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IAMS “Love Tail” Contest

There is nothing better than coming home from a long day, and your furry friends greet you.
My two dogs, Bella and Princess Ewok, get very excited and show me a lot of affection.

Bella the Pug and Princess Ewok the Shih Tzu

It warms my heart to know I am that loved!!
They are definitely my furbabies, and get treated as one of the family.


Just like I have love for my pets, I'm sure you have a "tail" of your own.





IAMS is hosting a giveaway on Facebook right now.
The Share Your Love Tail Contest.
If you are Canadian, they are asking you to share your story.
Your story could be turned into a memorable video that will run on IAMS social media outlets, as well as a year supply of food for your loved one.
The grand prize is starring in your own advertising campaign with your loved pet.


How to Enter:
Visit IAMS Facebook page and share your Love Tail with a picture of your cat or dog. (500 characters or less.) You have until March 3rd to submit.

When the submission period is over, IAMS will select 25 cat stories and 25 dog stories as semi-finalists.
From those, IAMS will select the finalists, 5 cat and 5 dog stories. Each of those will win food for one year.
In April, IAMS will ask its' Facebook fans to pick the winner.

Here are a couple videos for inspiration.
And good luck to you!







DISCLAIMER: I was not compensated. 

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