Monday, March 16, 2015

Is Your Dog a St. Patrick's Day Lucky Dog?

Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Guess what? St. Patty's Day is my birthday, and I want to celebrate! So I thought I'd give away these Life is Good Lucky Dog stickers.


























 To enter:
Just leave a comment why your dog is a lucky dog. 
The four best comments (judged by a random gathering of family) will each win one Life is Good 4 inch Lucky Dog sticker.

 Just leave your comment below, and be sure to leave an email address or way I can get hold of you if you win. 
(U.S. and Canada only please) Entries close Friday 3/20/15.
Good luck, and Happy St. Patty's Day!

13 comments:

  1. OMD you are LUCKY to have a Birfday on St. Paddy's day.... that way your peeps won't Furget your special day!!!

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  2. So cute, having a birthday on a holiday.

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  3. I am the luckiest dog ever because my mom gave me a forever home! Too bad she had to add another dog and a cat! Love Dolly

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  4. Coco says she is the luckiest dog because she has a lot of health problems but her mom stays on top of all of them and takes her to the vet for every little thing she notices. the vet even told me that if it wasn't for my mommy I probably wouldn't still be alive. My mommy loves me so much.

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  5. Actually, I think it's me that's lucky. VERY lucky to be mom to Henry, Reese and Ricky : )

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  6. What fun! Luna's birthday is close on March 21. We celebrated today on our blog!

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  7. Happy Birthday! I love St. Patrick's Day and everything Irish. My dogs are pretty lucky because they know they are loved and that they never have to worry about landing in a shelter or being without a home, food, or anything they need. They get good food and vet care, warm beds (including my bed), lots of toys and quality treats. Their minds are kept in just as great of shape as their bodies- they go to training classes for obedience, tricks, agility, and Barn Hunt. My dogs are lucky because they are safe and loved.

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  8. All three of my dogs are lucky dogs. They were each pulled from high-kill shelters in states far from my own. Through the kindness of people I will never meet, they made their way to NJ, and into my home, where they are loved by us-- and by each other. I feel lucky to have them.

    --Wags (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats

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  9. Cause he canine & his feline fur-friend were adopted from a shelter ... then he got to more feline brothers when they showed up on the front porch :) Now all are happy ...

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  10. Happy Birthday!! My dog, Artie and I are lucky because we are the perfect match. Both of us love to go on adventures together. Hiking, camping, dog egg hunts, and other fundraisers are just some of the fun we have attended. I'm so blessed to have adopted him.

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  11. Happy Birthday! :D
    Jada and Bailey are lucky because they have a nice home with lots of other family members and pets!

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  12. Riley is the luckiest dog in the world... a rescue from Craigslist, she has become an incredible service dog and she is on her way to becoming a little agility rock star!
    But I'm not too sure if she is the luckiest... I think as her guardian I am a bit luckier because I have her in my life, and she gives me a life of freedom when my illness fights back.

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  13. Wilson is a lucky dog because he recovered from his disk herniation without surgery
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