Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Zuke's Skinnys and Minis Giveaway!


We find the time between Halloween and Christmas the most dangerous time of year for poundage creep… and that can go for both you and your dog.

With holiday parties, special treats and visiting guests, it's easy to pack on the pounds without really noticing.

That's why we love having healthy, low-calorie treats on hand -- for both pups and humans -- to help keep those holiday pounds at bay.

Zuke's Mini Naturals and Skinny Bakes are a great choice to keep on hand for the pups during the holidays… and everyday!

Mini Naturals come in six yummy flavors (Wild Rabbit, Duck, Pork, Salmon, Peanut Butter and Chicken) and are only 3.5 calories per treat with ingredients like wholefood cherries and savory rosemary and turmeric.

Skinny Bakes pack a big crunch in three guilt-free flavors (Pumpkin 'n Sweet Potato, Cherry 'n Berry and Peanut Butter 'n Banana) and are only 10 calories each with healthy vegan ingredients.

And if you like to give your dog LOTS of treats like we do, you can break both these treats into even smaller pieces to make the calories go even further!

Rocco knows what it takes to stay trim and active!

All these Zuke's treats are made in the USA with no wheat, corn or soy.

Enter to win Minis and Skinnys from Zuke's!

Enter for a chance to  win via the Giveaway widget below. Simply enter your email and name to get started and then enter as many or as few ways as you like. Remember, the more you enter, the more chances you get to win!

Three lucky winners will each receive three packages of Zuke's treats (a combination of Skinny Bakes and Mini Naturals).

Good luck!

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Zuke's provided the prizes for this giveaway and will send the prizes to each of the winners. All opinions expressed herein are those of To Dog With Love.

51 comments:

  1. I have pugs and they are prone to overeat so I have to watch them. I measure out their food and I track what treats they get. I make sure they get lots of exercise.

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  2. We watch our dogs' weigh by making sure they eat a healthy, grain-free, dog food and get lots of exercise. We take them for walks and hikes, which benefits them and us!

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  3. Lots of exercise and measure out the food twice a day. Minimal treats.

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  4. We walk twice a day. It helps keep both dog and human active.

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  5. My vet said that my dog needs to lose about 5 pounds so I started giving him more healthy treats. He loves green beans, but he isn't crazy about carrots.

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  6. Luma and I run around in her new fenced in yard, take walks, play indoors and feed her the Zuke's mini's for a low calorie treat that is great for rewarding and training.

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  7. I have two one is 7 pounds, the other is 60 pounds. The little guy isn't much of an out doorman type. The big guy loves his walks and yard.

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  8. My puppy needs to gain weight. She is a very fussy eater. She is a chawawa. I make sure she gets fresh air and walks daily with plenty of sunshine.

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  9. We are always exercising, we eat healthy, love snacks, but we make sure not to overdo it with food and snacks.

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  10. I feed them their "Old Dog Food" once a day and give them a treat twice. They are not overly fat. I try not to overfeed because my older dog has joint problems and I don't want too much weight on him.

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  11. My pup and I are always going for hikes and walks. We also love to play fetch and keep-away- a great game for both of us to get some exercise. I vote for healthy treats and snacks, especially when training with food rewards!

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  12. Zuke's treats are great for my dog Franklin. He has a sensitive stomach.

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  13. We always go on walks, weekly doggie daycare trips and healthy snacks!!

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  14. We burn lots of calories by going for walks, practicing agility and playing fetch. I also use fresh veggies and fruits as training treats at home.

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  15. We go for walks ever night and he is on weight control dog food and we have cut way back on his snacks.

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  16. Our dogs are given a certain amount of food (different for each of them) twice a day and if it is a training day then treats are taken into account and the food is reduced.

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  17. Something most people find entertaining, we walk them on a treadmill! Also "brain games" treat dispensing toys, are great for exercise and treats, Zuke's are a fav treat in our house, thanks to their smaller sizes for our Shih Tzu's.

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  18. I watch my pug's weight by limiting treats and measuring their meals for correct portion size.

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  19. My dog and I walk and hike. We also go dogsledding when it snows. Last week Artie and I went to our local dog event, there was an agility course, lure coursing and a race.

