[Giveaway] “Yappy New Year” From PetMeds®

The long-standing tradition of making resolutions on New Year’s Eve is a great opportunity to get a fresh start, make goals, and set healthier habits. Many dog and cat parents make resolutions for their pets, too, but may struggle to make healthy changes that last all year. To help them start off 2022 on the right paw, PetMeds® is giving away New Year-Healthy Pet Prize Packages to 8 lucky winners.

When it comes to celebrating New Year’s, cats and dogs can benefit from being included in the holiday traditions – beyond staying up until midnight and giving kisses when the ball drops. While it can be challenging to stick to their own resolutions, let alone ones made for their pets, pet parents can improve their pet’s health and happiness by setting themselves up for success.

For example, it’s easier to remember to go for more frequent walks when the leash is in an easily accessible spot. A new leash hook mounted near the front door makes it nearly impossible to forget to make time for sniffing expeditions.

For pet parents with a broad resolution of helping their pets get healthier, small changes like switching to wholesome treats can be a good start. Treats made with lean animal protein are suitable for most cats and dogs, and can help achieve training goals without contributing to weight gain. Those struggling to manage ongoing health issues should seek advice from their veterinarian.

Pet parents should remember to set achievable, sustainable goals that can fit into their busy schedule. Many New Year’s resolutions, whether for people or pets, fall to the wayside when they’re overly ambitious.

Most dog and cat parents don’t brush their pet’s teeth daily, as recommended by veterinarians. If daily brushing is not a realistic resolution, even twice-weekly brushing can make a difference.

All pet parents are invited to enter the Yappy New Year Giveaway for a chance to win a New Year-Healthy Pet Prize Package that will include Super Pure Omega 3 Soft Gel Caps and PetMeds® Ear Cleansing Solution.  The New Year-Healthy Pet Prize Package will also include The Missing Link Ultimate Feline Formula and UT Soft Chews for cat parents, and Probiotic Chewys G.I. Tract Supplement and Be Well For Dogs for dog parents.

The PetMeds® Yappy New Year Giveaway runs from Monday January 3, 2022, through Monday, January 31, 2022. Everyone who enters from 12:01 AM Eastern Time (“ET”) January 3, 2022 to January 31, 2022 at 11:59 PM ET is eligible to win. There will be a total of 8 winners. Two winners will be notified each Friday in January – 1/7, 1/14, 1/21, and 1/28.

Win A FREE New Year-Healthy Pet Prize Package!
Start your new year off right! Let us know below your pet’s New Year’s resolution and you could win a FREE New Year-Healthy Pet Prize Package from PetMeds®! Two winners will be chosen at random Every Week in January starting 1/7/22, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! There will be eight (8) winners. (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!   

Congrats to our Week 1 Winners Jackie Nikles in Alabama and Julie Reuter in North Carolina, our Week 2 Winners Rose Hippel in Florida and Ellen Beck in Iowa, Week 3 Winners Paul Rowe in New Jersey and Michele Steinert in Michigan, and Week 4 Cheryl Rosa in Florida and Samantha Martin in Virginia. Look out for an email from us! This contest has ended, but there are still plenty of reasons to smile with PetMeds®

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  1. Bandit, Bonnie and Clyde promise to be Nice to each other 🙂

  2. I have a spayed Doberman Pinscher who is a full grown girl! Her New Year’s resolution is to stop begging and asking for extra food!! Looking forward to a more sleek body’ in 2022!

  3. Christmas Eve, I discovered, Dakoda, my 2-year-old Yellow Labrador Retriever had a severe ear infection. I clean his ears every couple weeks and he showed no sign of pain or discomfort and was not even scratching or rubbing at it. I was very fortunate that my veterinarian works most holidays and was able to see us. I was able to get medicine and start treatment. Dakoda just went beck for his recheck and all is well. Not just cleaning, but checking your pet’s ears often is so important. As I mentioned they often show no outward signs of pain even though they are experiencing it. My resolution is to check and clean his ears weekly instead of bi-weekly. Also, I am going to tell this story as often as I can in hopes that it will encourage/inspire others to check their pets’ ears immediately and often. This is something that is often overlooked, but easily preventable and, of course, we want our pets to be healthy and pain free. Happy New Year Everyone and Thanks for all the fun Pet Meds.

  4. Gracie resolves to lose some weight. She hopes her mama will be her weight-loss buddy!

  5. Our senior dog and 2 cats are the best New Year celebrations we could ever ask for!!

  6. my dog loves cookies so keep away so she doesent get fat only good snacks right max

  7. Pearl promises to try to not lick mama and daddy so much

  8. My dog Abby is eleven years old now. She loves the omega 3 chews she gets every day. She wishes everyone a happy new year.

  9. Smoke the 15 year old Tabby resolves not to wake up her people parents at 4:30 am

  10. We have multiple cats in our family and our oldest girl, Hera, we recently discovered has beginning severe stages of dental disease so our New Year’s resolution is better dental health for all of our fur babies by using dental additives in their water and various dental chews.

  11. My boys promise to be good and to not knock the Christmas tree down anymore! 😻

  12. mt cat promises to not fight taking his insulin.

  13. Brooks resolves to smile for pictures instead of snarling….

  14. Jasmine’s New Years resolution is to not eat any table scraps so she can get to a healthy weight! And Brutus is making a resolution to stop chasing the deer in our yard! Lol💜

  15. My dog Brutus’ New 2022 Year resolution is to take his vitamin that will help him not have dry itchy skin. He also says he’ll be calmer during bath time so maybe his adoptive people mom can get his bath over with quicker. I see Jasmine who also commented also has a dog named Brutus. My dog is a min pin/Manchester terrier mix, but I think he thinks he’s a Doberman Pincher.

  16. My sweet Lilly promises to continue to be my cuddle bunny and be the most affectionate doggie in the world!!

  17. I have a soft for all critters! I rescued Cowboy Kitty about seven years ago, Turtle turtle about four years ago and Cooper (African grey parrot) about a year ago now. They are all doing so well now.
    Oh course with abused and neglected rescues it is a everyday struggle but I think love will prevail! I’m just spoiling them rotten and praying a lot.
    Hope everyone had a great holiday!

  18. max is so good but likes the newspaper before i am finish.

  19. Bolt needs to shed a couple pounds, he needs more exercise, foods, and supplements good for his body, and continues being a protector and therapist He hopes to win, but ok that any of his ilk will

  20. My dog Bolt is loyal and protective, he deserves a win, has entered these contests for three yrs. maybe more. His resolution is to lose weight and exercise and try and not be afraid to drive in the car.

  21. My fur baby is Bolt and he is also a protector, I have Muscular Dystrophy and if he notices I might fall, he’s right there. He wants to exercise more and lose weight.

  22. I am a Vietnam Vet, my dog is Bolt, he is very therapeutic for me. He’s been an awesome dog and he’s recently lost his brother, he is now more attentive than ever. He would like to put aside his fear of getting in the car, exercise and lose weight


  24. My dear Great Dane promises to not bite up my Halloween pumpkin before Halloween, this year. *Been unsuccessful in the past*

  25. stop max from jumping all the time

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