Meet our pup Garth + help raise money for assistance dogs

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We love our animals and would do anything for them. Our pups love to cuddle up on the floor together and spend afternoons sleeping. Our boxer and bullmastiff both have their own mattress to sleep on at night. They are spoiled!  So, when I saw the Merial NexGard® (afoxolaner)Doggone Funny” program I knew we had to participate! So read on and help raise money for assistance dogs.

Garth + help raise money for assistance dogs

From now until October 21, 2015, dog owners can share the funny things that their dog does and that they do for their dog on Instagram® or Twitter® using the #DoggoneContest hashtag or watch the NexGardDoggone Funny” video. For every social action taken, Merial, the maker of NexGard, will sponsor $1, up to $100,000, to help place more Canine Companions for Independence® assistance dogs with deserving individuals in need. Visit to learn more about the program. The top three #DoggoneContest social media posts from dog owners will receive $5,000 from Merial, the maker of NexGard.

garth + help raise money for assistance dogs

So share your funny pups and have fun doing it!

garth + help raise money for assistance dogs

For official contest terms and conditions, visit

Disclosure:  Merial partnered with bloggers like me for its “Doggone Funny” program. As part of this program, I received compensation for my time. They did not tell me what to say about any product mentioned in these posts. Merial believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words

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