Monday, February 26, 2018

Giveaway: Year of the Dog

Giveaway: Year of the Dog

The Chesnut Mutts were compensated in exchange for running the giveaway. All opinions are genuinely mine and we would not share products that we did not fully believe in. Please do not use any image without permission. This post also contains affiliate links.

With work, migraines, moving back to the parents, and the flu, it has been ruff (haha) over here at The Chesnut Mutts. We weren't able to get out annual Blogiversary out back in November, but to make it up to y'all we are hosting a giveaway with some of our favorite brands equaling up to $199.99! And what's better to celebrate than this year being the Year of the Dog in the Chinese Zodiac! Feel free to enter as many or as few giveaways - and yes, you are able to win multiple!


Dr. Buzby's - Nail Trimming Kit ($37.99)


Dr. Buzby's Nail Trimming Kit

Dr. Buzby is a wonderful person and we absolutely love her! She has a nail trimming kit that she is now selling on her website. Nail trimming is extremely important and we do it all by ourselves over here. This kit comes with a nail clipper, styptic powder (stops bleeding if there is an accident), and a reference guide with some great tips. This is my new go-to nail clipper! It is nice and sharp with smooth opening and closing.  

You can win a kit for yourself!


One reader will win a Dr. Buzby's Nail Trimming Kit (ARV $37.99)
U.S. Only, 18+, Ends 3/11/18 at 11:59 pm EST
By entering below, you agree to the Official Rules

Read our review on Dr. Buzby's ToeGrips
Learn more about Dr. Buzby's



PetHub - $50 Gift card


PetHub Pet Tags

We have been PetHub fans forever! This company creates pet tags with QR codes which when scanned, shows all kinds of information on your pet. Both Jada and Bailey have tags with cute sayings on them and they really do last!

$50 will get you a lot in their online shop! 


One reader will win a $50 gift card to PetHub's online shop (ARV $50)
U.S. Only, 18+, Ends 3/11/18 at 11:59 pm EST
By entering below, you agree to the Official Rules

Learn more about PetHub



Treatibles - 250mg Phytocannabinoid-Rich Oil Dropper Bottle with MCT Coconut Oil ($52)


Treatibles CBD Oil for Pets

Treatibles has introduced us to the magic of CBD. Pain reliever, anxiety reducer, and an all-around great medicine. We have reviewed the treats with success, and have started using their phytocannabinoid rich oil with my pet rats. They have become seniors, and the oil has definitely helped with their health and energy levels.

This makes a great supplement for all kinds of pets!



One reader will win a 250mg dropper bottle of Treatibles CBD Oil (ARV $52)
U.S. Only, 18+, Ends 3/11/18 at 11:59 pm EST
By entering below, you agree to the Official Rules

Read our review on Treatibles CBD Treats
Learn more about Treatibles



Darwin's - 10 lbs of Raw Dog Food ($60)


Darwin's Natural Products for Pets

Darwin's Natural Pet Products makes high-quality raw dog and cat food! Jada does really well on it and it is great for pets with allergies. They make it easy with individually wrapped portions that help keep everything fresh. 

You have a chance to win some food for your pup!


One reader will win 10 lbs of Darwin's Raw Dog Food (ARV $60)
U.S. Only, 18+, Ends 3/11/18 at 11:59 pm EST
By entering below, you agree to the Official Rules

Watch our video where Jada orders Darwin's
Learn more about Darwin's Natural Pet Products


Good luck! :)


86 comments:

  1. I do cut my dogs nails. I used to be so nervous, she is a chihuahua and has such tiny paws.

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  2. Kado will not let me clip his nails

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  3. My 2 dogs are just terrified of thunderstorms and fireworks. would love to try it for that.

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  4. My 2 dogs are fed a little can food and then they have kibble out ALL DAY.

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  5. My pets have their rabies tags and a id tag with their name and my phone #.They are also chiped.

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  6. For now 1 dog only needs her dewclaw clipped now and then but my little dog's nails allways needs trimming and I already have this great clipper. I'm trying to win so I can share this with a friend.

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  7. I usually let the professionals do my dogs nails! i dont have my own set of clippers otherwise maybe i would do it myself!

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  8. My dog is always wearing his ID tag and Rabies tag. He also has a microchip and he used to have an embroidered collar with my phone number on it

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  9. my vet actually recommends CBD oil for several uses. If I won i would most likely give it to my cat to help with stressful situations.

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  10. My dog gets high quality kibble, wet food and freeze dried raw. I rotate between different brands and different protein to give him a variety. Always grain free.

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  11. yes, i trim the youngest but the older dog had a bad experience at the vet when she was young and she has to be sedated to trim her nails.

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  12. they have several tags on their collars. however, they do not wear their collars around the house. i use pethub and another tag i had made at the local pet store. they also have an akc tag for lost pets since they are akc registered breed dogs.

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  13. i would ask my vet first, she is a homeopathic vet. i always ask her first b4 i try something new. i would use it for pain and stress.

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  14. my dogs get a variety of food. i use holistic select by wellness, they also get human grade raw venison, steamed carrots and peas, steamed kale with olive oil, some eggs, sweet potatoes and/or steamed acorn squash, some non fat plain greek yogurt, goats milk kefir, bone broth. sometimes they get caru stew, honest kitchen, sardines in water, etc. they also get their supplements.

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  15. I do trim all of my dogs nails. It isn't as hard as some might think.

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  16. We have collars that have name and number on them.

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  17. I give my oldest Boston, 12 year old Junebug, CBD drops in his food every night. It does seem to help with his arthritis.

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  18. I have three dogs, they have dry kibble out all the time and then they split a can of wet every night.

