WIN a love 'em hamper this February!


by Lauren Gledhill February 09, 2017

To celebrate being back in stock after a bumper Christmas period and of course Valentines Day, who better to partner with than our friends at love 'em pet treats who have provided this amazing hamper that will be won by one lucky pooch this month!

We adore love 'em treats over here at iFetch HQ and think they are the perfect treat for training pups of all shapes and sizes to fetch and of course we've been told they are delicious!

This hamper will be gifted at the end of this month, to one customer who have purchased an iFetch product from this website during the month of February and included those who pre-ordered iFetch Original when it was out of stock.

Hamper will be drawn on Wednesday 1 March and we will notify the winner via email and /or phone. 

We think the combination of an iFetch and love 'em treats is a winning treat this Valentines Day & we know your dog will too!




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