From August 1st through August 31st 2014, pet owners nationwide can name the new recipe from Lucky Dog Cuisine! Come up with a cute, katchy pup pork recipe name for a chance to win the contest!
Other Lucky Dog Cuisine names: Original Beef and Rice, Bugsy's Best Beef and Barley, Perfect Pooch Pasta, Tail-Waggin' Turkey, Turkey 'N Taters and of course, Here Fishy Fishy.
How it works: Post your recommended new name for the Lucky Dog Cuisine Pork Recipe to Facebook or Twitter and win a chance for your dog to be the featured dog for the rest of year on the website and on social media. Winner will receive a 14lb variety pack of Lucky Dog Cuisine Dog Food! Plus, feature on the Lucky Dog Cuisine website, social media Facebook and Twitter pages, a press release about their story and a month of food! Facebook fans can vote for their favorite furry friend’s recipe name too. Start posting and voting today!
Facebook: Upload your RECIPE NAME to the Facebook contest page: https://www.facebook.com/
Twitter: Upload your Pork Recipe Name to our Twitter @ DrJaniceE.
Use the hashtag #NameThatLuckyDogFood for your chance to win.
Did you know that FDA regulations allow pet food to contain cheap fillers, potential allergens, and certain chemicals? Fear no more loving and responsible dog owners! This summer, watch your companions rejoice in Lucky Dog Cuisine’s new “human grade” flavor: Pork and Split Pea. Naturally delivering the variety dogs crave, the pork and split pea flavor contains pasture-raised pork wonderfully blended with split peas, carrots, pumpkin, zucchini, basil, oregano and garlic, so good you can eat it too! This nutritious meal is sure enough have your pup basking in summer fun.
The National Canine Cancer Foundation states that cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs over 10. With 1 in 4 dogs developing cancer every year and radiation costs up to $10,000 healthy nutrition is vital for your dogs well being and your finances.
“Just like us, dogs need a variety of whole, unprocessed foods for health. We wouldn’t eat one kind of highly processed dry food three meals a day every day and expect to be healthy but we do that to our dogs. Dry kibble has had the life cooked out of it! The proteins are damaged; vitamins and minerals are lost and need to be re-introduced in synthetic form,” says Dr. Janice Elenbaas, founder of Lucky Dog Cuisine.
Lucky Dog Cuisine continues to innovate recipes with months of research behind ingredients for freshness and purity, taking as long as they must to ensure their meats and vegetables do not contain chemicals.
“I nursed my beloved Golden Retriever Ginger back from her third cancer surgery. Watching Ginger struggle to rebound was just awful and to make matter worse she wouldn’t eat. The first time I gave Lucky Dog Cuisine to Ginger, her head never left the bowl. She considers it the best dog food and has been eating it ever since. Her coat looks better, she has more energy and her hair has started to grow back. She sure is a lucky dog for finding your food,” Carolyn Shumpert, Owner and Breeder of Bar C Kennels.
Like all Lucky Dog Cuisine Recipes, the Pork and Split Pea flavor contain only “human grade” ingredients free of additives, fillers and other questionable sources for vitamin supplementation. We know you love your dog, so feed them best with Luck Dog Cuisine.
Learn more at www.luckydogcuisine.com.