Enter to Win a Clone of Your Dog!

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Okay, we don’t have $50,000 to award anyone with an actual clone of their dog, so we’re giving away the next best thing – a soft and adorable one-of-a-kind plush replica of your pet – a Cuddle Clone!

cuddle-cloneThe Cuddle Clones story starts on a summer evening in 2005 when founder, Jennifer Graham, was lying down with her best pal in the world, her Great Dane Rufus. Jennifer thought to herself, “It would be great to have a stuffed animal of Rufus! Not a generic stuffed animal but one that was 100% custom-made to look JUST like him.”

Several years passed but Jennifer never completely let go of the idea she had on that day. Then, in the fall of 2009, her beloved Rufus began to get sick. Rufus passed away on Thanksgiving of that year. Jennifer decided then and there that she would pursue the idea she had never quite let go of, and in doing so, honor Rufus’ memory. This was the day Cuddle Clones was born.

Since that day, Jennifer has poured all of her time, money and effort into making Cuddle Clones a company that would not only provide a unique, quality product to pet-lovers everywhere, but also a company that would give back to the pet community whenever and wherever possible through pet-related causes and animal charities.

8eda6a27d553f5b036ac54a8673a141bCuddle Clones are soft, adorable, customized stuffed-animal versions of people’s pets. All you have to do is submit at least one picture (although several are preferred) and choose a few customization options (eye color, ear position, tail position) and they’ll send you your very own Cuddle Clone! A portion of each Cuddle Clone purchased goes to pet-related causes to help our furry friends get the care and love they deserve.

The Dogington Post is giving one lucky winner their very own Cuddle Clone! Enter below or purchase your own with the coupon code “DOGPOST” and save 5%.


92 COMMENTS

  1. What a great idea. My Tucker is almost 12 and has been a therapy for 10 years. Last month he had a cancer mass removed from his liver and another one that is benign. Yesterday he had stem cell therapy done on his left hip as he has hip dysplasia. He is my best friend ever. I call him my “Little Man” This will be a way to always have him with me.

  2. Very frustrating not to be able to enter your contest. Tried 8 times to put in the captcha! Please note that contests can be great ways to generate interest and support but can do the opposite when the technology won’t let you enter!

  3. I rescued Lilly from Nashville humane Assoc. As they called me and I worked with a rescue group. They said they were going to put her down cause she was labeled as a biter. I went to look at her and yes she nailed me right off the bat. She had been spayed and was giving a poodle cut and covered in poop. I gave her a bath and loved on her and said yes i am taking her home. She is what they call a fear biter if backed into a corner but since i have had her approx 5 years she has never bit anyone. I rescue malteses and yorkies and she is by far my best baby and to think she almost didn’t have a chance to show her sweet loving side

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