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Chalkboard Dogs are Neat!



Hey Neighbors!

I received this really neat Chalkboard Dog.  It is a silhouette of a Sheltie!  I LOVE it!  We hung it on the hallway wall, near the basement door.  When I say hung, I guess maybe I should say placed.  The Chalkboard Dog comes with and adhesive backing, so you can place it anywhere you have room.  And that's not all!  They are repositionable, so you can move them if you like.  You can place them on a wall, refrigerator, freezer, any other flat, smooth surface.  Oh and they are from Steadfast Friends!

Isn't this nice! And no, it is not on pegboard, that is flowers on the wall.

You can write on Chalkboard Dogs with regular chalk, or you can use Chalk Ink.  The Chalkboard Dog is easy to clean with a chalkboard eraser or a damp cloth.  I really like the Chalk Ink that I received with my Chalkboard Dog.


The material used for ChalkboardDogs! is an eco friendly chalkboard film coated with a repositionable, removable adhesive. The grainy texture, slate gray film provides an exceptional finish for writing or drawing with chalk or Chalk Ink®. It wipes clean with an eraser, damp cloth or sponge.


This is what the Chalk Ink looks like. 

You can use your Chalkboard Dog to leave messages for each other, use it as a chore chart, keep track of when the dog is getting fed or walked.  There are many uses for your Chalkboard Dog.  And it is available in so many different silhouettes.  You can see what is available by visiting Steadfast Friends.  The Chalkboard Dogs are available for $29.95.  The Chalk Ink can also be found there for $18.95.

Another nice thing to know is, Steadfast Friends gives a portion of all sales to pet charities.
Every time you purchase something from our website we will donate 10% of your purchase price to one of our Charity Partners, and importantly, we are going to let you choose which charity gets the donation.

So neighbors, what do you think?  Does this sound like something you would be interested in?  I hope so, because Steadfast Friends has given me a code for you to use on their site.  It is: steadfast20%

If you visit their site or decide to purchase one, leave a comment here and let me know.  Or take a minute and then leave a comment if they have your breed of dog!  Thanks for visiting today At the Fence!  See you soon!

Disclaimer:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are directly from the sponsor's email and/or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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