Walaga, Australia, November 29, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Colin Seal of the Dog Line, http://www.thedogline.com.au/, has explained the details of the 70’s Boogy Woofy Competition, “It is relatively simple: You Enter. We Donate and You Win”.
This is a big boost to the efforts of animal rescue all across Australia. Colin says that there are 200 dog toys waiting to be donated. Pet owners are encouraged to join the 70’s Boogy Woofy contest by sending in photos of their dogs in 70’s costume. In every 50 entries, The Dog Line will donate 50 dog toys to dog rescues around the country.
The contest mechanics are simple, all you have to do is take your dog’s photo, fill up the registration form and upload your images on the next page. The Dog Line will send you an email and approve your photograph. You can then post your own entry on Facebook and get your friends to like them. To top it all, you get the chance to donate a dog toy for the Dog Rescue team at Winter Appeal.
The primary objective of the Dog Line is to donate dog toys to less fortunate dogs.
“Our goal is to donate 50 dog toys for every 50 entries we receive until we reach 200 entries,” says Colin Seal.
All interested individuals are encouraged to help out by joining and inviting all of their friends to submit their entries. Entries are accepted until Tuesday December 11, 2012 @3PM AEST
Winners will be announced on December 12, 2012 and the prizes will be posted on Friday, December 14, 2012. You will receive an email notification to confirm your entry. Your email address is important because the Dog Line will use it to contact you when the winners are announced.
This venture is one way of raising funds for dog rescue. Remember that you or your dog will have to be dressed up in your favourite 1970s gear.
The Dog Line is a premiere online store for dog products and supplies. Among the products for sale are the Dog Cooling Mat that can keep your pet comfortable because it disburses heat away from your pet’s body. The dog cooling mat fits all dog sizes and will keep them cool without you doing anything. This is normally sold for $117 but your price has been discounted to $85 over at The Dog Line.
According to the Dog Line, the cooling mat works through a gel inside which absorbs your pet's body heat and rapidly dissipates it. The cooling bed is weight or pressure activated. As soon as your dog lies down, the cooling effect starts. Gone are those days where you need to put the mat in water to cool them because the dog cooling pad automatically recharges itself when not in use. These mats fit perfectly on any surface such as the floor, dog bed, car seats, beach, crate or kennel. The cooling mats are also an excellent solution for ageing dogs with ailments such as arthritis and aching joints.
For more information on the 70’s Boogy Woofy Contest, please visit http://www.thedogline.com.au