Saturday, October 08, 2011

Enroll Your Dog in the Hill’s Healthy Mobility Challenge, Plus Enter to Win Free Pet Food!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Hills Pet Nutrition for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Just like people, our four-legged friends can become overweight and develop health problems if they don’t get a good diet and regular exercise. That’s why Hill's Pet Nutrition has issued the Hill’s Healthy Mobility Challenge for dog owners! There are three simple steps to the program:

  1. CLICK HERE to register for the program.
  2. Start feeding Science Diet® Healthy Mobility dog food to your dog and help him or her live an active life. (See the Hill's Healthy Mobility Coupon offers when you sign up.)
  3. Share your success! Track your dog’s progress over 30 days and come back to the Hill’s Healthy Mobility Challenge website to share your story with other pet owners.

The biggest benefit to this program, of course, is a healthier dog! But you also get the following perks for YOU when you register your dog for the Hill’s Healthy Mobility Challenge:

  • $30 in coupon offers
  • An automatic entry in the Healthy Mobility Challenge sweepstakes! 30 Winners will receive FREE PET FOOD for a year!

Imagine the money you’d save if you got free pet food for a year! We don’t have a dog at our house, but our boys have been begging us for one, of course. When we went to visit family in Alaska, we fell in love with a little Havanese owned by my sister-in-law’s boyfriend. Isn’t Leo adorable?

Leo is sweet, but he’s also one tough cookie. He recently survived an encounter with a bear! (Fortunately, my sister-in-law got him home quickly before either of them was attacked.)

If you’ve got a loveable pooch like Leo, I encourage you to give him or her plenty of exercise and CLICK HERE to get more information about Hill’s Science Diet dog food. You can also find Hill's Pet Nutrition on Facebook. And be sure to enter the Hill’s Healthy Mobility Challenge. Help your furry friend to stay healthy, and you may even be able to feed him for a year for free!

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