My dog, first off let me just complain that Domeek didn't get home in time for the dog park last night because Armageddon was happening on the Bay Area roads...it took her one whole hour to drive 2 miles from work to home! Isn't that insane?! I complained a bunch to her, but she didn't listen or care!! Pft! Instead, we just had a long walk around the neighborhood...but it just wasn't the same! Boo! :-(
Luckily though, there were 3 boxes waiting on the doorstep and guess what?! They were all for ME!! Yeah baby! :-D
Two of the boxes were my prizes from EventBarkers and Dr. Emmo after the #Pet1stAid Twitter party!
Dr. Emmo sent me a ton of their first aid products including: wound rinse, wound gel, ear rinse, and eye rinse! What's great about their products is that they are all safe to lick and sting free, which means no owies! Ok, so maybe I don't want to get hurt, but man, if I do...I'm soooooo set!! ;-) Hehehe!
Then the seriously pawesome EventBarkers sent me a whole bunch of their sponsors' products! Eeekk!!
Impatience showing again! ;-) This little guy is a Petlinks scents of security toy. When your pawrent leaves, they can put a piece of clothing or personal item inside of him, then you'll feel happy and secure like he/she is with you!
I was also lucky enough to receive a Gamma2 travel pet food container...hehehe, it looks massive next to me, but it holds more than 6 cups of pup food in an airtight and fresh sealed container! Not only great for traveling, but also to keep in your ever-growing disaster or first aid kit! ;-)
Finally, the package included a bunch of pet first aid tips (which I'm totally reading in the photo above) from the super knowledgeable Arden Moore and a reusable pet bandage from Healer's Pet Care! I'm pretty sure that thanks to this win and a product from my latest Barkbox (the third package) my first aid kit is completely and utterly complete!! WooHoo!
Thanks to everyone that participated in the Twitter party...I learnt soooooo much!
I hope that you all have a fantastic weekend...I'm off to Bark in the Park on Saturday morning where I hope to at least take a look at a Flyball demonstration (if not participate in a clinic that the group is offering), check out all the latest local dog and cat vendors, and listen to a couple of great talks (one, hopefully from my favoritist doggie trainer!). I just hope that it doesn't rain too much! Then on Sunday evening, I'm off to cousin Pippi's house for a playdate and dinner! Whoop Whoop!!
Take care everyone!