Giveaway: Win a Hunt & Wilson luxury wooden dog bed

Hunt & Wilson dog bed

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and just because one of your loved ones has four legs instead of two it doesn’t mean they should miss out on all the fun and excitement!

That’s why the team at Hunt & Wilson have generously offered this fantastic wooden dog bed to give away to one lucky competition winner! Available in either a medium (80 x 60 cm) or large (100 x 80 cm) these dog beds are hand made in Great Britain and offer a sturdy yet stylish place for your four legged friend to sleep.

All you have to do to enter is follow the simple instructions below before the closing date of 14th February and you could be in with a chance of winning the competition – good luck! And remember if you love the look of this dog bed as much as I do then why not check out the fantastic range that Hunt & Wilson have on offer – you can even personalise your pooches bed by writing a short message on there!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and conditions. Open to UK residents only. Prize has no alternative cash value. Winning entry will be notified via email no later than 3 working days after the competition has closed. Prize will be drawn at random through Rafflecopter. Competition will run until the 14th February 2016. To enter you must complete the actions as defined above. Hunt & Wilson reserve the right to alter or amend any or all parts of the competition or prize without any notice. More competitions at www.theprizefinder.com

181 thoughts on “Giveaway: Win a Hunt & Wilson luxury wooden dog bed

  1. Our dogs are called Tara (GSD), Merlin (GSD/Collie x), Max (GSD) and 3 new puppies who are not named yet as they are only 6 days old xxxxxxx

  2. Shadow – she is a German Shepherd and we got her as a pup from a rescue centre – we chose the name because we liked it but it has proven to be an appropriate name

  3. Our four-legged friend is called Jack. We tried dozens of names out when this stray first moved himself in, but he didn’t respond to any until ‘Jack’ – he is a right Jack-the-lad, independent (on his Jack Jones), a bit Jack & Dandy, and doesn’t give Jack **** about much else! We thought the name suited him 🙂

  4. He is an older boy, rescued from death row at the pound. The dog warden chose to call him Oscar, but we chaned it to Ozzie. He looks a bit like an Australian sheep dog. He’s gorgeous.

  5. Our old lady is called flip flop. Our little boy named her this after she kept stealing our daughters flip flops when she first came home with us as a puppy! She is 15 now!

  6. His name is Beau Diddley, he’s a Pekingese. He’s actually my daughters dog, and we were going to call to Tofu – but as soon as we saw him and called him Beau D it suited him so much 🙂

  7. We have two. Sanchez is 11 months and named after the arsenal footballer – my son named him! The other is called Ted. Called that because he looks like a teddy bear.

  8. I have 3 dogs, my 15 year old Jack Russell is called Bramble. I wanted something different and originally had Blackberry in mind as it’s my favourite fruit but when I started calling her outside it was a bit of a mouthful so I went for Bramble instead. I have a 2 year old Dachshund X called Polly Pocket, she is a rescue and I didn’t want to confuse her by choosing another name. My youngest dog is a 1 year old JR and I named her Clara, after Clara in the Heidi TV series.

  9. Our JRT puppy is called Aria, she was called the dog without a name for about 10 days before we decided on her name. We couldn’t decide on anything that we all liked and Aria is a character in a tv show we watch and we thought suited her.

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