Spring Break 2012: Dogs Gone Wild!
Is everyone always telling you that your dog is the life of the party? Is your dog exhibiting signs of cabin fever? Unleashed Pups, Chicago’s favorite dog boarding and training facility, wants to reward the canine with the most outgoing and fun-loving personality by offering a Spring Break Package that goes to the dogs, which includes a free weekend stay for the winning pooch and two pals and of course, some tasty treats from Spring Naturals! Take some time to enjoy a little rest and relaxation while your dog and his buddies “party it up” in the festive Spring Break atmosphere at Unleashed Pups.
It’s easy to enter – no purchase is required, simply post a picture of your dog “partying” and living the good life on the Unleashed Pups Facebook page.
The staff at Unleashed Pups will review all entries and determine which dog seems to have the most entertaining personality in the photo. The top “party animal” will be rewarded with a free weekend stay at Unleashed any time from April 15 to June 15. The winner will be contacted directly by Unleashed and your dog will not only receive a Spring Naturals treat pack, but some TLC spoiling and publicity from the “puprazzi” at Unleashed Pups.
“Unleashed Pups was looking for a way to celebrate dogs being dogs and pack animals”, said Bridgid Nolan, dog trainer and owner of Unleashed Pups. “We pride ourselves on having a fun and exciting supervised atmosphere for our dogs during their stay with us so it’s a great treat for us as dog-lovers to recognize the most friendly dogs that are a part of our community.”
Even if your dog isn’t selected, don’t miss out on all the Spring Break fun at Unleashed Pups. In celebration of Spring Break Dogs Gone Wild, from now until April 15th book three nights at the Unleashed Pups facility and receive the fourth night free by posting your pets photo on the Unleashed Pups Facebook page! For more details on this special promotion please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Unleashed Pups offers not only boarding service, but daily dog daycare, walking and training courses. For more information, please visit their website or call 312.475.9910.
Stephanie Krol can be best described as a mixed breed of a newshound and publicist in the pet industry. She has the ability to sniff out the latest lifestyle trends when it comes to pets. As a proud “pet parent” of three rescues Nigel (cat), Simon (dog) and recent addition of Nola (cat). Stephanie spreads the word of animal welfare every chance she gets. She is the board president of the Humane Society of Elkhart County and serves as a spokeswoman for the animal shelter along with volunteers for a variety of animal welfare initiatives. For more information, visit Steph Tails All on Facebook.