How To Win Free Supplements and Dr Jones Home Study Course

Good morning and welcome to Monday.

Dr Jones Testimonial Contest

First A BIG Thank You for being a supporter!

We are now looking for some video testimonials.

There are 3 contests..

1. Record a short video testimonial (say perhaps on your smart phone) of HOW Ultimate Canine Health Formula has helped your dog

2. HOW Ultimate Feline Health Formula has helped your cat

3. HOW my newsletter, Veterinary Secrets, my Book, Veterinary Secrets Revealed, ( or other information products) have helped your pets.

Testimonials that say who you are, who your pet is, and are specific as in describing HOW a certain health problem was solved are most helpful.

After you record the video, you can upload it here on my blog:

http://www.theinternetpetvet.com/videotestimonials/

The Winners will be chosen in 2 weeks by who has given the BEST testimonials- it’s not about video quality, it’s about being authentic and meaningful..

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What you WIN
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1. For the Dog Supplement Video Testimonial, you will WIN a 6 month supply FREE ( including shipping) of the dog supplement

2. For the Cat Supplement Video Testimonial, you will WIN a 6 month supply FREE ( including shipping) of the cat supplement

3. For the Newsletter and Pet Health Information Video Testimonial you will WIN my Home Study Course ( Veterinary Secrets Revealed Complete Home Study Course, a $297 Value, FREE (including shipping)

Thanks for participating, and Happy recording..

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

P.S. Good Luck!!

Here again is where you can upload the video testimonials too:

http://www.theinternetpetvet.com/videotestimonials/

2 thoughts on “How To Win Free Supplements and Dr Jones Home Study Course”

  1. Dr Jones:
    I have an 8 yr old big, stocky with large girth (100 lbs), yellow lab. He should lose some weight and I try to monitor his intake with Iams weight loss dry food, although he contstanly begs for treats (which I give him miniture dry dones). Recently, he has been licking his front paws quite consistently lately, and I think he has strained ligaments from jumping when playing or arthritis. Can you tell me what you might suggest to relieve his aches? I’m 61, and I can relate to how he must feel as we get older, but I want to give him something that is correct for canines.

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