Win Free Dog Food for a Year from Havahart® Wireless

Lititz, PA (PRWEB) December 16, 2011

Havahart® Wireless, leading producer of electric dog fences, and Spike their chocolate lab mascot, are excited to announce a sweepstakes that will help save you money while keeping your favorite canine well fed. Entries will be accepted from December 9th through January 31st 2012, with one lucky price winner receiving a year’s supply of free dog food!

“Havahart® Wireless loves dogs and we know that all dogs love their specific brand of quality dog food,” explained Andy Long, Category Development Manager. “For that reason we decided to reward one lucky canine with a year’s supply of the dog food of his or her choice.”

To enter for your chance to win, please visit Only one entry per person will be accepted, multiple entries will disqualify all entries for that entrant, no purchase is necessary to enter. All terms and conditions are posted on the sweepstakes page for review.

Spike will be randomly selecting a winner on February 1, 2012. The winner will be notified via email. Total price value is up to $ 250, the equivalent of 160lbs of dog food for the year!

About Havahart® Wireless

After 8 years of research Havahart® Wireless and its partners successfully develops the latest generation in wireless dog fence technology with an instant circular dog fence that expands up to a 400 foot radius and the world’s first wireless dog fence that shapes to any yard. Both systems are designed to address the consumer’s need for a reliable, user-friendly, economical fencing solution capable of providing an extended dog roaming area not found in the industry today. Havahart® Wireless brings an unparalleled level of technical sophistication to the wireless dog fencing industry that’s groundbreaking without breaking ground.


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