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Friday, June 27, 2014

P-Layin' with the Big Dogs Giveaway

We haven't done a dog-related giveaway in a bit. Big Barker even makes these things large enough for a Newfoundland (and larger). I've seen some doggy beds where he's lucky if his furry butt would fit on it. If you have a BIG dog and want to win this, continental US residents have through 7/11 to enter. Good luck. Bark.
Enter the P-Layin' with the Big Dogs Giveaway. Ends 7/11.
ARV $200-$400 Depending on Bed Size
Hosted by:
A Lucky Ladybug
Make Our Own Network
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Making the most supportive, long-lasting and biggest orthopedic dog beds in America... so your big boy or girl can sleep in supreme comfort for the next 10 years...Guaranteed!

Stylish - Actually Looks Good in Your Home
Easy to clean - Removable Cover (with a waterproof option)
Comfortably fits even the biggest dogs
6-Dimensions of Bed-Protection
Joint-friendly - Soothes Joint Pain
Made in North America
Super-Durable American Form - Lasts at Least 10 Years

Sleek Edition
Also comes in 3 colors: Khaki, Chocolate, and Burgundy.
Entire Sleep deck is flat for maximum sprawl space.

Headrest Edition
Comes in 3 colors: Khaki, Chocolate, and Burgundy.
Give your dog a dreamy pillow to rest his head on as he watches the world go by.

**If you are a company and would like to see your brand advertised in a M.O.O.N. event similar to this please contact  This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on July 11th, 2014.
"Make Our Own Network" solely organized this event and I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are 100% my own and may differ from your own or even those stated in this post.  This event is in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising" and is in no way associated with any of the social media it is viewed/shared/located on.  The sponsor is responsible for prize shipment and not this blog or any bloggers involved in the promotion.  


  1. We have a huge Black Lab named Luca. He is only 3 years old but he weighs about 90 pounds.
    He hasn't had joint problems so far.

  2. I have 3 dogs. 2 mixed breeds and a mastiff. 2 of my dogs have joint pain and are 9 and 7.

  3. We just go her from the shelter 4 months ago. She is a German Sheppard. She is about 4 years old. No joint problems we no of yet.

  4. If you find one big enough for a Newfoundland please let me know, I have 2 Great Pyrenees. I never see anything big enough for them.... except my bed, lol.

  5. I have a mix breed I got from the Atlantic Iowa shelter 51/2 years ago. He's part corker and ?, he's 10 years old and the only time he has a problem is when he tries to run up the steps to fast.

  6. I have an older golden retreiver that has a hard time getting up sometimes and he would just love this bed to sleep on!

  7. I have an English Bulldog. He's almost 100 lbs. He hasn't had any joint problems as of yet but I figure he probably will when he gets older. He could really use one of these cause he doesn't like the one he has now.

  8. Wow, they show a picture of a Newfoundland on one and his whole body is on it.

  9. I have a 6 year old pug named Rosie. She had hip replacement surgery when she was 11 months old.

  10. We have a Golden Retriever who is about 14 years old now. Would love him to have his own bed!

  11. I have a 12 year old Pyrenees mix that's getting achy joints.

  12. I have a mix breed she is 7 and has hip problems after being hit by a car when she was younger-would love a comfy bed for her!

  13. Two Soft Coated Wheatens who love to snuggle with each other.
    I would love to win this bed so that could both be comfy together.
    One Wheaten is older and when she is not feeling good the other just knows and respects her to have her space.

  14. We have 3 rescues one Basset Lab mix, one Pointer mix and the one with the worst hips our shelter ever had come through is our GS /Collie mix and her hips were out of socket at 1 1/2 years old now 7 we have to be so careful with her, and took her to a specialist who told us what not to do in playing with her.