Giving Away Free Stuff

400K Giveaway Contest:

1. You must subscribe to Veterinary Secrets channel.
2. Comment a remedy you’ve learned from Dr. Jones and successfully tried on your pet.
3. Fill up this form:
4. You are following any of our social media accounts (@veterinarysecrets on Facebook, Instagram and Tiktok, @dogandcat on Twitter, @andrewjonesdvm on Pinterest).
5. Four winners will be selected to receive a jar of Dr. Jones’ Ultimate Omega 3 Formula or a bottle of Dr. Jones’ Ultimate CBD (CBD oil prize is only available for US-based winners).

Terms and Conditions
Giveaway closes at midnight on May 31st, 2021. No purchase required. Dr. Andrew Jones and Four Paws Ltd. are not responsible for any items being lost in the post. Four winners will be selected in June. Winners will be contacted by email – and will be chosen at random – to arrange delivery of the prize. In the event that a winner is contacted but there is no response within one week, then another name will be selected in their place. YouTube is not a sponsor of this contest and users release YouTube from any and all liability related to this contest. Entries that don’t comply with YouTube’s Terms of Service and YouTube’s Community Guidelines ( will be disqualified. Personal data will only be used to mail the prize package and to receive veterinary news and updates from Dr. Jones. Good luck!

1 thought on “Giving Away Free Stuff”

  1. Dr. Jones, you’ve taught me so much to help my ferbabies. Like, the dog food industry is poisoning our animals and things we can make for them to eat that’s so much healthier, how to treat collapsed trachea, that they can utilize certain tincture’s just like people can. Marshmallow root tincture and licorice root tincture, that garlic isn’t poisonous to dog’s and can help for a lot of things. Bee glue is good for all kinds of things in humans and animals. Too many to put here Dr. Jones. I just wanted to thank you for everything you’ve shared with us. I only wish I had found you years ago. I’d still have my precious little pug, Bridgette and she wouldn’t be crippled from the foods, vaccines and that horrible chip I had put in for her safety, or so I thought. Life will never be the same without her. I still cry every time I think of her and it’s been almost 3 years since she died of a heart attack right here at home. Breaks my heart and makes me so angry with maintain veterinarian care! Still I can’t thank you enough for everything you share with us. It’s helped my brother’s little dog Bailey and taught me so much. Thanks for everything Dr.Jones

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