Yes, you read that correctly. YOU can win dog food for an ENTIRE YEAR!
If you’ve been following me, then you know that I’m passionate about dogs and rescue and I love that I can share this Rachael Ray Nutrish Pin It to Win It contest, because one of my readers might win dog food FOR AN ENTIRE YEAR. How amazing would that be? I’m so excited thinking of it. The instructions are below and I’ll be pinning along with you (although I’m not eligible to win). Let’s do this!
And if you know a rescue group who could benefit from this contest! Please spread the word, because you know they could use the food! Rachael Ray Nutrish is a fine product and has received great reviews on DogFoodAdvisor.com. You can learn more about Rachael Ray’s work in rescue Here.
Pin it to Win it with Nutrish!
You could win FREE Nutrish dog food for one year!*
- Create a Pinterest Board and title it “What an adopted shelter dog needs”
- Use the Pin it to Win it image above as your board’s cover pin.
- Pin 1 pin from Nutrish’s board “Reasons to Adopt” board (link provided above)
- Pin 1 pin from Nutrish’s board “Nutrish Products” board (link provided above)
- Pin 1 pin linking to the ASPCA 100k Challenge (link provided above)
- Pin 2 pins of items that you believe a newly adopted dog would enjoy and need. These pins are up to you and can be any type of toy or necessity, like a food bowl, a leash, etc.
- Leave a link to your Nutrish “What an adopted shelter dog needs” board in the comment section of this blog and enter through the rafflecopter below. Be sure to check out how you can earn extra entires! (Several blogs are hosting this contest. As long as the Rafflecopter appears on the blog your comment with the link to your board qualifies.)
* Free Nutrish dog food for one year is the equivalent of two 14 lbs bags of food per month provided to the winner via coupons good at local retailer selling Nutrish.
This post is sponsored by Nutrish. I am being compensated to spread the word about the Nutrish What a Shelter Dog Needs Pin it to Win it Contest, but Keep the Tail Wagging only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers.