Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Tedibles Herbal Shampoo Giveaway




Here's a new recipe for you. A chemical-free, all-natural dog food. Check it out on the new web site called Tedibles; they have other herbal recipes for pet ailments and cures also!

Okay, so I'm making a shameless plug. But I'm proud of my new venture, and I want you all in on it. In case you haven't noticed the doggie logo in the sidebar called Tedibles, that's my new business. I am making all natural dog treats, herbal shampoo, and flea & tick repellent.

Last November a wonderful puppy named Teddy came to live with us. He was 10 weeks old at the time and the sweetest little Shih Tsu I have ever known. I had already been making my own dog food for a previous dog named Jackie, but it was too late for her. She had ingested several cans of the tainted dog food before I started cooking for her, and we had to put her down. So now, it's chemical free, all-natural only for my new little guy, Teddy.

Herbs, which play a big part in my life, now play a big part in his. He bathes in Tedibles Lavender Herbal Shampoo, is sprayed in Tedibles Lemongrass 'Tween Refresher, and spritzed in Tedibles Rosemary Flea & Tick Repellent. Soon I will be introducing a dry shampoo for dogs who hate their bath!

With Tedibles there's no need to worry that your children are touching the dog right after the flea and tick spray was applied, or that they inhaled the fumes from the refresher. EVERYTHING is made with all natural products, and even organic when possible. Bottles and bags are recyclable making them as eco-friendly as possible.




I really enjoy my new business, and I'd like you to have a chance to give one of my products a try. I am offering a free bottle of Tedibles Herbal Shampoo. All you have to do now is Enter here:



1. Leave a comment after visiting the Tedibles web site about something new you learned there..


2. For a second chance to win, sign up as an e-mail subscriber with Feedburner, Feed Blitz, or become a Google Follower (see sidebar.) Then leave a second comment telling me you have subscribed or that you are already a subscriber.
If you subscribe in more than one way, leave a separate comment for each.


3. For a third chance to win, blog or Tweet about this contest with a link here, then come back and leave another comment telling me about it.


4. For a fourth chance to win, tell me a story about a trick your pet will do for a treat.


5. If you're not a blogger, be sure to leave your contact e-mail address like this to avoid spammers: pianananna(at)gmail(dot)com. If I don't have a way to reach you or you don't respond in three days, your name will be disqualified, and I will choose again, picking my favorite answer.

Good Luck!!


Open to US residents only, 18+. Void in Alaska and Hawaii
Winners will be chosen by random.org.
Email addresses will not be shared with any third parties.
This Giveaway ends on Sunday, June 6, 2010, at midnight EST.


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50 comments:

Stacy said...

I didn't realize that rosemary was a flea and tick repellent! That's one thing I learned from the website! :)

Stacy said...

I am subscribed via Google Reader!

Anonymous said...

I love that ir is herbal and I learned that rosemary is a flea repellent!

frogz60@hotmail.com

debbie said...

I learned they have a flea repellent with no chemicals that are safe to be around.
twoofakind12@yahoo.com

debbie said...

I am a email subscriber.
twoofakind12@yahoo.com

Stacy said...

Our dogs can sit, shake and roll over for a treat!

Anonymous said...

I learned how to make my own dog food from the website! I printed off the recipe and I think they will love it. lucillemcg27@yahoo.com

Kristen said...

I learned that you make turkey and gravy flavored biscuits!

couponboss at gmail dot com

Kristen said...

My dog will spin in circles for a treat.

couponboss at gmail dot com

Ashley said...

I learned that you can help send treats to dogs in war zones.

hewella1 at gmail dot com

Ashley said...

My dog will play dead after I pretend to shoot her with my finger.

hewella1 at gmail dot com

shema1999 said...

Thanks so much for letting me know that I can use balck tea rinse to help my sweet dog with his hot spots...it will REALLY help!
ellen(at)artlover(dot)com

Gina said...

I learned that black tea is a treatment for hot spots on dogs. ginabx(at)yahoo(dot)com

Gina said...

I tweeted about the giveaway. http://twitter.com/buttabee/status/15075362398
ginabx(at)yahoo(dot)com thanks!

Shel said...

