The beloved pet brand is looking to give back to engaged couples in a big way. The only caveat to that is your proposal has to include your pet aka a pet-posal. If you love your pet, then this shouldn't be hard.
It's even open to you if you proposed last year and plan on getting married this year or in 2025. To enter the contest, it's never simple and the reward outweighs any kind of risk. I mean how could you not want to take a chance on this for both you, your partner and your pet?
As shared via the brand: "If you’re getting married in 2024 or 2025, share your pet-posal photos or videos with Chewy, between Jan. 10 and March 31, 2024, for the chance to win a $1,000 Chewy eGift card to put toward your pet expenses during what tends to be a very expensive year. Ten lucky couples will win the eGift card, and 100 couples will win a special surprise gift."
Share your Pet-posal pics with Chewy for a chance to win big!
To enter this contest, you don't have to do much. All you have to do is share either your pet-posal or your engagement photos on social media, tag @Chewy and then use the hashtag "#ChewyPetposals." From there, it's all up to the hands or should we say, paws of fate to decide the winner.
While the contest is a big deal, Chewy also shared some tips for including your pet in your engagement plans and wedding plans. The first and most important tip is to know your pet's comfort level. If they're not good in big crowds, your wedding might not be the ideal environment for them. A tip some might forget about is making sure your venue is pet-free, allowing for your wedding to be exactly as you envisioned it.
Another one is to make sure someone is in charge of your pet as you'll have your hands full with other things. The final two tips are ones I'm sure a lot of you already have in mind but it's to make sure you have food and treats for your pets and do a few practice walks down the aisle. While there will no doubt be some hiccups, Chewy is making sure you can feel as stress-free and excited as possible about including your pet in your plans.