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Introducing Petcurean

Petcurean is a family-owned company that is based in Canada. Their products are made with simple, natural, and wholesome ingredients.

This post was made possible by iConnect and Petcurean. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.

There hasn’t been a dull moment since our Heidi entered our lives. Each and every day has been an adventure with our beloved and respected family member; who is filled with boundless energy, selfless love, and devotion. She’s also one of the most intelligent and mischievous dogs that we’ve ever had! Hardly a day goes by without our dog getting into some type of mischief. We probably should have named her Mischief instead of Heidi, yet we couldn’t envision her being any other way since she adds spark and laughter to our lives!

Lengthening our lifespan is one thing that generation after generation has been striving for since the dawn of time. Living a healthy lifestyle that is sufficient with proper nutrition and regular exercise has always been the key components of longevity. They’re also key components for pets. That is why my family and I take our dogs’ health with the utmost care, compassion, and consideration since they’re essentially part of us.

I’ll admit that I am sometimes apprehensive about introducing a different brand of dog food to Heidi since she can be picky at times. The fact that Petcurean is made of premium ingredients that are nutritious and grain-free is what instantly captured my attention. That is why I couldn’t help but be curious to see how this brand would pan out. When I first introduced Petcurean to my dog, she ate the food within minutes without proceeding with caution like she normally does with unfamiliar food. I was pleasantly surprised and delighted! I also marveled at the fact that it didn’t upset her stomach in the process.

Furthermore, Petcurean is a family-owned company that is based in Canada. Their products are made with simple, natural, and wholesome ingredients. For example, their Now Fresh Grain Free Adult Dog Food Recipe is made with 100% fresh turkey, salmon, duck and 100% fresh Omega 3 & 6 oils from coconuts and canola to ensure that Heidi is getting the nutrition that she needs. I don’t have to be concerned with glutens, grains, rendered meats, fillers, artificial flavors, preservatives, or colors since the Petcurean is free from all of that. I can easily attest that my dog’s stomach hasn’t been happier!

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Use coupon code PS121ZW997 to receive $5 off any pet food at Petcurean.

Giveaway

One winner will have their choice to receive one 6lb bag dog kibble or one 4lb bag cat kibble from Petcurean.

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Marsha Anderson-Busby

My name is Marsha, the business partner with my daughter, publishing To the Motherhood, Fashion Fling, The Beauty Counter, and House of Bella. I have 5 children, and 10 grandchildren. I enjoy music, dancing, gardening, fishing, traveling, interior design, and fashion.

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  • I share my home with a 6 year old chihuahua named Ice. Actually, he is a Doberman trapped in a chihuahua’s body! I adopted him from a shelter a little over a year ago. Most of the time, he is a blessing…sometimes he is a curse!

  • I have two dogs. First one is a 15 year old Rat Terrier who is my baby and a new puppy. Bailey a Golden LAb who is so sweet.

  • We have a wonderful boy named Bailey he is a very handsome black cocker spaniel. He is our joy
    and happiness. My husband has health problems and is home all day and Bailey takes care of
    him. He is his nurse and make sure my husband is okay. Bailey is the BEST. He brings us joy and happiness and love every day.

  • We have two small senior female dogs.  Pepper Too is a salt & pepper miniature schnauzer and Mitzi is a black & tan dorkie (dachshund/yorkie designer hybrid).  They’re both spoiled rotten!

  • We adopted our now senior dog at an adoption fair. She really chose us as she came right up to my daughter – love at first sight. She’s a mixed breed and she’s the perfect dog for us.

  • I would love to win this for my Great Dane!! I’m wanting to change his food to something healthier and would love to try this!!! Thanks for the opportunity!

  • We have 2 Huskies. One is 4 y.o. (Miko) and 1 is 7 (Zoe). Miko is feisty still, but Zoe is slowing down. Zoe lost a front leg to a cancerous tumor a couple of years back. She gets around to do what she needs to do, but lies down a lot. We are currently reaching out to get some financial help for a prosthetic (she is such a sweetheart). At her age though, it’s difficult. The kids, 6, 11 and 13, love her much in return.

  • I currently have three cats: Kaci (10, long haired), Vince (5, mixed tabby), Luke (2, tabby). They do not always get along so it is never a dull moment around here.

  • I have 1 cat cloey she doesnt like my 2 dogs george n mabel. Mabel is a black lab puppy and huge and HYPER and George is a 3 yr old pit mix

  • My sweet American Eskimo girl is 15 and blind, diabetic and back legs collapse from arthritis. She gets 2 shots a day and arthritis pill and joint vitamins. We love her so much! She even walks herself on our front sidewalk. I dread the day when she won’t be here.

  • We have a 19 month old Carolina dog (American Dingo). We got her from our local shelter which does such wonderful work rescuing and placing pets, but they told us she was a cattle dog mix. As she grew and changed we began doing research and realized what she really is. I could go into great deal explaining this breed if you aren’t aware of it but I wont because I would be writing a novel and this is already long enough. 🙂

  • I have a multi cat home and no breed they were all rescued …some were hurt like Buddy he had a broke leg when we rescued him and then there is Bootsie she has kidney disease

  • I actually have 3 indoor cats that seem to have adopted me. The first is a black female named Star. the second is a grey striped boy named Leo that just wants to snuggle, and the third is a gentleman named George who thinks he should be #1 at all times. All were feral and all were in need of a home. Leo was most afraid and it took a while for him to trust but now he is a lovebug.

  • We have 3 cats and 3 dogs who we love with all of our hearts. They range from 14 (our cat Princess) to 3 (our beagle Rusty). We adopted all of them from our local shelter. They are all so much a part of our lives and I just do not know what we would do without them.

  • I share my home with my dog Havok, he’s a German Shepherd and super smart. The I have my cats Terryaki, Ragnorose, and Oreo. Ragnorose is a Maine Coon and loves to be pet, Oreo is a short hair and loves to cuddle, and Terryaki is a Calico that loves to “talk”.

  • We have a 5 year old and a 4 year old Shih Tsu and a 2 year old Chihuahua. I have learned that each animal has their own personality like children. Rocky is a typical Chihuahua. Princess is docile but she doesn’t put up with any nonsense from Rocky. Hershey is like a sloth. He doesn’t make a sound or move much.

  • I have 2 dogs named Baine and Taz. Both are mixed breed rescue dogs that I love dearly. They love playing together and are both very friendly and love to snuggle 🙂

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