The newly launched WUMA! Plus is a brand new Pet Food that has taken the South African market by storm.
This week [3-5 December 2014] we are giving away yet again another 10 bags of 8kg dog food to 5 Lucky readers. Are you going to be the lucky one? Each reader stands a chance to win 2 bags, of which one goes to their favourite animal charity. Are you ready to give back to your community? Enter today and give back by sharing your prize with those who need help the most.
Competition Entry Rules Apply*
"For the first time in South Africa a Super Premium dog food that includes kangaroo as a novel protein source. Wuma +Plus is a balanced and complete dog food that contains optimum levels of all nutrients and essential amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals.
Wuma +Plus is carefully made with ingredients that are specifically selected to be tasty, easy to digest and nutrient-rich.
Kangaroo meat is a nutritious protein that contains the highest levels of Conjugated Linoleic Acid of any red meat and because the kangaroo is harvested from the wild, it’s free from antibiotics and hormones and only contains 2% fat, making it beneficial to your dog's health. Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) has been shown to support many body functions important to overall health and fitness.
“Help your pet stay strong and healthy with Conjugated Linoleic Acid!”
CLA is a form of omega-6 fatty acid and can be found in kangaroo and dairy products. It is abundant in the meat and bone of ruminant grazing animals – about 3 to 5 times more than animals fattened on grains. Even though it is not a ruminant animal, research has shown that kangaroo has up to 5 times the level of CLA as compared to other meats. Kangaroo meat has always been used in Australia as a form of pet food and is now gaining wider recognition in the global market."
Source: WUMA! Dog Food
Whats up for grabs this week!?
Prizes: 10 bags of 8 kg WUMA! Plus Dog Food, to 5 lucky readers.
Question: Who is your favourite Animal Charity? Post a link of the website or Facebook page of your favourite animal charity to our Facebook page - and stand a chance to be in the lucky draw. Remember to LIKE & SHARE the competition post too.
Remember no SHARE no entry.
We will draw 5 lucky winners. They will each win a bag of 8kg WUMA! Plus Dog Food, as well as a bag for their favourite animal charity.
Competition Entry Rules:
- Winner/s will be chosen from the comments in the comments section below and on Facebook.
- Competition Starts Wednesday 3 December and ends at midnight on Friday 5 December.
- Late entries will not be accepted.
- No Share, no entry .
- One entry per household is allowed.
- Only people residing within the borders of South Africa are allowed to enter.
- 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.
- Winners will be announced on this page, as well as on the PetHealthcare Facebook page on Wednesday 10 December 2014. Each Winner will be asked to contact us as soon as we have made the announcement.
- Winners have *1 week from 10 December 2014 claim their prize. After this, should they not come forward to claim their prize/s, it will be awarded to the next person/s.
- 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.
- PetHealthCare and the Sponsor/s reserve the right to choose the winner/s, and no correspondence will be entered into.
Update: Winners Announced
[10 December 2014]
Congratulations to the following winners and their preferred Animal Shelters:
- Mary Barnsley & Irwin Animal Rescue Centre
- Annalien Marsh & Karoo Animal Protection Society
- Vikki Buckley & Mazarat Rescue Kennels
- Claire van Cuyck & Peke Rescue South Africa
- Monique Badenhorst & Thabazimbi Animal Rescue
Well done to all the winners! Please Contact Us to claim your prizes.
Irwin Animal Rescue Centre
Contact : Tanya Sequeira 079 618 5522 firstname.lastname@example.org
Address : Plot 24, 7th Road, Walkers Fruit Farms, Walkerville
Their community service covers the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of abandoned, neglected and abused animals. They serve as a ‘halfway house home’ for these animals until they have recovered and a suitable re-homing arrangement can be made.
Karoo Animal Protection Society
Contact: 072 2771056
The Karoo Animal Protection Society is the only organisation providing a mobile service for animals in the deprived areas of the Little Karoo in rural South Africa.
In these poor communities, poverty is a way of life for animals and their owners. People who can barely feed their children keep a dog, chain it up, and feed it potato peelings.
All this is done on a volunteer basis. Karoo Animal Protection Society has no office premises and pays no full-time staff. We have an amazing success rate and have transformed the lives of animals in the communities where we work.
Mazarat Rescue Kennels - Waterfall KZN
Roy - Kennels - 076 905 6273
Anne - Party Ponies - 082 978 5946
Sally-Ann - Stables, leasing and outrides - 082 952 4012
Address: Mazarat Farm, Brackenhill Road, just off Inanda Rd
A safe haven for Rescue Animals. Donations of food, blankets, bowls, toys and money gratefully received and put to good use. Mazarat is also home to party ponies as well as Sunray Valley Stables.
Peke Rescue South Africa
Lorraine Smalberger (JHB) 082 851 6779 email@example.com
Diann van Heerden (JHB) 083 419 9110 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ross Lurie (CPT) 021 794 8813 email@example.com
Pekingese Rescue is a non-profit organisation that relies totally on fundraising and donations to save and re-home Pekingese dog’s .
They rescue and receive Pekingese from many locations ranging from rescued, abused, owner surrendered, shelters and humane organizations to family pets regretfully given up by their caring owners for reasons beyond their control.
All of the Pekes who are received, are groomed when turned-in, receive professional medical evaluation and attention, and undergo any treatment necessary to lead a normal life. Next they are placed in competent foster homes where they are evaluated for habits, likes and dislikes. Each Peke remains in its foster home until a suitable permanent home is located. They do not sell Pekes but do request an adoption fee which varies from Peke to Peke.
Thabazimbi Animal Rescue
Contact: 084 885 6487 / firstname.lastname@example.org
T.A.R. operates a kennel comprising of 24 units, but these facilities are proving to be inadequate, this is due to the influx of animals being greater than the available space.
Cats and dogs, as well as wildlife, are looked after volunteers on a free-willing basis.
T.A.R. was founded on 21 July 2010. T.A.R.’s main focus is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals in need. T.A.R. receives and investigates at least 30 reports a week of animal abuse, they follow a very specific procedure as far as stray animals are concerned, every animal is taken to one of the vet practices where it is examined, de-wormed, vaccinated and treated for any medical conditions before it is taken to the kennels.
All of this is done at T.A.R.’s expenses.