Latest Pedigree Stories

2010-06-21 08:00:00

NASHVILLE, Tenn. and LOS ANGELES, June 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Hallmark Channel and the makers of PEDIGREE® Food for Dogs have shaken paws over a new partnership to help raise awareness of the issue of homeless pets in conjunction with Hallmark Channel's original movie You Lucky Dog. The movie, starring Harry Hamlin, Natasha Henstridge and a border collie named Lucky, premieres on Hallmark Channel June 26th with a hopeful and heart-tugging message about rescuing pets and...

2009-11-10 09:00:00

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- There's a new lady making her debut in the world of NASCAR®. Kasey Petit, a four-year-old rescue dog, was named THE LUCKIEST DOG(TM) of NASCAR® through a contest sponsored by PEDIGREE® Food for Dogs, the Official Dog Food of NASCAR® and proud sponsor of the No. 18 PEDIGREE® Toyota Camry. The adopted shelter dog will have her photo round the track on the car...

2009-07-13 08:00:00

NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- These days, people consider their pets a part of the family, so it is important for them to be cared for in the same way. With more than two-thirds of people(1)()consuming foods with proactive nutrients each month, it's only natural dog owners would want to provide their dogs with the same nutritional advantages they provide for themselves. Health-conscious pet owners can now supply their dogs with extra nutrients through an innovative new line of...

2009-04-27 08:00:00

PEDIGREE(R) Brand Announces 'THE LUCKIEST DOG(TM) of NASCAR(R)' Contest which could Land Fido's Face on the Number 18 PEDIGREE(R) Toyota NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- NASCAR(R) fans may be familiar with the term, "lucky dog," which gives the driver of the next lapped car behind the leader to gain back a lap during a caution. This year, a new contest gives those words a whole other meaning. Starting April 26, dog-loving NASCAR(R) fans can enter their pet pooch into "THE LUCKIEST...

Word of the Day
  • Scandinavian punch made of claret and aquavit with spices and raisins and orange peel and sugar.
This word comes from the Swedish 'glogg,' which is an alteration of 'glodgat,' mulled (wine).