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Hill's Healthy Mobility Challenge!

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Hi neighbors!

Taking a break from moving the younger girl's bunkbed to our back patio. We finished painting and finally were able to move the beds in. They are now redecorating to their hearts content. They want Webster our new Sheltie pup to sleep out there with them. He probably will since he is doing so good on his house-training. He is one of the easiest dogs we have ever had regarding house-training.

I wanted to share with you for a minute about Hill's Healthy Mobility Challenge. There are 3 steps to taking the challenge.  First you need to register.  Next start feeding your dog Science Diet Healthy Mobility Dog Food, then share your success.  Track your dog's progress over 30 days and then visit the site and share your story.  By registering you will receive $30 in Hill's Healthy Mobility Coupon, and automatically be entered in their Sweepstakes where 30 winners will receive free pet food for a year. Now, that sounds great to me!  Make sure to check out the site for yourself.  Visit the Hill's Science Diet website where you will learn more about Hill's Pet Nutrition.  I will be checking them out myself, as I have heard alot of positive information regarding Hill's Science Diet and I wouldn't mind trying it.  If you use Hill's Science Diet leave a comment here letting me know how you like it.  I would love to hear your opinion.  You can also find Hill's Pet Nutrition on Facebook.

I have a feeling Webster would like it, although he seems to eat anything that can't get away from him first.  We found him with the lid off the treat jar helping himself after one of the children left it sitting on the floor.  He looked quite satisfied with himself.  Also if you need him to come, like when he is hiding under our bed... just make a crinkle a bag of snacks and he comes running. 

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