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25 November 2010

Treat your pet and Animal Welfare this Christmas

In a recent consumer survey conducted by Hill's Pet Nutrition, seven out of ten South African families said they will buy Christmas presents for their pets.

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In a recent consumer survey conducted by Hill's Pet Nutrition seven out of ten South African families said they will buy Christmas presents for their pets, and over half will put the gifts under the tree. Practical food treats were the most popular gift choice, with toys a close second.

Hill's Science Plan Snacks are a healthy festive treat, and far better for your pooch than trifle or turkey dinner leftovers. Choose one of the five varieties - Healthy Mobility, Immunity Support, Skin and Coat, Light or Oral Care. When you buy Hill’' Snacks this festive season it won't only be your own pet that benefits - during November and December Hill's will donate R1 to Animal Welfare for every bag of Hill's Snacks purchased.

You can buy Hill's Science Plan Snacks from vets and vet shops, at a recommended retail price of R27 (200g) and R45 (400g).

If you buy Hill's Snacks and Hill's Science Plan dog food from mid-November you could receive a stunning Hill's Snacks storage tin absolutely free. For more information or details of participating practices please contact Hill's on info@hillspet.co.za or (0800) 228 783 toll-free or become a fan on Facebook for all the latest news and promotions www.HillsPet.co.za/Facebook.

Issued by Paula Wilson Media Consulting for Hill's Pet Nutrition.

 

 
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