#FuelTheCure With Zuke’s Loving Life Contest & Fundraiser

Today we are joining Oz The TerrierSugar the Golden Retriever for their part in Zuke’s The Dog And Cat Cancer Fund. They are helping to spread the word by hosting a Loving Life Contest & Fundraiser. All I have to do is write a blog post about my dog loving life with #FuelTheCure in the post title. How easy is that! Very easy for me because Gambler is always loving life so it’s no problem to show him off and help raise money for the Dog and Cat Cancer Fund. Zuke’s will donate $5.00 for each blog post.

Gambler was loving life the weekend he got his first AKC Master Hunter pass. Here are some photos my friend Kim S took of him while out in the field doing what he does best, retrieving birds and loving life while doing it!

What do you think? Is Gambler loving life?

If you would like to #FuelTheCure check out the contest by stopping over to Oz’s or Sugar’s blog and join in the fun while helping raise money for a great cause.

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15 thoughts on “#FuelTheCure With Zuke’s Loving Life Contest & Fundraiser

  1. Oh, my GMan just loves being outdoors and hunting! That one photo of him, with his ears up, looks like he is on the runway for take off. I love it. Thank you for joining in our Contest & Fundraiser with Zuke’s. We are hoping we can raise lots of money for The Dog & Cat Cancer Fund.


  2. Hi Y’all!

    Easy is right! Moe does look like an overweight, unfit Gambler. Gambler, you have your drive, now just keep on workin’ on that Master. No more mischief!

    Y’all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog


  3. Great post for an even greater cause. Zukes treats fuel many training sessions so I’m glad to know they’re giving back. And Gambler? Well he’s always fueled and ready to roll!


  4. Gambler is definitely one happy dog who is loving life! What a great fundraiser. I wish I could squeeze it into my schedule this week, but I don’t think I can. Thanks for doing your part….I love any benefit for pet cancer.


  5. That is so interesting they make the dog hide so they can’t see. In our nose work, it doesn’t matter if we see it or not, we go by our noses and sometimes we are looking right at it but with the wind, we don’t smell it, so we keep going.


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