Win Fiber for Dogs! {3 winners!}

Poop happens–and, if you’re out and about this summer traveling with your dog–we know that when it does happen you hope, hope, hope that poop is solid and easy to pick up.

The correct level of fiber helps ward off diarrhea and create easy-to-pick-up poop. It also helps to prevent constipation and anal gland problems. Is your dog getting the proper amount of fiber?

Fiber for Dogs encourages natural elimination and healthy digestion in an easy to use, convenient, portable, safe and natural powder free of preservatives, artificial ingredients and colors and made exclusively in the USA. Made of psyllium seed husk powder and dehydrated beet root powder, Fiber for Dogs comes in both 6-ounce and 12-ounce BPA-free containers.

Even when you’re traveling, Fiber for Dogs is easy to add to your dog’s food–just sprinkle it on your dog’s usual diet or mix it with 8 ounces of water (or broth).

Now THREE readers will each win a jar of Fiber for Dogs !

Got questions? For more information or to purchase Fiber for Dogs visit, email 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.

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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.

  • desithebonde

    my dog have a differnt typpe king pom has gland and princess she has bowel problem

  • Cheryl Chervitz

    Most of the time it is diarrhea problems at my house.

  • Helga

    My dog has gland issues sometimes.

  • Mary W

    Each of my dogs has one of the listed problems. If this product helps with anal glands, then my oldest guy gets his serving first!

  • Marla King

    I have a male dog who has bad anal gland issues….scooting around, etc.

  • Christine Aiello

    Anal gland issues

  • Roseanne Coggan

    Anal gland issues

  • DJohnson

    My pup has issues with constipation.

  • Steven Plummer

    Actually he has a lot of bad gas!

  • sandy weinstein

    my girls dont really have any problems. sometimes Tressa has gas. but they are pretty healthy girls.

  • Susan Pertierra

    Anal glands seem to be the issue at the moment.

  • AnnaZed

    Milo had to have part of his bottom rebuilt because an abusive person kicked him when he was a puppy (long before I adopted him, not in this house!). He alternates between having various problems with his poop. Sorry for the TMI.
    {in the contest I am Margot C___ on the automated entry form}

  • Daniel Scott

    Artie has had anal gland issues a few times, but most of the time he is healthy.