Write a Post, Help a Dog – Pedigree Adoption Program

For the second year in a row, we’re participating in Pedigree®’s ‘Write a Post, Help a Dog’ blog hop. More than 4 million dogs become homeless each year, and Pedigree® is doing something about it. You can participate too! You can even win some cool swag from Cosmo Havanese over at To Dog With Love. How, you ask? Just follow the directions below, copied from Cosmo’s post.

“For every blog post written about the Pedigree Brand’s commitment to pet adoption from now until June 30, Pedigree will donate a 17-pound bag of dog food to shelter dogs via Rescue Bank, a national pet food distribution program.

Here’s how you can help and win! … easy as 1 – 2 – 3!

  1. Write a blog post mentioning Pedigree’s commitment to adoption and finding loving homes for shelter pets.  You can mention anything you see in this post and get more ideas on what to write from our post announcing the Write a Post, Help a Dog campaign. You might even want to include a video like the one we included below (we love Betty White!)
  2. Next, link up your post to our blog hop. You’ll find the link at the bottom of our original post or go direct to the Blog Hop linky here.
  3. Enter our Rafflecopter Giveaway to help spread the word about Write a Post, Help a Dog and win a special Dogs Rule prize pack, details below!(sic)”

Of course the details aren’t really below. You have to go to Cosmo’s blog for the rest of the details. I checked it out when I was over there, and if I was a doggie or had a doggie furriend to give it to, I’d definitely want this prize pack.

So get busy cuz June 30th is just a couple days away! Write you post, join the Blog Hop, and head over to To Dog With Love to enter the Giveaway!

3 thoughts on “Write a Post, Help a Dog – Pedigree Adoption Program”

  1. Even though cats rule, we LOVE dogs and we LOVE what Pedigree is doing to help feed shelter dogs. We did a post too and really hope a lot more bloggers contribute to help. Great meeting you and your human at BlogPaws!!

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