#DoggyDental Twitter Party

Smelly-Breath

Join us for a #DoggyDental Twitter party on Thursday, 2/25 at 10:00 am PST/1:00 pm EST with Banfield Pet Hospital.

We’ll be chatting about your furry friends and how to get the kids involved in pet care. Chat to enter to win $50 gift cards!

Twitter Party Details:

What: #DoggyDental Twitter Party

When: Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 10:00 am PST/ 1:00 pm EST.

Official Hashtag: #DoggyDental

Make Sure To Follow@ModernMom @Banfield 

Prizes, Prizes, Prizes: Winners will be selected at random from those using #DoggyDental and following @ModernMom, for a total of five (5) winners. RSVP in the comment section below.

Prizes include: $50 gift cards

RSVP and Enter Now to Win Pre-Party Prize: You can win a $50 gift card before the party even starts! Enter to win now by leaving a comment below, entering in the contest widget or retweeting the tweet below. Remember to use #DoggyDental.

Banfield Pet Hospital® is promoting National Pet Dental Health Month with its children’s book titled “My Very, Very Smelly Breath,” a scratch-and-sniff story written to entertain and educate children on the importance of being a responsible pet owner with an emphasis on helping with their pet’s dental health. The book, a sequel to the 2014 release “My Very, Very Busy Day,” follows the journey of dog protagonist Queen Esther as she learns she has very, very smelly breath, and her furry companions Captain Noodles and Kitty who help her find an easy solution to a healthy mouth. Along the way, families will learn fun and educational ways to involve kids in healthy pet dental habits such as brushing their pet’s teeth (which should always be done by an adult), providing healthy dental treats and scheduling regular visits to the veterinarian for recommendations on the best care specific to your pet. Learn more here. The book is available at any of the more than 925 Banfield Pet Hospital locations nationwide for a suggested donation of $10: 100% of the donations for the book go to Banfield Foundation to provide preventive and dental care to pets in need,

Official rules here.

Tell us in the comment section below:

How do your kids help out with their pets?

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