Wednesday, October 23, 2013

IAMS Shakeables *Giveaway* #ShakeItForward

If you’re a fan of Talking Animals videos, you’re in for a treat! Today, wildly popular Talking Animals video producer Andrew Grantham launched his newest video collaboration with IAMS called “Punk’d Puppy”, which shows what happens when you trick a dog for treats. This video gives a smile and laugh to pet lovers everywhere, but it helps pets too.

IAMS will donate a bowl of food to pets in need for every video view or #ShakeItForward hashtag share. The IAMS #ShakeItForward food donation starts today and runs through Dec. 31st, giving pet owners and animal lovers a fun and easy way to help provide meals to nonprofit animal shelters across the country during the holiday season.

How can you help?
·Share the video and #ShakeItForward hashtag to help spread the word.
·Let your dog try Shakeables, and share your pet’s reaction once they know what that recognizable sound is…Stand by for hilarious happy dances, and help other pups with the hashtag #ShakeItForward.

Following last December’s popular IAMS and Andrew Grantham holiday-themed collaboration titled Singing Pets Video, IAMS is once again partnering with Grantham in a new video that highlights the fun behind tricking a dog and the brand’s Shakeables treats. Treats are a growing category for dog owners, and IAMS wanted to take this opportunity to connect with dog owners in a fun and unique social way. With IAMS Shakeables, one shake is all it takes. Shakeables are soft and meaty treats from IAMS, offering a portable treat option that helps create enjoyable and fun moments of interactions with dogs – including everyday occasions like after a walk, to training occasions like teaching a new trick or house-training. The shake of a can signals it’s time for a treat. IAMS Shakeables are available in three meaty flavors that dogs love: Clucky Me with Chicken, Un-baa-lievable with Lamb and Gobble ‘Em Up with Turkey.
 

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