‘Win It’ Wed: Max & Ruffy’s Vegan Dog Biscuits

Published by PETA.

Keeley is extremely disappointed that, as the canine companion of a PETA Foundation staffer, he is ineligible for this week’s “Win It” Wednesday prize:

I’m not even a dog, and Max & Ruffy’s organic vegan dog biscuits, which come in tempting flavors such as Mother Quinoa’s Pumpkin Patch and Five-Star Blueberry, sound tail-waggingly delicious. However, as a consolation prize, today I am going to let Keeley engage in his favorite activity, which is hosting a playdate for his buddies Finn and Bella in the backyard.

How about you? What’s your dog’s favorite treat, edible or otherwise? Is it a game of fetch, a hike in the woods, or just a tummy rub? Tell us about your favorite way to spend quality time with your dog, and the two entrants who most make us want to come back in our next life as their dogs will each snag two boxes of Max & Ruffy’s biscuits. The contest ends on September 29, 2010, and we’ll select the winners on October 1, 2010. Be sure to read our privacy policy and terms and conditions, as you’re agreeing to both by commenting.

Let the puppy pampering commence.

Written by Alisa Mullins

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