Win a PetSafe Holiday Pack (& Help Shelter Dogs Get Toys!)


The holidays are definitely a time for giving and we know that we’d ALL like to see homeless dogs enjoy some fun…but, for many of us, money is tight. However, we’ve learned about a great way you can help a shelter dog get a toy this holiday season without spending a penny! If you’re on Facebook, all you have to do is “like” the PetSafe Facebook page between now and December 31, 2013. For each new like,  PetSafe will donate one toy to a pet in a shelter, up to 15,000 toys including the brand’s popular Busy Buddy® Barnacle. The toys are being distributed to shelters across the country including:

  • Los Angeles Animal Services (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Los Angeles County Animal Services (Long Beach, CA)
  • Miami-Dade Animal Services (Miami, FL)
  • Maricopa County Animal Control (Mesa, AZ)
  • New York Centers for Animal Care & Control (New York, NY)
  • Denver Animal Control (Denver, CO)
  • Seattle Animal Shelter (Seattle, WA)
  • Philadelphia Animal Control (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control (Fort Wayne, IN)
  • Nashville Humane Association (Nashville, TN)

Win a Prize Pack for Your Dog!

That Facebook “like” can also help YOU win some great products for your dog!! In the widget below, you can enter to win:

This great pack of prizes (valued at over $230) is the perfect way for your dog to start the new year on the right paw! From the treat dispenser, a great way to work on your training in the coming months, to the dental care (yes, that’s one of our resolutions) to the pet fountain, so important for staying hydrated in the dry winter months, all these prizes are a super way to kick off 2014! (And if you have a cat, please be sure to enter our PetSafe prize pack giveaway on CatTipper!) Good luck!

Disclosure: PetSafe is providing the prizes for this giveaway.





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About Paris Permenter & John Bigley

Paris Permenter and John Bigley are the award-winning authors of over 30 pet and travel books as well as the founders and publishers of CatTipper and DogTipper.

  • Alicia Murphy

    More training classes

  • Ginny Tata-Phillips

    Yes please, we feel like winners in the New Year! I hope for health and happiness for my 7 rescued dogs!!!

  • Chris-Bonnie David

    My Delilah girl needs to shed a few pounds…so a bit more exercise & less food.

  • overcome

    Mine is to take my dog on walks at least twice a week. She doesn’t get nearly enough exercise. But neither do I lol

  • Sandrine

    Teach my dog 10 new tricks!

  • Rachel Davis

    stop barking at kids!!

  • I want to them to get along with one another when the mailman comes around!

  • Dayna Kidle

    Getting him to stop jumping up on people.

  • Tori daugherty

    Working on focus work and more bonding time

  • SGilbert

    Trying to get more exercise during the winter. Try and keep Schooner to pick up his toy and put them back in the toy box.

  • Dawn Rasor

    Get out and walk more with both Izzo and Murphy, more training for Izzo, more frequent grooming for both collies, more traveling to fun places and more play dates!

  • Kyla Patton

    wear her out with fun activities more days of the week…like maybe all of them 😀

  • Julie Bickham

    To take more walks and trips to the park.

  • Ashley Feit

    Play outside with the dogs more now that my daughter is getting bigger and can join in on the fun!

  • MaryW

    My New Year’s resolution for Casey is to go on more adventures…find new places for him to explore…new enrichment activities–and to continue working on focus for calm greetings.

  • Amanda Heck & Cat Rocco

    Eat Healthier!!!

  • Amanda Heck & Cat Rocco

    My Cat Rocco is excited about this giveaway, especially the FroliCat™ DART DUO™ 🙂

  • Helga

    I will brush their teeth more.

  • Heather Bridson

    For my dogs, my resolution is to work with them more so they don’t jump on people so much.

  • Jenna Z.

    In 2014 Dot will earn her CDX title!

  • goodboy_vs_badboy

    To stop all the barking! They are so barky. =) -Alexia

  • 17dogs

    I will play ball with my dog every day this year.

  • Theresa Spaid

    My kids New Year’s resolution is to go for more walks.

  • april b

    Find a way to stop the barking at everything

  • Nikki Blanchard

    I want to do more obedience training and brush the teeth?

  • deanna

    We need to work on her anxiety. She bites her knees when I leave the house.

  • Darlene Owen

    I would love for my dogs to loose weight for the new year, i will try to stop giving them treats.

  • gkran

    More play time. (Gianna)

  • Lorena Keech

    To spend more quality time with him, cuz we are both getting old.

  • Mallory H.

    Walk them more 🙂

  • scottsgal

    that our puppy calms down a bit and doesn’t play so rough

  • adknykate

    Take more walks, learn more tricks.

  • Danielle Murgia

    Sissy resolves to chase the cat less.

