Car Seat Hammock by WagWorld

Are you tired of a messy car every time you take your dog for a walk?  A dirty seat covered in dog hair always seems to put a damper on your fun outing when you get home.  Well those days are over with the awesome Car Seat Hammock from WagWorld.co.za

This weekend (17 - 20 October 2014) we are giving away A Double Car Seat Hammock to 2 Lucky readers worth R495 each, and we hope you are going to be one of them.

Product : Double Car Seat Hammock
Company : www.WagWorld.co.za
Category : Pet Accessories

Competition Entry Rules Apply*

Why is the Car Seat Hammock so special?

  • One size fits all cars –
  • Sedan back seat or SUV “dog box”.
  • Protects car seats from hair, scratches, wet and dirt.
  • Keeps pooch safely and securely on the back seat.
  • Bungee cords hook over the front and back seat headrests or around the top corners of the back seat.
  • Hardwearing, waterproof canvas on the top, rubberized, waterproof fabric at the bottom to prevent sliding, and a thick layer of padding in between for extra comfort and seat protection
  • Easy to fold up.
  • Handles for easy carrying.
  • Handy toy pocket.
  • Doubles up as sleeping mat.
  • Simply hose down or spot clean as necessary.

Available at all leading pet and vet shops.

Recommended Retail Price is R495,00

                                 Car Seat Hammock
             Transport your furry kids safely minus the dirt,
       wet and hair by using the practical car-seat hammock.

 

Sizes:
Double 125 x 160 cm
Single 60 x 110 cm

Prizes: 2 x Double Car Seat Hammock worth R495 each

How to Enter: Post a picture of your dog in your car – to our Facebook page - and stand a chance to win this awesome prize. Remember to LIKE & SHARE the competition post on Facebook too.

Remember to SHARE the competition post. No share no entry.

Competition Entry Rules:

  1. Winner/s will be chosen from the comments in the comments section below and on Facebook.
  2. Competition Starts every Friday and ends at midnight the following Monday. (You have 4 days to enter)
  3. No Share No Entry.
  4. Late entries will not be accepted.
  5. One entry per household is allowed.
  6. Only people residing within the borders of South Africa are allowed to enter.
  7. People who reside outside the borders of South African may offer to donate their prize to a South African Animal Charity or Shelter listed here.
  8. Winners will be announced on this page, as well as on the PetHealthcare Facebook page the following week. Each Winner will be guided on this page on how to contact us as soon as we have made the announcement.
  9. Winners have *1 week from date of entry to claim their prize.  After this, should they not come forward to claim their prize/s, it will be awarded to the next person/s.
  10. Winner/s give PetHealthCare permission to post a photo of them or their pet/s enjoying their prize, on our Facebook page and in the monthly Newsletter.
  11. PetHealthCare and the Sponsor/s reserve the right to choose the winner/s, and no correspondence will be entered into.

Updated: Winners Announced

[21 October 2014]

                     

Congratulations to our winners and thank you for entering our fun give-away competition!

  1. Nina Esterhuysen with Shaddow & Daisy.
  2. Dassenberg Horse Rescue Centre - DHRC

Well done everyone :)

How to claim your prize: Please send your contact details to marketing@pethealthcare.co.za and we will be in touch with you to arrange for your prize to be delivered to you.


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