Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Pedigree Play again event 10th June Blog

Sunday 10th June I went to Pype Hayes Park for the Pedigree Play Again.

The park is about a mile away from where we live but my hoomans used to live about 500 yards away.

It was basically a chance for us hounds to meet the lovely people from pedigree who are involved with the joint care+ trial. As well as the chance for us hounds to tell our stories how the joint care+ has helped. Watch the video below advertising the play again events. If you look carefully you can see Star on it in the Birmingham event.

I was on the trial for 6 weeks taking 1 tasty chew a day. The science bit is they are only 67 calories for a large dog but 3 times more glucosamine then the next best selling joint chew. As well as glucosamine it also has omega 3 (stuff from fish oils, for flexibility)green lipped mussel powder (important for healthy joints) and methionine (helps with joint stiffness). As you can see below I enjoyed the taste of them.

At the park was a massive sofa, a ball launcher (for those that love chase and fetch - I prefer just chase and run) and a fence to jump over with motion sensor to catch the moment for the pedigree Facebook page.

But I mentioned large sofa and as you know Star and I love lounging on a sofa. So we did!

Whilst chillin on the sofa Mom got interviewed about how I improved with taking my daily joint care+ chew.

Then to top it all about 2 weeks after going to the event the lovely people at Pedigree sent Star and I photos taken at the event. They are now proudly on display on the fire place.
To end on a high the trial has started again and I'm following new dogs doing well on twitter @wearefordogs #playagain or the pedigree Facebook page.

So if you are in the Manchester area the play again event that got cancelled is now on 19th August. I'm sure you will have as much fun on the day as I did.

1 comment:

  1. Lovely photos and video, Rolo. I'm so glad the trial helped you - Stevie is just finishing week 1 of the trial & he loves his Joint Care+ treats.