A Dog’s Purpose Sweepstakes – 5 Oregon or Washington winners


A Dog’s Purpose |

I have a great giveaway for dog owners. Thanks to Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, I’m giving five copies of A Dog’s Purpose. I have not seen the film yet, but I’ve heard it’s excellent. A Dog’s Purpose will be out on Blu-ray and DVD on May 2nd. Continue reading to find out how to win this wonderful movie. Note: at the request of the studio, my giveaway is limited to readers with mailing addresses in the state of Oregon and Washington.

A Dog’s Purpose Synopsis

Based on the beloved bestselling novel by W. Bruce Cameron, A Dog’s Purpose, from director Lasse Hallström (The Cider House Rules, Dear John, The 100-Foot Journey), shares the soulful and surprising story of one devoted dog (voiced by Josh Gad) who finds the meaning of his own existence through the lives of the humans he teaches to laugh and love. The family film told from the dog’s perspective also stars Britt Robertson, KJ Apa, John Ortiz, Juliet Rylance, Luke Kirby, Peggy Lipton, Pooch Hall and Dennis Quaid.

A Dog’s Purpose Sweepstakes

Thanks to Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, five readers of my dad blog will each win a A Dog’s Purpose movie. The winners will be randomly selected. The deadline to enter the contest is Thursday, April 27th (Eastern time). The giveaway is limited to readers/addresses in the states of Oregon and Washington. To enter, leave a comment about your favorite pet.

[Disclosure: I did not receive anything for hosting this contest. The giveaway prize will be provided by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, but they are not the administrators of the sweepstakes on my dad blog. I am not liable for the prize. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]


28 thoughts on “A Dog’s Purpose Sweepstakes – 5 Oregon or Washington winners

  1. We have had dogs since before I was born. I have to always have a doggy in my life. They are all my favorite, but my Frenchie Jacque is probably the absolute love of my life. He is my baby and I will do anything in the world for him. When he gives me that pitiful look and the ears are standing straight up–he knows he can have anything he wants!!

  2. I have 3 spoiled cats, so I really can’t play favorites! They all make me laugh in their own way, and love them all!

  3. My favorite pet is my dog, named Biker. It is a weird name, I agree but my young son picked it. He is super cute and friendly. If I am emotional or sad, he puts his head under my hand, so I can pet him and I know it is for my comfort. He is so sweet.

  4. I have had a few pets in my life that I have absalutly loved but my Buddy is the most special to me. Buddy was a gift from my grandmother. My grandmother passed away 2 months later since then I have always felt a little piece of heaven with my Buddy.

  5. I have had 6 beagles and all but my first one were rescues including my Max who was one of 98 dogs in an 1100 sq foot home fighting for food clean air etc. The animal control officer who rescued him said he was a success story as so many had to be put down or had life long health issues I loved the movie SO much

  6. My favorite pet ever was my dog Cleo. She was a golden retriever, collie, cocker spaniel mix. She had long golden hair (matching mine), and was about the size of a cocker spaniel. She was the best dog ever. Slept with her head on my pillow, went everywhere with me, that she was allowed, loved everyone, never left my side. I loved that dog…she was family!

  7. I had 3 favorite pets, my babies were kitties named Cali, Scooter and Smokie. My Cali got hit by an off duty ambulance driver, my Scooter and Smokie who were 1/2 sisters died at the ages of 18. Then I had their mom, Mama Kitty, after my mom died. She died at about 19-20, she was a feral cat my mom adopted, so not sure of her true age.

  8. I have buster he is 9 years old,he went from a campion animal to a service animal due to medical problems that I need his helph to do daily activities.He’s wonderful and well behave.I make sure he gets his naps in.I take real good care of him and he takes good care of me.we love each other very much.

  9. My favorite pet was my cat Flaky ,she always made me laugh and definitely had nine lives, she survived a lot of things, like a car accident that her and I went down a cliff in. I will never forget her.

  10. My favorite pet is my cat Salem. He is a sweetheart, and he’s fun and loving. He is one of the friendliest cats you could ever meet. I adopted him almost 5 years ago and he’s a part of the family now.

  11. My favorite type of pet are dogs :) I have 9 rescued dogs and they are all my favorites! I love them all very much and they are all very special in their own way.

  12. My favorite pet was a cat named Emmy. I took her out of the wild and tamed her. She had the most beautiful blue green eyes. She died before even turning two and it broke my heart.

  13. My favorite is no longer with us! :( Timmy! My cat. Had him for 17 years and he was the most fun, outgoing and playful cat. He would fetch like a dog! So cute!

  14. My favorite pet is my 9 year old chihuahua mix Tucker. He follows me everywhere and is my little loyal companion. I would like to think if he was ever reincarnated he would want to find me because I provided the best life for him and he felt the strongest bond to me.

  15. My rottweiler was my favorite pet. I had her since she was a puppy and she was the runt of the litter. And, despite the negativity that comes from her breed. She was the opposite of it all. Unfortunately, I lost her last year :( But, she will always be considered family.

  16. Had a puppy in my life since I was three yo. My favorite breed is an Australian cattle dog, ( aka: blue/red heeler) Lilly Roo Stamm is our current heeler in our family farm. 🐾

  17. Although not a dog… Herbie-the-Love-Bug kitty was and always will be my favorite pet. Herbie acted like and seemed more human or dog than cat. He was a lover and a medical support cat. I suffer from a severe form of migraines that cause a stroke like reaction. Herbie could sense when those attacks were coming before I felt any of the symptoms. I received Herbie from my husband on our 14th wedding anniversary on September 13, 2000 and he never left my side (unless I chose to share the cuddles). Sadly on January 10, 2017 Herbie passed away in my arms from a seizure. He gave me 16 1/2 years of love and compassion that I will treasure forever!

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