I didn't know you could use black tea to treat hot spots on dogs

shel704 at aol dot com

amweeks said...

I didn't realize you could use lemon & water as an after Swim Ear Flush...this will be perfect for after walking on the beach with my lab!

amweeks said...

I subscribe via email at annmarieweeks at verizon dot net!

amweeks said...

I follow on friend connect! (amweeks)

amweeks said...

I tweeted! http://twitter.com/amweeks/status/15108415932

amweeks said...

Our dog is not much into tricks, but he will sit in the laundry room (where I keep the dog treats) and whine "mom" when he wants one. And he will always sit while he waits for me to give him one!

Anonymous said...

rosemary is a flea and tick repellent! I'm actually growing it. Never thought besides in cooking, it was good for other things!

mzpaw@yahoo.com

Hbomb said...

I love the Tween freshener. It's made with herbs and essential oils!
xbeautifulcoma at yahoo dot com

Hbomb said...

My dog does a lot of tricks! My two favorite are high five, and speak. But instead of saying speak, I ask her "Who's my pretty girl?" and she'll bark! hehe
xbeautifulcoma at yahoo dot com

Hbomb said...

I follow via GFC
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Hbomb said...

RSS feed subscriber (google)
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jappleseed said...

they have great dog food recipes

Sara said...

I learned this dog food recipe:
2 1 lb. tubes of frozen ground turkey, thawed
1/2 cup of frozen green beans
1/2 cup of frozen peas
1 medium to large carrot, cleaned and chopped
1/2 c. oatmeal (opt.)
ground flax seed (opt.

seraphou@aol.com

Terry said...

I learned that the treats are 100% natural,hand made,and baked especially for your order.

ktgonyea said...

Rosemary is a flea and tick repellent! That's good to know !!

ktgonyea at gmail.com

cstironkat said...

I learned that each bottle of shampoo has added aloe and glycerin for extra moisture to protect your pet's skin.

cstironkat said...

I tweeted http://twitter.com/cstironkat/status/15355654170

cstironkat said...

My dog will spin, speak, and catch a treat. If you hide the treat she will find it too.

Katie R. said...

I learned that each and every batch is Ted-Tested by their beloved Shih Tzu.

Dancehottie1621@aol.com

Randominities said...

They use all natural or organic ingredients and include only the best herbs and essential oils.

debsweeps4 said...

Tedibles are made one batch at a time. debsweeps4@yahoo.com

iplaytrack1224 said...

Awesome blog and thanks for the giveaway!
Would love, love, LOVE, to win this!
=]

demmi said...

I learned they have a section for herbal health aids

tsue said...

Company is based in my home state, Michigan!

Thanks for the intro and opportunity!
tsue1136 at yahoo dot com

tsue said...

I subscribe as tsue1136 and follow on google friend connect as tsue1136

tsue1136 at yahoo dot com

tsue said...

follow on twitter and tweeted as tsue1136
http://twitter.com/tsue1136/statuses/15586514792
tsue1136 at yahoo dot com

tsue said...

We have a very active 1 1/2yr old Lab and he BEHAVES for a treat, which is often a feat in itself!

Really, he sits, stays, lays down for treats. The most amazing thing he does is jump. When properly motivated, he will jump five feet in the air. It astounds us! We had no idea Labs were such good jumpers. We're lucky he hasn't tried to jump our backyard fence yet, as he and the neighbor are such good buddies. I'm worried he would hurt himself, not our neighbor!

Anonymous said...

My dog, Puggie would love to have this natural shampoo.

purango said...

I learned rosemary is a flea and tick repellent. garrettsambo@aol.com

lilyk said...

I learned that each and every batch is Ted-Tested by Ted the Shih Tzu.

lilyk@mail2world.com

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lilyk said...

I subscribed through FeedBlitz.

lilyk@mail2world.com

Shellie said...

I learned that their treat are Ted tested! I want to be Ted in my next life! :)
fatmeatloaf1 at gmail dot com

Shellie said...

Tweet:http://twitter.com/fatmeatloaf1/status/15604377843

Shellie said...

My dog does a sort of "stomping dance" for his treats. It's hilarious because he's so serious about it.

Daily Freebies said...

Nice work!! I love your blog!!