Win a Free Consultation With Victoria!

Download your free copy of Pet Meets Baby here!

Victoria is donating several prizes, including a free 30-minute phone consultation with one lucky grand prize winner, as part of a new sweepstakes contest being hosted by the American Humane Association to help promote Pet Meets Baby - a new book which details safe and humane ways to introduce new pets to babies or new babies to family pets.

Pet Meets Baby helps new and expectant parents and caregivers introduce their infants and children to their pets — and their pets to new infants and children — safely and confidently.  It is is packed with helpful, easy-to-follow tips on everything you need to know to:

  • Prepare your home and your pets’ environment
  • Ensure appropriate pet behavior
  • Arrange a happy and safe introductory meeting between pets and children
  • Raise kids around pets
  • Understand health and disease concerns


How To Enter:

To enter the free contest, simply complete a short survey after reading Pet Meets Baby and be eligible to win one of these great prize packages:

Prize Package – $75 value (drawings in August and September)

  • Victoria Stilwell “Positively” T-shirt
  • Signed copy of It’s Me or the Dog book
  • Autographed photo of Victoria

Deluxe Prize Package – $140 value (drawing in October)

  • Victoria Stilwell “Positively” T-shirt
  • Signed copy of It’s Me or the Dog book
  • Autographed photo of Victoria
  • It’s Me or the Dog: Season One” 4-disc DVD set

Grand Prize Package – $375 value (drawing in November)

  • Victoria Stilwell “Positively” T-shirt
  • Signed copy of It’s Me or the Dog book
  • Autographed photo of Victoria
  • Private 30-minute telephone consultation with Victoria on pet behavior and training


Enter the contest.

Read more from Victoria about dog bite prevention here.

Read the official press release about the contest here.


Official Sweepstakes Rules.

NO PURCHASE OR DONATION IS REQUIRED AND PURCHASE OR DONATION WILL NOT INCREASE THE ODDS OF WINNING. Entrants must be 18 or over and must reside in one of the 50 states of the United States or Washington, D.C. Sponsored by American Humane Association, which can be contacted at 1400 16th St. NW, Ste. 360, Washington, D.C. 20036. Void where prohibited. Sweepstakes begins July 15, 2011 and ends November 1, 2011. Odds of winning a prize will be determined by the number of eligible entries received during the entry period: between 12:00:01 p.m. Eastern Time (ET) on July 15, 2011 and 11:59:01 a.m. ET on November 1, 2011.

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6 thoughts on “Win a Free Consultation With Victoria!

  1. celeste marmo

    I have three long hair dausdunds their are good except for a few thungs
    alfie 12 years old barks at the other dogs when I let them out and he's a hunter and takes off I'm worried about his age
    angel is over weight and loves to play ball but refuses to bring it back I end up chasing the ball for her she's nine
    tinkerbell is a resue and hate and nips at anyone that comes into the house she's three possible 4


    yes we lused too live in the country for all of my life me and my fiance have 4 teen age boys and 2 boxers .they are pretty mellow animals but now we have moved too the city and now they are very a agressive now when some body knocks at the door or even walks down the steert.. we need your help so comeand visit us at 524 pine st clio,mi 48420 we would be hounoured for u to come

  3. Chelsea

    On one of her episodes she shows that you can either have two toys for the dog that won't bring the toy back or you can run away from her which makes you more fun and she will want to chase you. For the two toy training, I find that this works great, you throw the dog one toy and when she gets it you hype her up and show her the second toy. Most of the time she will run back to you see the other toy you have and drop the toy she has and wait for you to throw a toy. It sounds kind of confusing but its easy. And if you try the other way, throw the toy and once she gets it you can make noise to get her attention on you and then run. Almost all dogs will chase someone or something that is running away from them because it excites them. Good luck! Hope this helps.

  4. Penny Walker

    Hey Victoria, I love your show. My daughter and I have a 1 1/2 yr. old terrier mix. We got her when she was 12 weeks old. The problem is that she is scared of everything. She can't be left alone at all. We have tried the things I have seen on your show, and all she does is howl and scratch at the door. When we go back in her heart is beating so fast I'm afraid she will have a heart attack. She runs from anything. She is the sweetest dog I have ever seen, but so scared. It really worries me. She even runs away from people she knows and sees on a daily basis. I just don't understand why she is so scared. We care so much for her and really want to help her in every way we possibly can. I am disabled so I am with her almost 24/7. If you could give any ideas for us to try, please help. We have talked to her vet also, and she suggested we might give her a pill but it may not work and once you start it you have to keep her on it. Please help. Thank you so much

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