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Ideal Balance Treats Are Cool AND Healthy AND You Could Win 3 Free Bags

As pet parents we all know that our FIDO’s provide us with the most simple form of happiness in our lives. Whether they are bounding to the door to see us when we get home from work, proudly trotting around with their newest squeak toy or chasing each other through the backyard on a sunny day, they always provide us with an immediate sense of pure joy. So naturally, we want to do the same for them. 

We are always on the lookout for cool, healthy new ways to “treat” our precious pups. Our latest discovery is the new, all-natural dog treats from Hill’s® Ideal Balance™.     

Ideal Balance treats are made with all-natural ingredients like real chicken and they’re grain-free! There is no corn, wheat, soy, added artificial preservatives, colors or flavors.  What’s more, all of Hill’s Ideal Balance treats are manufactured locally, right here at home in the USA.  We were happy to find that Hill’s carefully chooses high-quality ingredients, most of which are sourced from the U.S., with all meat and poultry coming from USDA-inspected facilities.  Hill’s has zero tolerance for Salmonella, we like that!

They offer two varieties, “Soft-Baked Naturals” and “Oven-Baked Naturals” How delicious does that sound? Both varieties have plenty of different flavors to choose from, like Chicken & Apples, Beef & Sweet Potatoes and Turkey & Cranberries. 

AND – a whopping TWENTY (!) FIDO Fans will be chosen at random, to receive a variety pack of 3 bags of Hill’s® Ideal Balance™ dog treats to taste test with your FIDO!

All you have to do is visit HILL’s website and tell us which variety of treats your FIDO would most love and why!  Send to  – (Put IDEAL TREATS in the subject line)

We will accept submissions from 11/22/13 to 12/8/13 and will notify winners the week of 12/9/13.  Winners must provide U.S. shipping addresses.


Author has been compensated for completion of this article.  Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article.

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