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Earth’s Balance Sponsors Our Trip to BlogPaws


One of the great things about being a writer is the ability to attend conferences. This year, we are very fortunate to be able to attend the BlogPaws conference for the second time in its six-year history – thanks to the generosity of Earth’s Balance, a new brand from Marshall Pet. They will also be in attendance at the show, and talking about their newest all-natural, made in the USA brand of products.

We are especially excited about their sponsorship because of their commitment to earth-friendly solutions for pet problems which, as you know, is our focus here at PetsWeekly. Earth’s Balance is committed to providing effective, affordable solutions to common issues such as allergies (in pets and people), lawn burn, giving a pill, cleaning up household spills, and so much more…

This echoes our sentiment that any problem can be resolved if you focus on a solution.

All attendees will be receiving a pack of Pill Paste from Earth’s Balance. Now, if you haven’t heard of Pill Paste, allow me to enlighten you, because you’re going to be hearing about this product everywhere you go in the next few weeks.

[note style=”5″ icon=”yes” class=”template-style”]We received product samples from one or more of the companies mentioned above, however our opinions are our own and we are under no obligation to create a positive review or article. We do our best to use affiliate links when possible.[/note]

 [heading style=”2″ color=”#996633″ style_color=”#996633″]Pill Paste: The New Way To Give Your Pet A Pill[/heading]

Pill Paste is a low-calorie, non-stick paste that allows you to easily enclose any sized pill into a tasty treat. You can shape it into any size or shape you need, it won’t stick to your fingers, each canister has 30 servings, and it’s super easy to use. Just take a pinch of the paste, wrap up a pill and give it to your pet. Pill Paste is available in bacon flavor and peanut butter flavor.

We’re giving away 12 of them, so please enter to win here!

 [heading style=”2″ color=”#996633″ style_color=”#996633″]180XT: Urine Extractor for Tough Pet Stains[/heading]

180XT is another product line you’ll be hearing a lot about. This urine extractor easily removes stains, odors and even pheromones left behind by other pets.


Not only does it eliminate odor and stains, it helps to prevent your pet from using the same area again. Their patented Moleculift™ technology lifts pheromones up and out, which stops your pet from returning to the same area. It’s a perfect solution to stop repetitive soiling. Since its non-toxic, non-flammable, enzyme-free, biodegradable, and fragrance-free; it can be used on upholstery and carpeting without any worry of damaging your furniture.

Other products you’ll be reading about include the G-Whiz lawn saver collection (hopefully, you read our article, 5 Ways to Save Your Lawn from Pet Urine and already know about this nifty collection!).

Earth’s Balance also has a line of avian solutions that using the oxidizing power of electrolyzed water to leave feathers clean and fresh. Soon, we’ll  be discussing their Good Mews Ultra Premium Cat litter.

Besides their entire line of products for birds and horses, they are well known for their “critter’ products and we look forward to bringing you more information about Marshall Pet and their critters.

Once again, we would like to thank Earth’s Balance for sponsoring our trip to BlogPaws and we really hope you’ll check out their extensive line of all natural products. We feel very fortunate in having a group sponsor us whose values align so closely to our own!

 [heading style=”2″ color=”#996633″ style_color=”#996633″]Side Note: 3-D Bree Attends BlogPaws[/heading]

This year, we’ll be attending Blog Paws with 3D Bree, (for those of you who haven’t met 3D Bree, she’s our life-sized replica of our dog, Bree – pictured below).As those who follow DogOnMission know, she can be a bit snarky and rather un-PC in her comments. We hope you’ll follow her anyway and we’ll do our best to keep her in check this year. You can follow her on Twitter at @DogOnMission.

As always, we’ll be using our “normal” accounts @PetsWeekly on Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Facebook, and Pinterest. You should also join the MarshallPet pack on Twitter and Facebook!

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