Tell Us Your Story and WIN!

We want to hear from you!! Tell us how Sweet Pea’s paw products have helped your pooch, and you could win a free paw pack or 2-oz product of your choice! Just click here to email Sweet Pea and tell her about your experiences with her all-natural paw spritzes. Be sure to include:

  • *a pic of your pooch
  • *your dog’s name
  • *which product you use
  • *what your experience has been with the product(s)

If your story is chosen as the winner, you’ll receive a free paw pack of (3) 1-oz bottles, or a 2-oz bottle of your choice!

Deadline for entry is April 30, 2010. Winner will be notified via email by May 5, 2010 and announced on May 10, 2010. Participants must be at least 18 years & legal residents of the USA of Canada.

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  1. eli gosney

    i was brought up in a typical home however my life is not typical.i joined the army when I was 18 was in Iraq before I even turned 19. was in the military for 8 years and excelled army ranger, airborne, warrior leader course, recon school, dive school and mountain warfer to name a few. things went south my last year in because I was stoped lossed so was in longer then planned. when I got out I took a job working for a federal prison. but life was starting to take its toll hard. seeing va psychologist almost every week. then one day I was pulled into hr and they said we are putting you on admin leave the staff psychologist reported I was acting odd. so I went and saw there forensic psychologist for a fir for duty exam which he found me psycholgicly un fit for duty. things started to roll faster and I felt like I lived at the hospital I was in 4 psych wards 4 times marion va, stl va, centalia ill, and Harrisburg. every time I was on one on one observation and found myself on the high risk for suicide list. on my last stay I found myself in the icu at marion va. it took falling that hard and that fast for me to ask for help cause I didn’t wanna be a statistic (22 vets a day commit suicide) I filled out a application to a duel diagnosis treatment center which I was in for 6 months and ppl started to see a change in me although I didn’t. my parents are so scared of me living alone that the asked me to stay with them which is where I am now in outpatient. I feel I lost control. I have so much more to tell and I wanna share to help others.

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    • Elyse

      Hi Eli, Thanks so much for sharing your story, and thank you most of all for your service to our country. I’m so sorry to hear that you’ve had a tough time, and I wish you a full recovery as you so deserve. Very glad you’re getting help. Helping others is a wonderful thing to do once you’re stable with yourself and your life. Lots of love to you and all our best wishes.

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