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  19. I do trim them and am ready for a new set of sharp clippers.

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  20. They have all of their ids and shot tags on their harnesses.

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  21. I will give it to my dog for her joint pain.

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  22. I trim and grind my dogs nails at home but I am overdue for a new set of nail clippers

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  23. We feed salmon Zignature kibble mixed with freeze dried raw (we use primal)

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  24. My daughter trims all of the pups toes. Seedskadee has all of her tags on her harness. We feed PMI.

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  25. We trim toes at home once a month, on Heartguard day. Molimo sports her tags on her harness and she eats Exclusive Lamb & Rice.

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  26. I do trim both dogs nails at home. It isn't always easy as they are pug's and really not a fan of trimmings.

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  27. We have a standard tag and collar on our dogs

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  28. We try to cut Bean & Yoda's nails every couple of weeks. I always feel like a horrible pet parent when I accidentally cut the quick!

    In relation to CBD oil, we use it for Bean daily to help with her anxiety and arthritis pain/inflammation.

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  29. We take them to the dog groomer and she cuts them at the moment

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  30. I usually take mine to the groomer or the vet to trim them.

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  31. I have the tags the vet gave us. I am going to get him a name tag however.

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  32. I would use the CBD oil for a natural pain relief.

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  33. I feed my dog Rachael Ray Nutrish food.

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  34. My senior rescues - both cats and dogs could use the help of the CBD Oil. My 15 year old dog has liver disease and I know the CBD would help him in his final days.

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  35. I currently get the pups nils clipped at the vet because they nip at the person that is clipping their nails

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  36. As for CBD oil maybe it would help with stressful situationd like clipping their nails and fireworks

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  37. The pups, Nala and cody currently eat a combo of kibble, freeze dried and canned foods from a few brands since i like to mix things up

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  38. Yes, I trim my dogs nails every time they get a bath. It ends up being about once every two weeks or so.

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  39. We have tags with their names and our phone numbers on them for identification. All of our pets are also microchipped.

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  40. I would be interested to see if the CBD oil would help our dog's back.

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  41. Our dogs eat Purina Dog Chow.

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  42. No I do not trim my dog's nails. I have it done at the groomers.

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  43. I have registered dog tag on my dog.

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  44. I would use the CBD oil for my dog's anxiety during storms and fireworks.

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  45. Kado is on Pedigree weight control right now

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  46. Well, I trim my cats' claws, I use cbd for my arthritic cats as well as my paranoid cat and I am a raw food feeder :)

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  47. The oil would be used for my dogs anxiety.

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  48. No we take our dog to PetSmart to get nails trimmed

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  49. Would not handle that well, and yes, I have tried. He's just an old country dog with the heart of gold. Every single thing you could hope for in a Tater :)

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  50. We feed the dogs mostly dry food with some occasional canned food

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  51. The oil would be good for our older cat that has arthitis

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  52. I let the vet do it, because she's too big and won't stay still for me! Haha.

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  53. My dog won't let me trim her nails, but she sits still and holds her paws up for the groomer or vet to trim them.

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  54. Yes, we trim our dogs' nails at home.

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  55. Two of our dogs have PetHub tags and the others have ordinary ID tags.

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  56. My dogs get canned food or Fresh Pet in the morning, a raw snack or food in the afternoon and kibble and dehydrated raw balls in the evening.

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  57. I cut my dog's nails once a week

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  58. I have a collar with a collartag (the non-dangling custom engraved tags) on my dog. She also has 2 microchips because the first one stopped working or came out. (5 different people have scanned up her with the same brand scanner as the chip - her entire body & she is only 11 lbs so not much there anyway - and can't find the original chip. So, make sure you get microchips checked during the annual well check! The microchip company did give a free warranty replacement & thankfully I found out when she was not lost.)

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  59. We just moved to a new house. Unfortunately, my dog does not like being left home during the day due to construction noise in the adjacent new houses...I think she worries we are outside without her because she is fine with the noise when someone is home. Maybe the CBD would help her.

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  60. I have been feeding Darwin's natural pet products since December 2017 and my dog loves it. She doesn't like her nails trimmed or ground using the nail grinder. I am not sure if ti's because of the clipper and grinder I use or if she just doesn't like it. I would love to try a new nail trimming kit.

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  61. My son does the grooming.

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  62. Steel has two collapsed toes that cause her grief. I hope this will help that problem.

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  63. Seek is just a pup so I don't think she needs the CBD package yet, but I have a friend who runs a rescue. She has a couple of dogs that are currently using it and I would love to help her out by winning and sharing.

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  64. We clip our dogs nails as needed,

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  65. Our dog has a collar with tags and he is microchipped too

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  66. Molimo has hip dysplasia, hopefully this could give her some relief until she's bad enough to be a candidate for surgery.

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  67. I'd be a bloody mess if I didn't trim my pup's nails! :) It's a weekly occurrence and he HATES it.

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  68. I feed my dog raw veggies and Core grain free dog food.

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  69. Sometimes it's hard cutting my dogs nails because her nails are thick, but it's necessary. She is indifferent towards nail trimming so that's good.

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  70. My dog has a nametag with his name and my phone number on his collar, which we never take off (except for baths).

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  71. Our dog is microchipped
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  72. I don't do it personally, but she gets them done for sure!

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  73. I feed my dogs grain free dog food kibble. I have an older dog and I will cook chicken or turkey in water to use as a topper to get him to eat.

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  74. My inside dog has a collar with name and phone number on it.

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  75. I do trim my three bulldogs' nails. I usually do this when bathing them. They seem to be more relaxed.

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  76. I do not trim my dog's nails. The first and last time I did, my dog bled!

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