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Win ‘Eukanuba’ goodies with ‘Meme Your Dog’ on Facebook


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Eukanuba, the premium pet nutrition that has enhanced the lives of pets through long-standing innovation and quality, gives dog lovers an opportunity to share their love and laughter with ‘Meme Your Dog’ on the Eukanuba Sri Lanka Facebook fanpage. Simply create your own meme to the photo of your dog and you could be in with a chance to win Eukanuba goodies every week. Fans of the Eukanuba Sri Lanka Fanpage could send in photos of their dogs with a creative/funny caption in the form of a meme on the Eukanuba Sri Lanka Facebook Application. The most creative and fun meme will be chosen every week and posted on the Eukanuba Sri Lanka fanpage (www.facebook.com/EukanubaSriLanka). For almost a decade, Eukanuba range of products by Brown & Company PLC has enhanced the lives of pets through long-standing innovation in premium nutrition. It is the brand that breeders and experts trust to deliver the best nutrition to their pets. It is owned and manufactured by the reputed Procter & Gamble (P&G). Eukanuba offers a comprehensive line of foods created for dogs with special health concerns. Designed with targeted ingredients that work to maintain your dog’s own systems, Eukanuba Custom Care diets address key health needs as they arise, offering 100% complete and balanced nutrition for your special needs dog. The range of Eukanuba products by Brown & Company PLC are available at supermarkets, veterinary clinics and can also be delivered to your home, free of charge. Call 55 00 000 for more details. Brown & Company PLC has been the pioneers in introducing a number of innovative high quality products which have delivered exceptional customer satisfaction. With the experience of delivering value to a large customer base, the Browns Group’s greatest achievement lies in the fact that we have served over three generations of Sri Lankans’ across the country offering our products & services wherever a need has been identified.

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