Prize Package includes:

  1. 28 ounce container of PetAg Dog Slim Food Supplement ($39.99 Retail Value)
  2. Two bags of DogSlim Dog Treats

To enter this out PetAg Giveaway you must do two things.

  1. Like the Singing Dogs Facebook Page OR Follow us on Twitter
  2. Leave a comment here with a valid email address and let me know which one you did.

I will pick the winner randomly and our PetAg giveaway ends at Cody and Sierra's discretion.   Multiple entries are not allowed.  People who are already following us on Facebook and Twitter are eligible but still must leave a comment.  Shipping is will be covered by us to the lower 48 US states.

Let me know if you have any questions about our Giveaway. Btw Cody is in the picture, but he is not included in the Giveaway! 🙂

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A Fun Filled Day at DogFest 2012


On Saturday I took both of my singing dogs, Cody and Sierra, to DogFest at the Baltimore Humane Society.  It was a fun day filled with exciting activities for dogs and was too benefit and raise much needed funds for the great work that the Baltimore Humane Society does for animals in need.

Initially Sierra seemed a bit nervous driving up to Reisterstown.  She was whining when we were in the car.  (Cody was good and quite as usual.)  I think she thought she was going to go to the kennel but to her relieve, we weren't.

After we got there and parked in the sea of cars, the dogs were excited since they saw lots of other dogs in the parking lot (well really a field).  We entered, paid our admission and started walking around the grounds.  What an amazing place the Baltimore Humane Society is!  I couldn't believe all the space and the fact they have a pet cemetery.

We started by walking around some of the vendor booths and tables for rescue organizations.  Cody caught on pretty quickly most of these people were giving out treats.  Everytime we would approach a table or booth Cody would start sniffing and hone in on the treats.  Cody was also interested in sniffing other dogs and was well behaved.  I thought there would be an issue with some dogs approaching him, but he was fine.

Sierra had a little trouble with a guy dressed up in a Clifford outfit.  I think she couldn't figure out whether it was a dog, a person, or what.  She started barking at Clifford saying “That's not right, he's not a dog!”  Most dogs were getting their picture taken with Clifford.  Cody had a funny reaction to.  He was walking back and forth sniffing the air toward Clifford and his ears were going up and down.  He was trying to figure out what Clifford was all about too but he wasn't vocal about it like Sierra.  Clifford starting waving at Sierra which seemed to set her off more.  I noticed a bunch of people were laughing at the spectacle of Sierra not enjoying having Clifford at DogFest.

What was most surprising was the amount of people and dogs.  There were little dogs, big dogs, ugly dogs (in my opinion), beautiful dogs (Cody and Sierra of course), fast dogs, slow dogs, smart dogs, dumb dogs, etc.  The event being named DogFest I thought was quite appropriate.

We took a break from walking around and got some Sprites and water for the dogs as well as a hot dogs and some Utz potato chips.  After that we walked around and thought about doing some of the dog activities like dog swimming, bowling, agility, etc.  I think I was bit tired and the dogs seemed ready to go so we headed home.

All in all DogFest was a fun event and Cody, Sierra, and I look forward to next Baltimore Humane Society's event next year.