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What dog breeds do you think are in Boe’s ‘family tree’?
Note: Caru Pet Foods is providing the prizes for this giveaway.
Leave your guesses on Boe’s breed mix in the comments for a chance to win three packages of Caru Stews for dogs from Caru Pet Foods. Click here.
Boe is a mixed-breed dog for adoption with Companion Animal Alliance in Baton Rouge, La.
He weighs between 65 and 70 pounds and is pretty gentle, according to his foster owner.
She said she named him Boe after a Doctor Who character – “the Face of Boe” – because of his big head. He is fostered with kids and with other dogs.
Here is his Petfinder profile.
More from Boe’s foster mom:
Boe is great with kids and other dogs. He likes to play fetch, go on walks and sticking close to his humans. He is a great cuddler (probably due to his feeling like a big teddy bear). I love taking Boe on walks. He is easy to walk which makes the walk more pleasurable and calming. Boe’s striking good looks and big head make him an attention magnet.
Giveaway – Win three packages of Caru Stews for dogs
Caru Pet Foods is giving away three packages of its Caru Stews for dogs to two lucky winners.
*Congrats Jillian and B!
Just leave a comment below with your guess on what dog breeds are in Boe’s family tree. Since we do not know his actual breeds, I will choose two winners at random on Tuesday Jan. 12. Must have a U.S. mailing address to win.
More about Caru’s Natural Stews for dogs
Caru Pet Foods says its natural stews for dogs are made with real meat or poultry as the first ingredient. The stews are made in the United States with NO artificial colors, artificial flavors or preservatives. The stews also do not contain any wheat, corn, grain, gluten, soy or animal by-products.
Caru’s stews come in 12.5-ounce packages, and you can also order them in packs. The stews come in beef, chicken, turkey or pork.
What kind of mix do you think Boe is?
Leave your best guess in the comments!
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