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Iams Shakeables – Shake It Forward!

by Pennie on November 9, 2013

If you’re a fan of Talking Animals videos, you’re in for a treat!

Wildly popular Talking Animals video producer Andrew Grantham launched his newest video collaboration with IAMS called “Punk’d Puppy”– which shows what happens when you trick a dog for treats. This video gives a smile and laugh to pet lovers everywhere, but it helps pets too. IAMS will also donate a bowl of food to pets in need for every video view or #ShakeItForward hashtag share.*

The IAMS #ShakeItForward food donation runs through December 31st – giving pet owners and animal lovers a fun and easy way to help provide meals to nonprofit animal shelters across the country during the holiday season.


*Through December 31st, up to 250,000 bowls of food weighing 3.46 – 4.05 ounces each will be donated!

About IAMS Shakeables

With IAMS Shakeables, one shake is all it takes. Shakeables are soft and meaty treats from IAMS, offering a portable treat option that helps create enjoyable and fun moments of interactions with dogs – including everyday occasions like after a walk, to training occasions like teaching a new trick or housetraining. The shake of a can signals it’s time for a treat. IAMS Shakeables are available in three meaty flavors that dogs loveClucky Me with Chicken, Un-baa-lievable with Lamb and Gobble ‘Em Up with Turkey.

What a great way to share your love of animals and have some fun at the same time.   I really laughed at the video above and I’m so happy that just by me watching it, Iams donated a bowl of food to an animal shelter!


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1 karen a. November 10, 2013 at 12:17 am

Clever video. I enjoyed it. So glad we live in a world with dogs. Thanks IAMS for thinking of our less fortunate four legged friends.

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