Thursday, December 13, 2012

Bil-Jac Treats for dogs Review & Giveaway ends 12/25 Daily US


Liver Treats:
Dogs agree, Bil-Jac Liver Treats for Dogs are delicious and perfect everyday! Give your dog loving attention and Bil-Jac Liver Treats for Dogs – there's nothing better.

Gooberlicious:
Dogs agree, these delicious and nutty treats are perfect every day! Give your dog loving attention and Bil-Jac Gooberlicious Dog Treats – there's nothing better. Made with real peanut butter.
 My dog Duke loved the treats and so did my cats. Every time I would give Duke a treat my cats would want some too and my dog would share them with them. I thought it was so cute. So this year for the holiday think of giving your dog a Bil-Jac Gooberlicious or Liver Treats.
Duke enjoying his treat with Gizzy

 Families are eagerly planning and buying gifts for their pets and for the pet lovers in their life. During this exciting time, pets can easily get into trouble or find themselves in unsafe situations with Christmas trees, holiday lights and sugary treats. It’s important to keep safety tips in mind while you are purchasing and partying the celebration of Christmas into memories.

1. Reconsider sharing a pet as a gift.

• The selection of a new pet is an important process, and not a split second "gift" decision

• The person that needs to be involved is the person that will be owning the pet.

• Many dogs end up in animal shelters and humane societies because they were given as a gift
and their owners weren’t ready for the commitment.

• Few people have time to take care of a new pet around the holidays. Instead of giving a pet, give a coupon or gift certificate from your local humane society.

2. Try to keep your dog from exploring around the Christmas tree, be aware of what he is doing, and make sure that he is not eating or chewing on any ornaments, cords, branches or other
holiday d├ęcor.

3. Keep the lights off and unplugged when you are away from home. In the event your dog does
chew on a cord, he will not be injured or shocked by the electricity.

4. Be aware of all the items you put out around the house during the holidays, including candy. Remember, to always keep dogs away from chocolate!

5. When you invite guests over, make sure they do not feed your dog people food. Little bites of food coming from dozens of guests can add up to more than your dog can
 handle and could make him sick.

6. One suggestion to keep him calm and your guests happy is to put your best friend in a
separate room during your holiday party.

7. One way to keep your pet safe during the party, but still not completely isolated from the fun,
would be to have a few of the guests give your dog some Bil-Jac treats before the night is
 through.

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Now for the giveaway: One lucky person will win A Bil-Jac Treats for dogs. This is open to US and ends 12/25/12 @ 11:59 pm est. To enter, simply do the tasks on the Rafflecopter widget below and you're set to have a chance to win! Remember you can't win if you don't enter.
 Good Luck, SaraLee's Deals Steals & Giveaways readers! Thanks for entering!
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  I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

 Disclaimer: I got the Bil-Jac Treats free to do this product review and was not paid for my response. Please note that SaraLee's Deals Steals & Giveaways are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill their prize

31 comments:

  1. My dogs love peanut butter anything! and Two dogs

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  2. I learned that 5 pounds of chicken goes into a 6 pound bag of food. That's pretty good. They also have some pretty good looking treats.

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  3. I really like the Dogs in Training section of their website and I learned that you have to build a good bond with your dog in order to get great training results. =)

    Kaci Guis.Harrison

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  4. I have 2 dogs, a really chunky pug and a hyper shihtzu. =) I'd give these to my dogs.

    Kaci Guis.Harrison

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  5. I would like to try the yapplenanas.

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  6. I have two dogs - a black lab/chow mix and a corgi/beagle/collie mix.

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  7. I learned that no fat is added to Bil-Jac Super Premium Dog Food.

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  8. I have 4 dogs, and I would keep these!

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  9. Little-Jacs Small Dog Training Treats

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  10. We have 1 dog & I would give these to him.

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  11. I have one dog, and she loves food! :)
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  12. I like that they have dog food formulas specifically for small breeds.
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  13. They use a slow vacuum process and use the freshest chicken!

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  14. I have one little puppy!

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  15. learned they started in 1947. Thank you.

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  16. I would like to donate these to a local rescue.

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  17. I learned that there are some excellent resources for care and feeding of different dog breeds and age groups.

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  18. My family is looking into adopting a dog, so I was quite interested in the article called "10 Reasons Why You Should Adopt a Mature Dog". The biggest pointer I learned was that you instantly see a dog's true colors when you get a mature dog... very true! Thanks for hosting this contest!

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  19. Right now my family has a 10-year-old Westie. She would love some new treats!

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  20. I have one dog that I rescued as a stray. He would be the one to receive these treats if I win. Thank you!

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  21. I learned that 5 pounds of chicken is used to make a 6 pound bag of Bil-Jac Adult Select Formula. I'm impressed!

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  22. They use 25 lbs of chicken to make a 30 lb bag

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  23. We have two Dobermans that would love any of these treats!

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  24. That they don't add fat.

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  25. they have a best friends club

    would be for my very very spoiled puppy daughter

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  26. Dogs love this food! (and it's good for them)

    We can buy this at PetSmart and Petco.

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  27. If I won, these would be treats for my daughter's dog.

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  28. I learned 10 reasons why it is good to adopt a mature dog (carpet will last longer, what you see is what you get, etc)

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  29. I would give these to the nice lab across the street!

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