Join The Dog Line's 70's Boogy Woofy Donation Competition


Written by Colin Seal

11/12/2012 Dog Bark Collar, Barking Dog Collar

This' year's The Dog Line contest is special because it involves helping out and giving back while having fun with your dog. Let's all have some fun while giving back, shall we? Read on to find out how...The 70's Boogy Woofy Donation Competition is a brilliant contest which means everyone who joins will be giving back to the less fortunate dogs all over the country. Two of you will win a prize and at the same time, everyone gets a chance to donate a dog toy to Winter Appeal because The Dog Line is donating 50 dog toys with every 50 entries we received. See our main blog here.

The contest is very simple. All you have to do is:

  1. Like The Dog Line on Facebook
  2. Choose the best THE DOG LINE product that you liked the most.
  3. Post a photo of yourself and your dog (or just your dog) wearing a 70’s costume on your Facebook wall,  add the link of the product from THE DOG LINE store on your status post and TYPE this line:

We’re helping @The Dog Line donate 200 dog toys to Winter Appeal. You can help out too by joining the contest!   IMPORTANT! Remember that you have to type in @ the dog line and choose our name that appears when typing it out. This way your post will be tagged on our Facebook page and we will be able to see your entry.

The 70's Boogy Woofy contest is a perfect opportunity to help out orphan dogs and make them happy this Christmas. A nice squeaky dog toy will make an awesome gift for any neglected dog, don't you think? 

Please also encourage your dog lover friends to join the contest and help us reach our 200 quotas. The submission of entries starts today and ends on December 3, 2012, at 3 PM (AEST). Winners will be announced on December 6, 2012, and prizes will be shipped by December 12, 2012, so the winners will get it by Christmas. 

To know the nitty-gritty on how to join this cool contest, please refer to our 70's Boogy Woofy Contest Page for the complete details. 


Here for you and your dog,
Colin Seal