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Frosty Paws giveaway again!

Rachel Phelps
Written by Rachel Phelps

OH MY DOG!  I get to giveaway more Frosty Paws!!!!  I am so excited.  If you haven’t tried  Frosty Paws?  They are one of the best things ever!  It is “ice cream” made just for us, dogs.  Back when my blog was just a pup we did a review on the great treats.  Here are all the details ==> http://www.prestonspeaks.com/2010/06/26/frosty-paws/

This giveaway is not just for one prize, or two, or even five, but for TEN WINNERS!  Every winner will get a prize pack with coupons for two boxes of Frosty Paws frozen snacks (What did you think? … I would ship you the frozen treat?  What a mess that would be … hehehe) and your very own plush frosty paws dog.  Personally, I think he is a Westie!  His name is Frosty, but if you want, you can name your stuffed animal Preston instead (hint, hint)!  The value of this awesome prize is $17.63.

I put my intern Elvis to work getting the boxes together.  But he had issues with the packing tape and got some on his nose! You just can’t get good help now days!

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So what are you waiting for?  Enter now!

How to win!

How: Comment below and tell us:  How did you and your doggie meet?

Prize: TEN lucky readers will win a Frosty Paws prize pack (open to the US only)
Dates: February 18th – March 4th
How To Enter: : Comment below and tell me  has your doggie tried Frosty Paws and if so what did he/she think about them?   Make sure to follow the instruction on Rafflecopter to be officially entered.
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About the author

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps, “America’s Pet Parent,” is an award-winning writer, photographer, and certified dog trainer. She keeps busy managing the career of her Internet celebrity dog Preston from Preston Speaks. Her three Westies — who think they are mini-humans — and three cats rule the house. To learn more about Rachel go to: Rachel Phelps Website

41 Comments

  • I saw a little black snout across the store during am adoption event. Then a scruffy face pawing up at me, so brother and sister came home together 😉

  • Sissy was in Petsmart at an adoption event. I was looking for a dog and she caught my eye. After walking around the store with her and feeding her pizza crust and sugar cookies it was love at first sight. She’s been a godsend throughout these difficult times I’ve been having.

  • We adopted all 3 of ours from Baldwin County Animal Control Center. I just want to say they all LOVE Frosty Paws!!

  • Chaia and I met at an adoption event. And, while it sounds like a scene from a movie, it was so completely real when our eyes met through the bars of her kennel. And, that was all it took! I am forever grateful to have met her that day!

  • I obviously can’t read! We picked Luke out of his bunch at the Humane Society because he walked up to my husband and started chewing on his laces. He picked us!

  • I rescued Brandi and Lexi (both are puppy mill rescues) after losing my 15 yr old pomapoo last year on New Years Day. I knew before we lost him of old age that I would not be able to stand being without a canine companion for long when his time came. I started looking for another baby after a few weeks and found Brandi a 2 and 1/2 yr old pom on Petfinder. She was with a rescue group so we drove past Charlotte NC to get her(after approval) My neice who was finishing her doctorate of Veternairy Sciences found Lexi (who was taken from a puppy mill) and was about to be put down in a shelter she worked in as a student. She was about 5 and not the most gorgeous girl but to me she was beautiful.She is a poodle mix and had been horribly abused. So I said bring her to me! I went looking for 1 dog but found 2 who needed me as much as I needed them. Hard to believe that on Mar 8 Brandi has been with us for a year and Lexi has been with me for a year the last week of March. They are loved and they are very spoiled now.

  • My Dogs Loved Frosty Pops..I only have to say the name and they stand on Alert and try to look so Perrty so they can get their Treats.

  • Love these.perfect for my dog who only has four teeth. After I bath him I drape him in towels and give him one of these while waiting for the shampoo to work ( ten minutes). I can clean up while he enjoys his treat. He loves it

  • Oh I forgot. I was heartbroken after losing my second Westie Maddy. Did not want to go thru that heartbreak again. Little did I know my husband had been online looking for a dog. When he found Doc somehow he knew. Doc is the PERFECT dog for me. Just what the doctor order. Hehe I can hold him all day and lots of days I do

  • Nomad was a drop off in our neighborhood. Tim & I
    adopted her and she hasn’t tried Frosty Paws yet. We are still
    getting to know Nomad and she is getting to know us. She is a real
    sweetheart.

