Saturday, October 8, 2011

Hill's Pet Nutrition In Action!

This post is brought to you by Hills Pet Nutrition. All opinions are 100% mine.

Zipping here, jumping there, whipping past, bounding fast!
Alpha –our 2-year old sprightly, springy mini pinscher—is a mobile force to reckon with.  She’s the Tasmanian Devil doggified!
But, while she brings a whole lot of life to the household, we do worry about her legs.  They do take a pounding with every fast action adventure she gets her tiny body into.  What if she hurts her joints?  What if she suddenly lags?  Or worse, loses flexibility and mobility altogether?  I don’t think my poor little heart can take it!

To this worry wart pet parent’s rescue, heeere’s Hill’s Pet Nutrition!
HIll's is revolutionary health food specifically formulated to bring back the spring in your pet’s step.  It has high levels of omega-3 fatty acids for enhanced active mobility and improved joint flexibility.  EPA, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate for essential bone and joint cartilage support.  High-quality lean proteins for lean muscle and ideal body weight.  And it’s a clinically proven antioxidant blend for healthy immune function.

The moment Alpha starts showing early signs of joint health problems and flexibility issues, I’m definitely going for that life-changing experience only the precise balanced nutrition of Hill’s Science Diet can offer.  Super diet for future super dogs, you think?  That's Hill's Pet Nutrition.

But what’s got me more excited is the fact that this amazing product also comes with an amazing deal.
Register now at Hill's Healthy Mobility Coupon Challenge and improve your dog’s mobility health in 30 days.   Plus, get $30 in coupon offers, and automatically bag a chance to be one of 30 Sweepstakes prize winners to receive FREE PET FOOD for a year!
For our furry baby ball of energy, nothing gets better than that!

Oh –what do you know—it just got better.  There's Hill's Pet Nutrition on Facebook where I can upload Alpha’s high-octane, action-packed photos to.

Woot!   Or should I say, Woof?

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