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  20. I love to walk so my dog gets the benefits of exercise everyday along with a grain free diet.

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  21. Shiloh is a *big* sheltie, and weighs about 35lbs, but that is a very ideal weight for him (he's at the lower end of his appropriate weight range). Because we do agility, it's even more important that I keep him at a good weight. Extra pounds mean extra stress on his joints. So we exercise a lot, adjust his food if I'm giving lots of treats for training, and I have my hands on him daily, monitoring changes. As you suggested, I always break treats into many smaller pieces- even the ones that are already small. He feels he's getting rewarded, but the treat goes much further.

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  22. We give her Zuke Minis as treats - only 3.5 calories each!

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  23. I used to free feed my American Eskie but now I have to monitor her food pretty closely.

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  24. Scylla is on Hill's Metabolic Diet for her weight. Since Socks is naturally thin he gets to eat as much as he wants. But Fenris & Tuiren are putting on a few pounds we are trying to exercise more, but having healthy low calorie treats would be a great addition to our regime.

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  25. Those sound like a good heathy alternative treat wise. Have a Wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  26. I watch how many treats I give my dogs.

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  27. I have 5 they range from 10 to 25 lbs. They play outside all day.

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  28. I feed him high quality food and walk him 2x a day

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  29. We take ours out for exercise everyday.

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  30. I've switched to grain-free food for all five of my dogs, and my Kyoko - who had been nearly starved before I adopted her and who is now chubby - is on a weight management version of the same food. I take the dogs for walks and hikes, and also play with them in the yard and even the house. I limit treats so I don't undo the other good with too many treats. I have five Treeing Walker Coonhounds - three are ideal weight. Ran is 60 pounds, Kenji is 77 and Seiji is 79 (he's my biggest). My senior girl, Suki, has lost some muscle mass with age and also weight, but is at a (low) healthy weight.

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  31. I taught Mr. N how to weigh himself and he gets walked daily.

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  32. We play alot of fetch and do tricks with a disc.

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  33. Yum, Ginger loves Zuke's treats!

    Ginger gets to go for a least one walk a day to keep her healthy and in shape.

    ~Mary

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  34. We really try to watch our Aussie's weight. We compete in disc dog competitions so staying in tip top shape is very important. So I try to feed him the best food and treats that I can and we do a lot on conditioning and practising.

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  35. My dog gets walked at least once a day if not more. I try to throw the ball in the yard for him but he will only do that once LOL sbcashortie at hotmail dot com

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  36. Our girls are about 50 lbs each and we go for walks and play in the backyard.

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  37. Bean's health is incredibly important to us. She's never given human food, is kept active, and has limited treats.

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  38. I watch the amount of food I give at each meal and how many treats they get, but also they never get human food unless it's a raw carrot/celery once in a great while. I also add pumpkin to their food for those that are borderline on body condition to make them feel fuller.

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  39. I watch the types of foods I feed them. I find a leaner, low carb type diet works for them. They enjoy leafy greens, too! I also try to exercise them as much as possible.

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  40. I add veggies to their dog food to try to fill them up.

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  41. He eats the recommended amount and only gets a treat if he goes for a walk.

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  42. My dog and I love spending time outdoors and being active. We often go hiking or she runs along with me when I ride bike trails. Nutritious grain free food and preventative vet care also help to keep her fit and healthy.

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  43. We go for daily walks to stay healthy

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  44. We never overfeed our dogs and they love to take hikes and play fetch.

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  45. I follow on Instagram as @angevege.

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  46. My grandma keeps her dog healthy by taking it for a walk each day and letting him run around the yard.

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  47. Our dog plays in the yard most of the day and we limit how much food we give her

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  48. I make sure my girls get the right amount of calories per day :)

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  49. Lots of exercise, and my pup's got a set mealtime every day where she gets a precise weight of food measured out. Sometimes I have to feed her a little more if she's looking ribby or a little less if she's getting the chub on but overall it's pretty easy to adjust for activity levels, etc. (She gets more in the spring, summer and fall when we're walking and playing a lot, for example, haha.) :D

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