#Giveaway – Win Fiber for Dogs (3 winners!)

OK, let’s be honest here…every time you pull out the poop bags, you’re hoping–and I mean really hoping–that the poop is going to be solid and easy to pick up. There’s nothing quite like that sensation of reaching down to scoop up a palm full of poop that’s more pudding than pellet.

An important element of achieving firm fecal material is fiber. That correct level of fiber gives your dog’s waste its solid state–but without causing constipation. And the maintenance of that correct level of fiber also prevents the dreaded anal gland problems that can be smelly for us to be around and uncomfortable if not painful for our dogs.

We’ve got a new giveaway from Fiber for Dogs to share with you for the brand-new 6-ounce size of this USA-made product! Encouraging natural elimination and healthy digestion, Fiber for Dogs is an easy to use, convenient, portable, safe and natural powder free of preservatives, artificial ingredients and colors. Made of psyllium seed husk powder and dehydrated beet root powder, Fiber for Dogs comes in a 12-ounce, BPA-free container and the new 6-ounce size! Both sizes are available on Amazon for easy ordering.

It’s super easy to use Fiber for Dogs: simple add to 8 ounces of water, or beef or chicken broth. After your dog becomes accustomed to Fiber with Dogs, just sprinkle it on your dog’s food!

Now THREE readers will each win a 6-ounce jar of Fiber for Dogs ($14.95)!

Got questions? For more information or to purchase Fiber for Dogs visit fiberfordogs.com, email info@fiberfordogs.com or call (866)-698-4249.

How to Enter

You’ll enter in the widget below; as always, the winners will be selected at random. Good luck!

This giveaway is sponsored by and fulfilled by Fiber for Dogs.

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.

  • sandy weinstein

    my oldest has and with her on chemo now, it would be nice to have to make sure she has a solid poop.

  • Helga

    Our doxie hasn’t suffered from anal gland issues yet. But we know he is vulnerable to having issues.

  • Allison Hoffman

    my dog doesnt have anal gland issues but i give him extra fiber when he has diarrhea or digestion issues

  • Marilyn Nawara

    My dogs haven’t had this issue.

  • Amy Slover

    No not that I know of

  • Marla King

    Yes…..we have had the scooting across the floor action.

  • Cheryl Chervitz

    One of my Boston’s, who has passed, used to have anal gland issues.

  • Dawn Rasor

    One of mine has, not a very nice thing to have to deal with.

  • Christine Aiello

    Yes! She has gotten her anal glands cleaned out quite a few times.

  • MichelleCat

    My older dog yes, because before I rescued her she had had a litter right before that. My younger one, no.

  • Steven Plummer

    yes!

  • Margie Rohauer

    no thank goodness

  • musiclady1949

    No – ewwww..Fortunately.

  • Roseanne Coggan

    Yes,my Chihuahua has had anal gland problems.

  • DJohnson

    No, not yet anyway.