  • mom came all the way to BG to pick me up. i was a little
    puppy lost on a country road. people found me and called boxer
    rescue. they then called mom and she said she would foster me. But
    she feel in love and kept me. Izzie: mom got me from her friend
    that breed their boxers. i turned out white and they said i was
    very special and had to go to a special home. so they picked my
    mom. Dobbie

  • I “met” Atticus through an ad in the paper. First, I was told someone else had called first, but a few days later, the man who had placed the ad called back. He said that person had fallen through, and if I was the first to show up with money, I could get the dog. He was only a year old when I got him, and the only thing that looked like a Westie was his white fur! Before I got my boy, Atticus, I had filled out an adoption application with the Greater Atlanta Westie Rescue Group. They called a few weeks after I got Atticus and said they had a couple of females from Ireland if I was still interested. Of course I was! Atticus needed a playmate. Atticus rode with me up to Georgia to check out the 2 females. One came out of their crate at a time. The first one came up and smacked Atticus on the nose, and that was our girl, Scout! Scout had never been outside (the vet said by her teeth, she was 4-5 years old) and didn’t even know how to play. 3 years later we are a very happy family!

    We have never seen Frosty Paws Frozen Treats, so my dogs have never tried them.

  • I met all my dogs at the shelter! My dog’s Have tried
    Frosty Paws, they love it (Well, our newest hasn’t tried it
    yet)

  • No, my “brother” Sidney has never tried Frosty Paws treats
    but he loves treats of any kind & would jump at the chance
    to have these to enjoy 🙂 Thanks!

  • Foxy loves Frosty Paws! She will carry her little cup
    around the house, stopping in various places to eat a little, then
    moves on. Lucy takes two or three licks, then she is done. She
    doesn’t like anything cold!

  • I have eight doggies, three of which are rescues. Amazingly
    enough we have not tried frosty paws even though I’ve had dogs my
    whole life. I admit, I do give my dogs a spoon of real ice-cream
    occasionally. I know it’s not good for them but they only get a
    taste of vanilla and only occasionally. One of my youngest is so
    crazy about ice-cream though that it’s my secret word for him. If
    he’s outside and I need him in fast because the mailman is coming
    or kids are running down the road or anything else I don’t want him
    to bark at, I whisper “ice-cream” and without hesitation he runs as
    fast as he can to the house and in the door…. He knows what the
    word means and will sit drooling until I give him a little taste.
    Ice-cream has also broadened to mean any cold sweet treat for him
    including frozen yoghurt, regular yoghurt, and sherbet and he goes
    nuts for them all. I know my dogs, especially bambam would
    absolutely love to try frosty paws and they would love the little
    frosty dog to carry around too. Stuffed toys are treasures in my
    house, each dog picks their favorites and those toys are Off limits
    to the other dogs….it’s cute, they know whose are whose…..and
    all shelties protect their babies from two of the rescues, a pit
    bull and a chihuahua as those two are monsters who shred toys.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win….and my dogs thank you
    too!

  • Preston, I forgot to tell you how my doggies and I met….I
    have eight doggies. A couple of them were born here so I met them
    when I helped deliver them….others were purchased from breeders
    in various locations and I met them when I went to pick them
    up….and the remaining three of my doggies are rescues. One rescue
    I met in petsmart where his former mommy gave him to me because she
    had too Many big dogs and too many children according to her and no
    time for a puppy…. My rescue chihuahua I met when I rescued him
    from the pound when they were getting ready to euthanize him
    because he was real skinny and real sick. And my last rescue I met
    when I found him wandering the street eating out of garbage cans.
    He had been hurt by someone and had ribs broken and internal
    bleeding and he was just a baby…. So, that’s how I met my current
    bunch of doggies….

  • Scooter, my yellow lab, loves his Frosty Paws. It’s the only way I can get him to stay still long enough to put his flea medicine on his back.

  • Both my dogs like Frosty Paws, but Shiloh especially loves them! Only downside is I can only find the Original Flavor around here- I keep seeing pictures of a peanut butter flavor and really wish I could find it around here!

  • I Fell in Love with molly at the dog Pound seen her kept dreaming about her and my husband said get Her so we went back and shes been my baby and molly loves frosty paws

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