Vital Essentials Hosts “Train Your Dog” Contest


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In honor of National Train Your Dog Month, Vital Essentials is hosting its first ever “Train Your Dog” Contest on Instagram to help promote the importance of socialization and training for happier, healthier dogs. 

The contest will run from Jan. 13 through Jan. 27, 2020. Two winners will be selected from photos posted on Instagram with #TricksforVETreats. 

Pet parents can enter the “Train Your Dog” Contest in three steps:
1. Teach your dog a new trick or help them perfect one they already know.
2. Capture a photo or video of your dog showing off their trick.
3. Post the photo or video on Instagram with #TricksforVETreats.

All entries will be featured in Vital Essentials' Instagram highlights. Winners will be selected on Jan. 31, 2020 and will receive a prize pack that includes five Vital Essentials Freeze-Dried Family Size Treats, an $80 value. The newest additions to the Vital Essentials lineup are fit for multi-dog families or for sharing at a pup’s play dates.

“Our high value treats are ideally suited for training puppies, teaching new tricks or reinforcing positive behaviors,” said Melissa Olson, VP marketing & sales. “Because our treats are made from single protein and freeze-dried, their nutritional value is much higher than other treats that are highly processed.” 

National Train Your Dog Month was established in 2010 and is designed to promote the importance and benefits of training dogs. Many dogs are turned into animal shelters each year for behavior and training issues that could be easily solved with proper socialization and positive training. 

 

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