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Best in Park – Dog Lover’s Giveaway!

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Monday 30th August 2010
Best in Park ‘Dog Lover’s Kit’ giveaway! – collar of your choice, Best in Park identity medallion, Eric the Bassett, Walter Wall Plaque, and a lead of your choice!

You may remember many moons ago I blogged about ‘Best in Park‘ – seriously stylish pet accessories by Melbourne designer / dog lover Christina Teresinski!  Not surprisingly, since launching her gorgeous range only 10 months ago, Christina has been bombarded with orders, and has already launched some lovely new products including her ceramic ‘Eric the Bassett’ ornament pictured above…!   There are also new doggy wall tiles and even something for the kitty-lovers out there… do pop over to the website to see the full range!

BUT before you dash off, you should totally enter this super-generous Best in Park giveaway!  Up for grabs is a ‘Dog Lover’s Kit’, hand selected by Christina, comprising –

1 x Collar (winner’s choice)
1 x Lead (winner’s choice)
1 x Identity Medallion
1 x Walter Wall Plaque
1 x Eric the Bassett

Total prize value – AU $241.75

Please leave your comment here before the end of the day to be in the running to win this fabulous prize!  Ensure you leave your email address in the email field so I can contact you if you are the lucky winner!  The winner will be selected randomly and contacted by email tomorrow.  If you subscribe to these posts by email, please don’t reply to your daily email, just pop over to thedesignfiles.net to leave your comment!  Thanks and good luck!

*Update – thanks so much for all your hilarious comments guys! The winning comment was #73 – Cate has been contacted by email!   Thanks again so much for entering… this competition is now closed :)

…and if you need MORE reason to love Christina’s work – Best in Park donates $4.00 from every online sale to the PALS (Pets are Loving Support) program run by the Lort Smith Animal Hospital in here in Victoria. PALS volunteers visit hospitals, nursing homes and day care centres with their own specially trained dogs, providing companionship & affection to hospital patients and the elderly. Oh the love.


by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Monday 30th August 2010

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