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As a service to our community members DelightfullyDog.com is pleased to offer product reviews for new and existing dog products. We will provide a complete written review, photos of product(s) in use when appropriate, and a 1 - 5 paw rating for each product. We require at least one sample of your product, if you wish to provide additional samples they will be awarded as prizes in our monthly contests. Please send us an email with complete information about your product and a photo when possible.


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