  • lsglickman

    Stay after those mats

  • Lisa F.

    More walks for the ones who can handle it. I have all seniors and two can’t handle walks anymore.

  • Jim Hayes

    Continue to take long walks with him on a daily basis

  • Susan Broughton

    I want to be a little more strict with our dog. We tend to let her get away with stuff because she is funny sometimes. I want to get away from that.

  • Cheryl Chervitz

    To keep walking and work on listening to commands.

  • sandy weinstein

    to make sure they stay healthy, and to brush harley’s teeth 2-3 times a day, since she just had major gum surgery

  • I never made New Year’s resolutions for our dogs or myself.

  • AnnaZed

    Molly has made (or I have made on her behalf) a resolution to slim down a bit!
    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the automated entry form}

  • Michelle S

    I don’t know about resolutions for my dog, but I’ll be focusing on getting her through double knee surgery successfully. What a way to start a new year.

  • Carissa Whaatt

    To live another year.
    Sounds horrible, but he’s 13, hell be 14 in July.
    Old age is unfortunately catching up to him. <3

  • My New Year’s Resolution for Sookie is to help her shed a few pounds (she’s quite the little chunker!).

  • januarywins

    To go on 45 minute walks everyday.

  • Abby C

    to get better at taking walks!

  • Kelly Ann T

    We are going to continue to attend the fundraising events for our local shelters.

  • Annette Mayer

    More walks and following commands better 😉

  • Christine Aiello

    My New Year’s Resolution for my dog is to get more exercise in and lose a few pounds. She could stand to lose a couple of pounds.

  • Trish B.

    My New Year’s resolution for my dogs is to play with them more outside and work on training them more. Thank you!

  • Jennifer P

    My New Year’s resolution for Vix is a few more walks per week and working on her agression with other dogs. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • klcmaher

    I really need to spend more time with my MaggieMae. She’s such a good dog.

  • We’ll be learning lots of new tricks and getting involved in some doggie sports as our New Years Resolution 🙂

  • Linda Szymoniak

    I plan on taking my dogs out to the woods and the Indiana Dunes for long walks. Just walking around our subdivision and neighboring areas is getting boring for all of us.

  • jeanette sheets

    more exercise for them and myself which includes more walking and activities

  • Ruckus the Eskie

    TO have more play dates

  • Jessica @ Life with Duke

    To become better trained!

  • Lisa Kerr

    To get along with the cats better!

  • Angela Cash

    My pup’s resolution for the new year is to learn more tricks and share her toys with her foster brothers and sisters.

  • Janet T

    My pup’s resolution is to lose weight

  • ArtsyChaos

    My great dane needs to have some doggie classes in the new year.

  • LyricInTime2803

    My new year’s resolution for Shiloh is to find new was to spend time together.

  • Donna C.

    My resolution is to walk them more

  • Brynn

    To try to be better at keeping her out of the cat food.

  • Debbie

    New Year’s Resolution for my dogs? — and me! Go for more walks and get some exercise!

  • Rachel T

    More exercise for both of us!

  • Anne

    My resolution is to try to get out walking with our dog. I have issues that make it difficult sometimes, but he would love it!

  • Raine Dawson

    More exercise- our dachshund has gotten a bit plump.

  • dh_jax

    My New Years resolution is to take them on more walks, and to do more photo shoots of them, especially my oldest dog who is now 12.5. And to take them on lots of little trips to dog friendly stores which they really enjoy. I have eight dogs, three of which are rescues. This would be awesome to win for them. Several of my dogs would LOVE that fountain as several of them prefer to drink from the stream of water as I fill their water bowls. And that treat machine…..well, they would all probably sit by it waiting for it to give out treats and make a game out of who could get the treat first. Thanks for the chance to win these awesome things for my fur kids!

  • mullin77

    I want to take my dog Bailey for more walks and spent some more time with him.

  • Phoenixtl

    More time in nature.

  • donnak4

    more exercise

  • katklaw777

    More activity for my pooch…we will be going on more walks together.

  • Jeanne

    For the new year I decided to get more exercise so I will carry our dog Recon with me also.

  • Shelley Joy P

    play more and explore and see new things

  • Milene Mittelhauser

    Sally needs to get more exercise in the new year.

  • candy kratzer wenzel

    To get Diesel a brother or sister to have as company.

  • Kathleen

    My dog has suffered with pretty severe allergies his whole life. (he is 6 yrs old) My new year’s resolution is to get to the bottom of what he is allergic to for once and for all! Just today he went to a doggy dermatologist and we are starting over from square one. It is SO frustrating to have to do the “process of elimination” all over again for the umpteenth time! I wish they would just skip to the allergy testing to find out the real culprit.